A longer, 10-day training program to build maximum muscle.
Keep a Training Record
A training record saves time, lets you train more efficiently, and shows your progress. And if you take some time off, it lets you know where you left off.
A Short, 7-Day Workout Plan
A short series of exercises in the morning can be very effective at changing body composition. This plan has two phases. It spans 7 days, which makes it easy to schedule the exercises around your other activities.
A strategy to avoid the overtraining syndrome: Train for 3 weeks in a row, then take a week off!
2009 Workout Plan
A balanced exercise program that keeps you fit and looking good, suitable for long-term use.
2008 Workout Plan
A “mid-winter” exercise program developed in the San Francisco bay area (which counts as late spring or early fall, anywhere else).
2007 Workout Plan
A “easy” exercise program focusing on losing weight.
Your Body NEEDS Weight Training
Weight training, or any of it’s resistance-training cousins, is vital for maintaining bone mass, in addition to building muscle. And now that we know “sitting is the new smoking”, we know that you need some kind of resistance training to keep your muscles in shape, which means you not only look good, you want to be active — because a well-toned muscle is just itching to be doing something. So weight training in some form is something that you must build into your routine.
2-3-5, 7-11 Weight Training Program
The right kind of weight training can grow muscle in very little time. The 2-3-5, 7-11 program gives you maximum benefit in as little as 20 minutes every 7 to 10 days.