We’re releasing new and improved versions of the 3 & 4 day Off-Season Programs!
If you are currently using a 3 or 4 day Off-Season program, we recommend switching to the updated versions once released! We will eventually sunset the current programs.
How will these programs differ from the existing 3 & 4 Day Off Season?
- Detailed warm ups living IN the workout
- More advanced strength cycles with primary lifts and an updated approach to worksets
- Suggested time domains per section - assisting athletes with time management
- Updated and expanded pre, mid, and post testing
- New and expanded power and plyometric progressions
Tell me more about these updates?
Warm-ups appear baked into the Workout:
Suggested time domains per section/exercise:
New & Expanded power, plyometric, unilateral and stability movements:
New plyometric progressions, such as the Snap Down:
Expanded Unilateral work, such as the Kneeling single arm dumbbell strict press:
Added stability movements, such as the Dead Bug:
How does the 3-Day differ from the 4-Day Off-Season program?
They don’t! These programs include the exact same workouts, and the same number of sessions. The 3-Day version will take longer (in weeks) to get through than the 4-Day. In choosing your program, choose based on the number of days your athletes are able to dedicate to a weight training session per week. If limited to less than 3 or 4 days per week, check out the 2 Day Off-Season Weight Training Program.
When will these new programs be available?
Release Date: May 10th!