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Custom Workout Template - Two Options Available

  • 12-week customized training plan
  • Program delivered as Excel document
  • Explanation document delivered as Word document
  • Q&A with trainer via whats’app messaging about training plan
  • Once weekly communication with trainer
  • Monthly adjustments of program

$150 per month – for 3 months

  • 12-week customized training plan
  • Program delivered as Excel document
  • Explanation document delivered as Word document
  • Q&A with trainer via whats’app messaging about training plan

$100 per month – for 3 months

What to expect from our workout template plans:

Highlights:​

  • Workout plan customized to you-a plan customized to you is the best plan to help you reach your goals
  • Nutritional guidance-including calories, macros, meal timing, food suggestions, etc.
  • Weekly/Monthly review and adjustment of program-each week/month we’ll review your workouts and make adjustments as needed
  • 24/7 access to us via the what’s app message system-send us a message at any time

Do understand that if you are unfamiliar with exercise, significantly overweight, or have another aggravating condition such as an injury, the workout template may not be the best option for you—one of our full training one-on-one programs would be better. That said, you can still purchase the workout template.

Workout templates can be created for any training environment, meaning you can train at home, the gym, an apartment gym, outside, or anywhere. You let us know where you plan to work out and we’ll create a plan that works.

The program will be built according to your skill level, among other factors. Why is this important? This helps determine: 

  • Frequency of training (number of sessions per week)
  • Length of sessions (time spent during a single session)
  • Time between sessions (number of rest days between workouts)
  • Total rest days per week
  • Type of exercises included
  • Volume (exercises x sets x reps)
  • Rest intervals (how long you rest between sets/exercise)
  • Load used (weight used on specific exercises)
  • Type of progressions (which variable changes over time)
  • Rate of progression (the pace at which intensity increases)