PROGRAM 4 PUGILISTS
STRENGTH | PUNCHING POWER | CONDITIONING
30 MINUTES EXERCISES TO GET YOU IN TOP FIGHT SHAPE
(SPECIAL DISCOUNT FOR POWERDOJO KYOUDAI ONLY)
Each phase takes the 3 principles above and puts them into an easy, step-by-step format so you don’t have to have a science degree to understand or benefit from it – the science is built-in.
Because each phase is built to complement the other, you can continue to make gains by simply alternating each phase of training, taking your power and conditioning to new heights each and every phase you complete.
P4P Phase 1
In Phase I, you’ll be building your general strength with boxing specific exercises that train the rotational plane as well as the best general strength builders.
Your conditioning is focused on building your Aerobic base while introducing some explosive movements to train your Alactic energy system as well.
You’ll perform specific workouts and interval training protocols to maximize your gains while minimizing your soreness and fatigue.
Most programs just beat you into the ground and leave you tired and spent, unable to get the most out of your boxing training – this won’t happen to you on the Program for Pugilists as I understand that S&C is meant to complement your boxing training, not detract from it.
P4P Phase 2
Phase II is where you peak your power endurance through my specific NRG System Complexes, while maintaining the strength you’ve built so you don’t start from the bottom after your fight.
You’ll discover how to taper your training so that you’ve got loads of energy for the intense training and sparring that happens before a fight.
Speaking of which, it doesn’t matter if your fight is 4, 6, 8, or 12 weeks away – I’ll tell you exactly what exercises to do , how many reps, how much rest and guide you through everything as if you were training with me in the gym.
And if you don’t fight, all you’ve got to do is perform each of the 2 phases for 4 weeks each, taking a week off after Phase II and repeat the cycle to continue making gains.
And as a powerDOJO Kyoudai, you're getting Program for Pugilists for 54% off, which means today you're paying just $19.95 .
And as always, you're backed by my
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Easy to Follow
I strive to make everything as simple as possible and give you step-by-step instructions, so the only thing left for you to do is get started.
From the manual to the website to the videos, you’ll be blown away by the quality and attention to detail of everything you get.
Results Beyond What’s Promised
Follow the program as outlined and in just 8 weeks from now, if you’re not ecstatic about the boost in your power and conditioning, shoot me an email and you’ll get all of your money-back.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Program 4 Pugilists (P4P) is a strength and conditioning program designed specifically for competitive and recreational boxers. It includes 2 phases of training based on the concept of Periodization, which allows you to cycle through the 2 phases to continually make gains.
You can expect greater power and improved conditioning after going through the 2 phases of training. You can also expect decreased soreness compared to other forms of training and more energy for your boxing classes.
Each phase includes 3 days of training, where one of the days is a lighter intensity day and the other two days are higher intensity, leaving you with more than enough energy for your boxing training. Each workout will take you anywhere from 30 to 60 minutes to do.
To follow the program exactly as outlined, you need the following equipment: barbell, dumbbells, cables, a medicine ball and a kettlebell. However, the medicine ball can be substituted with resistance bands and a dumbbell can be used instead of the kettlebell.
Program 4 Pugilists Downloads
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