Exercise, health, and wellness are personal. Everybody has different goals and aspirations with different paths to success. What works for someone else may not work for you, and following a one-size-fits-all approach may hinder your progress or expose you to injury. That is why I created my custom six-week exercise program. After a detailed health, wellness, and goals survey, I custom design a workout routine just for YOU!
You will notice, we have given the program design template a facelift! Please feel free to share any feedback with us regarding the new template. I really hope you like it! You will see a section on ‘Program Guidelines’ at the beginning of the guide. Please read over that information and I encourage you to follow the recommended guidelines for taking your body circumference measurements, scale weight, and my recommendations on how to increase your weights throughout the program. The guide also contains a weekly check sheet in the back, so it’s easier for you to keep up with what week you’re on.
Here is a week by week breakdown of how I recommend you to progress through the 6-week cycle:
- Week 1(Introduction week)- Establish starting weights and get familiar with the exercises.
- Week 2 through Week 4-Increase weights weekly using my recommendations in the front of the program design guide. You don’t have to go up much, just be sure you are challenging yourself!
- Week 5: Send me pictures of your program via email (please make sure pictures are clear so I can see your notes, weights, etc). Please share any feedback/comments you may have on your current routine.
***Go to the website and purchase your new program at least a week in advance. It will take me 5 business days to prepare your next routine.
- Week 6: Finish your final week of the program, weights should be the most challenging on this week!
Before you start your next routine, please re-take your measurements/scale weight to see if you made any progress. If you are an online client it is critical for you to do this step because it’s one of the only tools we can use to measure your progress.
Please let me know if you have any questions!
Thanks for reading,