Stands for “On The Minute”. A workout where you perform a specific task at the start of every minute for a set amount of time. These workouts remove the thinking; the clock decides when you’ll be working. Every minute you’ll also be able to see if you’ve done the prescribed work at a faster or slower pace. EMOM workouts are very effective to have you dropping stubborn body fat in no time.
A routine with intervals of work and rest. The work/rest style allows you enough time for recovery, so you are able to hit the next set hard. Rinse and repeat. Many times people go too hard, too soon, and burn themselves out from the start. Each of these workouts has the perfect sweet spot allowing you to maintain consistency or even improve round-to-round. This does wonders for your sense of accomplishment.
A big dose of pure functional fitness. On these days you will complete 2-3 “mini” high output workouts with a built in rest in between each one. These “mini” workouts are done at a pace and frequency that challenges you hard enough to get some serious bang for your buck.
These workouts are long, slow, grind-like efforts. This type of workout will involve carries, static holds, odd objects, awkward movements, and more. They’re also a great way to develop functional and primal strength. Time to get to work.
This aerobic programming is designed to be smooth and varied with very simple movements and cardio equipment. The intent here is to develop better control of breathing, improved lung capacity, and physical recovery. These workouts will be done at a bit of a slower pace, allowing you to focus on the quality of your movement and develop a stronger mind-body connection.
These interval style workouts are thought provoking, high intensity efforts. This type of workout rewards you with LESS work overall by completing the task faster. You will have a certain amount of work to complete with a buy-in at set times. There is some strategy involved which makes these fun and challenging.