Workouts
At the Gym
Link to MyFitnessPal.com: Click Here

 

*Notes of Caution! Please Read!!: Click Here

AHA/ACSM Preparticpation Screening Questionnaire

Health Care Provider Consent Form​

Waiver and Release and Assumption of Risk​

Blank Workout Log Sheets
 

Workouts
>The following are simply templates that take into account most movement planes of motion. There are many other exercises that accomplish these planes of motion and each particpant will have individual limitations that should be accounted for when choosing exercises and loads. Almost everyone would be best served to spend some time with a nationally certified trainer to learn correct and safe exercise technique and reduce the risk of injury. Follow these programs at your own risk!
 

Weeks 1 and 2

Flexibility

15 Minute Core

Workout A

Workout B

 

 

Weeks 3 and 4

Total Core

Workout A - Free Weights

Workout B - Free Weights

Weeks 5 and 6

The 1000

The 1000 Instructions

 

 

Weeks 7 and 8

The 1000 Level II A

The 1000 Level II A Instructions

Weeks 9 through.....: Action Plan: Email Ken

​> Workouts past 8 weeks should be based on how

each client has progressed thus far and taking into account any limitations that have persisted or are chronic in nature.

 

​Other Workouts

 

Soldier of Steele Training - Mark Twight

> If the 1st day is extremely difficult for you, you're not ready for this....

The Nasty 9 - Ken Hughes

> Read Warmup page!!! This is high intensity and technique specific. If you have not been taught these exercises - do not attempt this!!

The Terminal Workout - Ken Hughes

> Most should be able to handle the exercises.

Hotel Training 10 x 2 - Ken Hughes

> Most should be able to handle the exercises.

 

 

Other Information

21 Ways to Break a Fitness Plateau

 

Email Ken: Click Here
At Home
 
Link to MyFitnessPal.com: Click Here

 

*Notes of Caution! Please Read!!: Click Here

AHA/ACSM Preparticpation Screening Questionnaire

Health Care Provider Consent Form​

Waiver and Release and Assumption of Risk​

Blank Workout Log Sheets

 

Workouts

>The following are simply templates that take into account most movement planes of motion. There are many other exercises that accomplish these planes of motion and each particpant will have individual limitations that should be accounted for when choosing exercises and loads. Almost everyone would be best served to spend some time with a nationally certified trainer to learn correct and safe exercise technique and reduce the risk of injury. Follow these programs at your own risk! 

Weeks 1 and 2

Flexibility

15 Minute Core

Tubing Workout

Workout 1 - NEW!!

Workout 2 - NEW!!

 

Weeks 3 and 4

Total Core

Workout 3 - New!!

Workout 4

Weeks 5 and 6

Total Core

Workout 5

Workout 6

 

Weeks 7 and 8

The 1000 @ Home

The 1000 @ Home Instructions

 

Weeks 9 through.....: Action Plan: Email Ken

​> Workouts past 8 weeks should be based on how

each client has progressed thus far and taking into account any limitations that have persisted or are chronic in nature.

Other Workouts 

  

Fit Before Breakfast with SolutionsInFitness I

> Take your time, pace yourself, rest when needed!

 

 

Other Information

21 Ways to Break a Fitness Plateau

 

 

Email Ken: Click Here

Sport Specific

Snow Sports:

Level 1 - Workout 1

Level 1 - Workout 2

Level 2 - Workout 3

Level 2 - Workout 4

Level 2 - Workout 5

Level 3 - Workout 6

Level 3 - Workout 7

Level 3 - Workout 8

 

Golf

Level 1 - Front 9 - Workout 1

Level 1 - Front 9 - Workout 2

Level 2 - Back 9 - Workout 3

Level 2 - Back 9 - Workout 4

Level 3 - Clubhouse - Workout 5

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