Who are you, and what do you want to do? Those are the first questions I ask someone when they come to me for training advice or help. It’s not enough to know what you want to achieve, it’s just as important to know where you’re starting from and what your history is.
You’re strong, but you want to get absurdly strong.
Off The Floor is my program designed for you. Ostensibly, it’s “just” a deadlift program. But the deadlift, as true King of All Lifts, is in fact such an overall strength builder that once conquered you have very little other work to do to be just plain strong. Entire muscular physiques have been built with a big deadlift as the foundation, to say nothing of the strongman and powerlifting competitors who hang their hat on the lift. This book covers all the deadlifts from the common competition lifts to the forgotten deadlifts of the old time strongmen and integrates it all with my biofeedback training system that ensures you’re always making progress and never stuck or moving backwards.
You’re not strong yet, but you want to be.
There are actually several people that Get Stronger Faster is perfectly situated for. This was designed to be my “all around” strength training program. It’s equally suited to you if you’re just getting started strength training, or if you’ve been training for a while and you’re either not seeing the results you expected or you’re becoming frustrated with getting hurt or running into roadblocks. Using biofeedback to guide your training represents a fundamental shift in approaching training, and it’s a game changer. I’ve traveled all over the world teaching this method, and you can get it right here laid out for you in a simple package.
You’re strong, but your conditioning or resiliency is lacking.
The Dellanavich Kettlebell Regime: Ballistic is one of my favorite creations. In fact, one of my clients, the owner of a training facility in Minnesota, recently said: “the Dellanavich KB program might be the most value for my dollar I have ever spent in my career.” High praise! This is what I call a stacker program, which is something that you can add on to any existing program without interfering or causing problems with recovery. It’s a surprisingly simple, brutally effective, and not for the faint-of-heart way to train ballistic kettlebell movements such as the snatch or clean. This is a killer way to improve both your overall conditioning level and work capacity as well as improve how your body handles insults and stressors. One thing though – this isn’t for beginners. You should already be competent and confident with basic kettlebell movements.