BGN – ADV: TRX Muscle & Size Stack
Do you want a stack to learn how to maximise your potential to build muscle and size with a TRX?
*10+ months of Progressive TRX Workout Plan.* Learn the foundations to TRX muscle-centric exercise over an 8 week workout plan. Then begin to build muscle through high volume and antagonistic muscle pairings over another 8 week plan. Then push your body’s limits to maximise muscle growth through high intensity TRX training with a 16-22 week plan. Stack includes:
This product comprises of 3 downloadable PDF documents equaling over 200+ pages of TRX fitness. Once purchased, a download link will be emailed to you and the product will be available in ‘my account’.
BGN – ADV: TRX Muscle & Size Stack
Look inside the TRX Program and view some of the guided workout videos.
*Every single exercise used is also linked separately within the ‘Video Glossary Section’ of the program
This a downloadable PDF product
This purchase is NOT for a physical copy of the program, it is a downloadble PDF. A link will be sent to your email and one will be available in the ‘my account’ section of this website. I recommend downloading the file immediately and then saving the PDF to your desktop or phone. If you’ve purchased a program – awesome! You’re on your way to TRX Fitness Freedom:
- Download the program from the email or your dashboard. Don’t worry if you miss the email, just email me email@example.com and I’ll send you another
- This program is not available in a hard copy but you can always print it out if needed
I don't want to be bulky. Is this program right for me?
This Program is designed to build muscle and thus size. However, exercise is just the spark to muscle building, your nutrition intake is the fuel. Thus, depending on how you eat will depend on how big / bulky you get. If you follow my point 1 recommendation in the Program you will develop a well rounded aesthetic physique and will not appear too bulky. If you follow my point 2 recommendation you will maximise muscle and strength gain potential but also some element of fat gain and thus will appear bigger and more bulky. You will fill out a T-shirt better, so to speak, if that is your goal.
Can I build muscles with this program?
Yes, if you follow the program executing the exercises with correct form focusing on contracting the primary muscle you will build muscle. However, there are a number of other factors at play here which will affect this such as your nutrition, genetic potential and general health.
Where can this program be performed?
All this program requires is a TRX with a door or hook to hang it from and approx 2m2 space of floor room with twice your height head room.
I have used this program across several countries performing the exercises in hotels, hostels, beaches, jungles, roof-tops, parks, at home, in a garden, on a balcony and on a building site. I believe the question is not where can it be performed? But where do you want to perform it? The world is your oyster and this program your Fitness Freedom.
Do I need to do a warm up / cool-down before and after each workout?
Yes, this is very important for safety and injury prevention but also to allow you to gain the maximum results from the program by preparing your body. It is essential to warm up the entire body before beginning either the upper or lower day. I have included a warm-up and cool-down recommendation at the beginning of the plan but you may follow your own if you already have one and feel comfortable with it.
I'm struggling with X exercise what should I do?
First up, refer to the TRX video exercise glossary within this program to double check you have the technique correct. Secondly, reach out to the Facebook TRX Fitness Freedom Support Group so I / people can recommend an alternative substitute exercise or I will help correct your technique to you are able to perform the movement.
How do I know if I am progressing?
Progression in fitness with regards to all aspects takes time. If you can master patience within this industry you will go far and achieve whatever fitness goal you want to. Taking physique progress photos every 3-4 weeks and comparing them side-by-side is a good way to detect visual differences that you simply wouldn’t notice in the mirror. But ultimately, because of the relationship between strength gain and muscle / body transformation gain, the main metric I want you to use for tracking your progress is strength. If you are feeling stronger and finding the exercises more comfortable and managing to follow the increasing overload progression each week then YOU ARE progressing overall.
Keep a log book of how exercises feel or print this program out and scribble at the side of the plan what you found difficult or easy each day to reflect back on. Taking body measurements a few times a year can also be helpful (arms, thighs, waist, neck). Weighing yourself each day and then dividing the total by 7 to get your weekly average is a good way to monitor your weight if losing or gaining is your goal. Overall focusing on steady strength progression will be your best proxy for determining transformational progress.
I'm finding the exercises too hard, I can't hit the reps specified. What should I do?
You can decrease the effort and intensity of the exercise by changing your body and feet position in relation to the TRX. I would first encourage you to play with this to create more of a comfortable angle and thus placing less intensity on your muscles and less overall effort. Refer to the demonstration videos in the glossary section for examples of this for each exercise. If you are still finding the effort too much after experimenting with feet and body position – perform the exercise to as many reps as you can and record the number within the plan boxes (reps 1,2,3,4) to refer back to each week to try and advance.
These programs are not intended to be an all inclusive TRX training courses. I developed the programs as a tool and structure for people to achieve a level of fitness within strength, physique and all round functional fitness without the need of a gym, anywhere.
That being said there is still a lot (100+ pages worth to be exact) of exercise resources, key anatomy points when performing movements, a glossary of video demonstration links and a section explaining the specific programming principles at play (volume, intensity, frequency, etc.) Which I believe many people within the levels of beginner to intermediate would find highly beneficial.
Disclaimer: Adam Atkinson, TRX Traveller is not a doctor or registered dietitian. The contents of this document should not be taken as medical advice. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any health problem - nor is it intended to replace the advice of a physician. Always consult your physician or qualified health professional on any matters regarding your health. Use of the information in this program is strictly at your own risk. Adam Atkinson will not assume any liability for any direct or indirect losses or damages that may result including, but not limited to, economic loss, injury, illness or death.
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