1. LEVEL UP™ TRAINING is a systematic way to train, focusing on a specific topic every month.
(This is a plan for those who have completed Month 1)
Flexibility, Stability, Strength, Endurance, Hypertrophy, Speed, Power, Agility, Balance, Coordination, Reaction Time, Level Up Test.
The topic of Month 2 is STABILITY:
Or more specifically, joint stability. I know, I know it sounds super boring. But it’s not. It’s a huge, huge deal, and we can’t get into strength next month unless you have stable joints or you’re going to hurt yourself. So what is joint stability? Joint Stability is defined as: the ability to maintain or control joint movement or position. Instability occurs when the tissues, ligaments, and muscles surrounding a joint are weak, torn, overstretched, or otherwise stressed. It basically means your joints don’t go all wonky when you move because you’re so weak you can’t control the movement. This is a HUGE DEAL and joint instability is INCREDIBLY common.
This plan includes a home friendly and a gym (advanced) version, demo video exercises & fillable PDF to track progress!
For the home friendly version you will need: dumbbells, a kettlebell (optional), TRX, jump rope, superband, floor slides (or towel), medicine ball.
2. LEVEL UP™ MINDSET is a strategic month by month plan to level up your mindset
L.E.T.S.G.R.O.W.B.A.B.Y. = monthly topics: Listen, Environment, Time, Subconscious, Gratitude, Relationships, Organization, Work, Belief, Ask, Boundaries, Yield.
The topic of Month 2 is ENVIRONMENT (PEOPLE - PLACES - MEDIA - INTERNAL ENVIRONMENT):
I realized I had people in my life who possessed the qualities I would want in my circle of influence, but I wasn’t prioritizing those relationships. So I began doing that. I also began bringing the greatest minds I could think of into my life regularly through books, podcasts, YouTube and social media. I figured if I made minds like Napoleon Hill, Dale Carnegie, Jim Rohn, Wayne Dyer, Tony Robbins and James Allen the people I spent the most time with - even virtually - I would become more like them. I decided if I spent enough time immersing myself in how they thought, eventually that would become how I thought, too. And it worked...
The plan includes weekly challenges!