The OG Powerlifting Program
What do Apple, Amazon, Disney, and Starbucks have in common?
A track record of success.
Whether you like them or not, the four companies above are proven. Just reading the name gives you an image of what the company is. They are blue-chip stocks for a reason. When you order from Amazon, you know you are going to get a good price and fast shipping.
Now, I don't want to compare myself or Absolute Strength to Amazon, but when it comes to powerlifting programs, Absolute Strength has a proven track record as well.
The testimonials that have poured in over the years almost sound too good to be true.
It's not uncommon for people to add 20 or 30 pounds to their lifts in 9 weeks, running Absolute Strength. Think about it, how would it feel to bench press 30 pounds more by the end of next month?
When I was personally at my strongest, I was running Absolute Strength.
Here are some of the lifts I hit while running Absolute Strength:
Bench Press 425lbs
Keep in mind, I only weigh 160 pounds.
(That's me benching 425lbs while on vacation in South Florida)
Take the guesswork out of your training!
The biggest problem I see on a day-to-day basis is people not trusting their training programs.
How do I know this?
It's simple, if you are constantly jumping from program to program, or making little tweaks here and there, you don't have 100% confidence in what you are doing.
It's not your fault.
There is too much information available today. Every time you open up Instagram or watch a YouTube video, you have someone else trying to tell you how to train.
It's hard to know who to trust!
What if I told you, Absolute Strength has already helped hundreds of people just like you get stronger?
The cool thing about this program is it was released in 2016 so it has a proven track record of success.
It’s time to stop doing random workouts because random workouts give you random results.
In Absolute Strength, everything is laid out for you in a neat package, all you need to do is follow the plan step by step. The program takes out all the guesswork.
What is DUP?
Looking back, it's wild. Absolute Strength was way ahead of its time. Back then, all of the "powerlifting" programs/ebooks were basically just castoffs from 5/3/1. Absolute Strength was the first of its kind to implement what the best powerlifters were actually doing. Daily Undulating Periodization, higher frequency, singles, etc.
Daily Undulating Periodization, known in the lifting game simply as DUP, has made a resurgence in the lifting community in recent years.
Daily Undulating Periodization is exactly what it sounds like (surprising, huh?).
Let’s break it down:
Daily: literally we are talking about days of the week.
Undulating: undulation simply means a flowing motion, up and down in a wave-like pattern. In reference to training, it means sets and reps progressing in a nonlinear fashion.
Periodization: periodization is just a way of organizing your training. Periodization is having a training plan that goes beyond one week.
In Absolute Strength, the DUP is in reference to working multiple rep ranges throughout the training week. One day might be 9 reps, the next might be 5. This way we can work on multiple training adaptations at the same time.
How many days per week is this program?
The program is designed around training 4-6 days per week. With that being said, you could also train 3 days per week with a little adjustment which is outlined in the book.
Can you follow the program in a home gym?
As long as you have access to a barbell, a bench, and a squat rack you can follow the program. The only exercises that you “need” to do all involve a barbell. The assistance work has a lot of variabilities to work around the equipment you have available.
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