Strength Barbarian is a complete 6-week strength-training program designed for the sole purpose of increasing the amount of weight you can lift in the squat, bench press and deadlift.
As a rough guide, you can expect to gain around 10% on your squat, deadlift and bench press in the next six weeks. In terms of weight, a 10% jump means adding 10, 20 maybe even 30 pounds or more to each of your big 3 lifts *. That’s not bad for six weeks of training.
Here’s what you get:
1. The Strength Barbarian Manual
The program is laid out in detail – exercises, weights, sets, and reps – so you’ll know exactly what to do when you get to the gym. The manual is short (19 pages), and there’s no padding or waffle, so you can read it in a single sitting and get started on the program straight away.
2. The Strength Barbarian Spreadsheet
The Strength Barbarian spreadsheet shows you exactly how much weight to lift in every set of the bench press, squat and deadlift for the entire 6-week program.
3. Email Support
If you need help with any aspect of Strength Barbarian, just email me your questions and I’ll reply to you personally. There are no limits on the number of questions you can ask, nor has this been outsourced to someone pretending to be me. You send me an email, it comes straight through to my personal inbox, and I answer it myself.
Is Strength Barbarian right for you?
Here are the boxes you need to tick in order to qualify for the program.
1. Strength Barbarian isn’t for beginners, and you’ll need at least a year of solid, consistent training behind you before attempting this program.
2. You’ll need discipline. Not just in terms of your ability to stick to the program, but also not to throw in a bunch of extra stuff – metabolic resistance training, PHA circuits, HIIT or whatever else – at the end of your workout, or on your off days.
3. This is not a fat loss program. If your main goal right now is to get lean, Strength Barbarian is not for you.
4. The Strength Barbarian training manual is a short 19-page read. Most of the manual centers on how to actually DO the program. If you want lots of training theory, anatomy charts, comparisons of periodization models and so on, you’ll need to look elsewhere.
5. Strength Barbarian involves training three days a week, on alternate days (i.e. Monday, Wednesday & Friday), for about 60-75 minutes each time. If that doesn’t fit your schedule, the program is not for you.
6. In terms of equipment, you’ll need a bench, a barbell, and a squat/power rack. There are also some optional accessory exercises that require a couple of adjustable dumbbells.
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60 Day “Get Stronger Or It’s Free” Guarantee
Use Strength Barbarian, exactly as laid out in the manual and spreadsheet, three days a week for the next six weeks. If the program doesn’t deliver strength gains of at least 10% in the bench press, squat and deadlift, then just let me know via e-mail or Facebook and you’ll receive a full, prompt and courteous refund. No objections. No questions. No delays.
NOTE: Strength Barbarian is a digital product. As soon as your payment is accepted, you will be transferred to a special page where you can download everything you need.
* The research on which Strength Barbarian is based was done on advanced lifters who’d been training for at least five years, could squat and deadlift at least twice their bodyweight, and bench press at least 1.25 times their bodyweight. They gained between 8 and 10% on their squat, bench press and deadlift after six weeks of training. I can’t tell you exactly how fast you’ll gain strength, because I’d be guessing, but those numbers give you a rough idea what to expect.