Developed by Critical Bench Head Strength Coach, Chris Wilson, RKC, CPT, the Body-Weight BEAST program is designed to get you shredded in just 30 days.
We’ve made it short, simple and focused on one thing and one thing only: developing a strong foundation that allows you to pack on more muscle and strip away body fat.
10 BEST Body Weight Exercises of All-Time (plus 5 Bonus moves)
Body-Weight BEAST Challenge Workout
Dear Friend, If you want a break from heavy lifting that won’t compromise your hard-won gains…
If you’re simply looking to gain a physical advantage with a workout that’ll leave you chiseled without the drudgery of hauling weights…
Or if you’re turned off by the gym either because you travel a lot or want to workout from home to save time and have some privacy….
… continue reading because this is going to be the most important message you read today… and it could even extend your life.
But first let me introduce myself…
THE FOUR STRENGTH TYPES YOU NEED TO MASTER…
TO FORGE THE PHYSIQUE OF AN
ANCIENT GREEK WARRIOR
Explosive Strength refers to your ability to direct force as rapidly as possible. Put simply, this is the measure of how quickly your body can move from one point to another. While Explosive Strength is used for maximum effort lifts, it can be used to generate enormous power with bodyweight movements.
This is the force you can generate for an extended period of time. It’s measured by your ability to remain strong for as long as possible without succumbing to fatigue. There are two kinds of Strength Endurance: a) Dynamic, which is your ability to endure sustained repetitive movements, and b) Static, which is your ability to hold a posture for any length of time. Proficiency in both kinds demonstrates “true strength”.
When you suffer from a lack of Stabilization Strength, your core is out of balance. You cannot generate proper force through your body, compromising your joint mechanics and eventually causing injury. Without focusing on developing Stabilization Strength, your body will suffer from more and more joint injuries, secondary and transferred pain, potentially leaving you in pain.
As mentioned above, Relative Strength is the “forgotten” measure of strength. In sport, relative strength—or how strong you are in relation to your bodyweight— is an important, but occasionally overlooked, factor. A poor strength-to-weight ratio impacts on your ability to use your Explosive Strength and Strength Endurance.