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Hey guys I don’t have a ton of time today as I got home late last night from Boston and I have to work early and all day for my dad out of town, so this is going to be a quick one.
I just wanted to remind you all that the Show and Go Training System introductory $50 off sale ends tomorrow, so if you want one at the lowest possible price you should act fast!
A lot of you have contacted me about whether I think this program would be right for you, and I know a lot of people have contacted EC as well asking the same thing. I happen to know this because I was at CP on Tuesday and I saw him answering a lot of questions!
Anyway to those of you unsure if this product is for you or not, here are some answers for many of the frequently asked questions Eric and I have received, straight from EC himself.
Question #1 – Can you give us a little idea of what this product is about?
Sure thing. It’s call Show and Go: High Performance Training to Look, Feel and Move Better. I hesitate to call this a book, as it’s more of a “resource.” Plus, it’s completely online.
In addition to the main manual – which features some background on the program, how it works, how to interpret the exercise recommendations, plus some frequently asked questions – we have four separate 4-week programs for a total of 16 weeks of training. Taking it a step further, we have a password protected online database of over 175 exercises videoed – basically, everything in the program.
The program themselves are already inserted into the exact training templates we use with our clients at Cressey Performance, so people can just print them out and record everything they do during each session. There are 4x/week and 3x/week training options – and a 2x/week training options available as one of the bonuses (ideal for in-season athletes and endurance athletes). Within each of the 3x/week and 4x/week programs, there are five different supplemental metabolic conditioning options from which people can choose to help individualize the program to their goals. Each phase has a unique full mobility warm-up.
In the main manual, there is an entire chapter (and corresponding video library) on exercise modifications for those who have limited equipment access (e.g., no squat rack or cables) and those who may have mobility issues that prevent them from performing a specific exercise (e.g., squatting deep).
Question #2 – How is it different from the other training products out there now?
Most products are written with a specific market – trainers, females, fat loss, or something else – in mind. In the marketing world, they tell you to not try to be everything to everyone. Well, I’m not a good marketer – so I decided to make this resource extremely versatile and a good fit for a LOT of people.
The reason is that there are a lot of things in a comprehensive strength and conditioning program that everybody needs to utilize. From the minutia to the big picture, I could go on all day: foam rolling, mobility warm-ups, single-leg training, more horizontal pulling, fluctuation of training stress, sufficient deloading periods, extra posterior chain work, a balance of open- and closed-chain upper body pressing, glute activation, rotator cuff strength – the list goes on and on.
So, I guess you can say that the #1 thing that is different about this product is that there are easy- to-apply modifications in it that make it a versatile resource that offers something for everyone. From the 2x/3x/4x per week training options to the supplement conditioning options, there are ways to make it the right fit for YOU.
And, the guy who created it is also extremely good looking, charming, witty, and charismatic!
Question #3 – Will I get fast results with this program or is more for long-term gains?
You’ll see some excellent improvements in body composition and performance in the 16 weeks, no doubt. However, I think a key benefit that will be overlooked is that you’ll learn a lot about programming along the way, pick up a ton of new exercises you can use for the long haul, and get an appreciation for how to “tinker” with things for different goals.
Hopefully that clears up some questions or concerns some of you may have had, but please feel free to contact me if you have any more questions. As I said before I give Show and Go Training my highest recommendation. If you haven’t picked up your copy yet you can grab it right here.
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