- Athletic Development
What is Criminal Bodybuilding?
Criminal Bodybuilding is a radical departure from the average gym-rat’s perception of the efforts necessary to become muscular, strong, and athletic.
In the fitness world of today, there are many misconceptions regarding how to train for the results you desire, especially when it comes to enhancing performance and improving your physique. The evidence is all around you; take a look around in any commercial gym, and you will see just how misguided most individuals are as they toil away, day-in and day-out, without any results to show for their efforts.
Criminal Bodybuilding is your chance to break away from the misguided masses and become empowered with the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve exceptional levels of fitness and performance. Criminal Bodybuilding will allow you to experience the best of both worlds. The program will prove to you that training for athleticism can also bring you closer to your physique-related goals; in other words, Criminal Bodybuilding will enable you to look like a bodybuilder and perform like an athlete.
So who is the program for?
Criminal Bodybuilding is all about training with athleticism in mind and building the body you want along the way. If you have no interest in achieving the performance to back up the looks, though, then this program is not for you. Criminal Bodybuilding is for those who like to train with intensity and purpose, and for those who only know how to work hard.
In this program, you will train like an athlete. That means there will be little purpose for machines or excessive isolation exercises. Monday will no longer be universally known as “chest day.” Though this may be discouraging for some, the fact that you are still reading this means that you must find the Criminal Bodybuilding mindset to be a refreshing departure from the nonsense that pervades the commercial gyms of today.
So, if you have goals pertaining to both aesthetics and athleticism, and are willing to put the time and effort in to achieve those goals, then Criminal Bodybuilding is for you. Read on to find out more about what the program entails.
Criminal Bodybuilding Program Details:
- 12-Week Supervised Training Program: Participants will receive hand-on coaching throughout the entire 12-week program to ensure optimal progress and safety
- Personal Functional Movement Screening (FMS): The FMS identifies your weakest links related to movement; cleaning up any dysfunctional patterns will keep you healthy and allow you to train to the fullest potential
- 3-month Membership to the Sideline XPS Network: XPS is a cutting edge training software that allows unparalleled levels of training program data collection
- Performance-based Nutrition: Learn how to eat properly for optimal results
Criminal Bodybuilding is set to kick off the week of November 29th. Sessions will be held 4x/week with an optional 5th: Mon, Tues, Thurs @ 8PM; and Fri @ 6PM or Sat @ 1PM.
All sessions will be held at the TEAMWORKSFitness training facility at 30 Great Rd, Acton, MA 01720.
Program Pricing: $699
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Sound like exactly what you are looking for? Come experience the training approach that program creator Michael Craven utilized to prepare for and be competitive in both natural bodybuilding and Olympic Weightlifting. Register now and secure your spot in the Criminal Bodybuilding program this winter.
To Register for Criminal Bodybuilding or for additional questions, email Mike at email@example.com
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