Crazy 8s Program Membership

Training Phase: Metabolic
Training Frequency: 4x / Week
Muscle Frequency: 2x/Week
Includes Supersets
Nutrition Calculator Included

Get ready for a skin-splitting pump!

This program can be used to increase your muscle cells’ ability to store glycogen (carbohydrates) making your muscles look fuller and harder. It will also help you improve your ability to recover between sets which will allow you to handle denser training (more work done in less time) in other phases.

The stimulus this program provides helps to increase your muscles’ ability to soak up glucose, making it less likely to be stored as fat. That makes it a great tool for improving body composition whether your goal is fat loss or muscle gain.

When done properly this workout creates minimal muscle damage or oxidative stress, this means you can train more frequently and have to worry less about delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) inhibiting your ability to perform in each workout.

For those familiar with the different training stimuli, this is a metabolic workout focusing on an AMPK / local lactic stimulus to increase nutrient partitioning and improving body composition.

You don’t need a new membership for each program you wish to do!

When you sign up for a program membership, you are not limited to just that program. As long as you are a member you’ll have the ability to switch to other programs as-needed.

Mobile Friendly

Workouts are mobile-friendly and formatted to easily reference your workouts while at the gym.

Workout Log

Log your workouts as you go. Refer back to them to plan your next workout or assess training progress.

Exercise Videos

Exercise setup, execution, and videos are all build right in to your workout in a quick reference format.

For You If
You want to increase muscle size quickly
You enjoy skin-splitting pumps
You're ready to eat a ton of carbs and shove it straight into your muscles
You want to improve your muscles' glycogen storage capacity for high intensity work
You're a more advanced athlete looking to lose fat
Not For You If
You have just finished a very metabolic training program
You are not open to eating a sufficient amount of carbohydrates (not for ketogenic dieting)
You only have DBs and BBs to work with
You are not able to super set exercises

Workout Program Schedule

DayWorkout
1 Quads / Chest / Delts / Biceps
2 Upper Back / Calves / Triceps / Hamstrings / Lats
3 OFF DAY
4 Delts / Biceps / Quads / Chest
5 Hamstrings / Lats / Calves / Triceps / Upper Back
6 OFF DAY
7 OFF DAY
8 Quads / Chest / Delts / Biceps
9 Upper Back / Calves / Triceps / Hamstrings / Lats
10 OFF DAY
11 Delts / Biceps / Quads / Chest
12 Hamstrings / Lats / Calves / Triceps / Upper Back
13 OFF DAY
14 OFF DAY
DayWorkout
15 Quads / Chest / Delts / Biceps
16 Upper Back / Calves / Triceps / Hamstrings / Lats
17 OFF DAY
18 Delts / Biceps / Quads / Chest
19 Hamstrings / Lats / Calves / Triceps / Upper Back
20 OFF DAY
21 OFF DAY
22 Quads / Chest / Delts / Biceps
23 Upper Back / Calves / Triceps / Hamstrings / Lats
24 OFF DAY
25 Delts / Biceps / Quads / Chest
26 Hamstrings / Lats / Calves / Triceps / Upper Back
27 OFF DAY
28 OFF DAY
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Same Muscle Super Sets

By choosing different resistance profiles we can work at a higher average intensity than if we were to do the same total number of sets of a single exercise.

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Training Method: Incomplete Rest

By utilizing shorter rest periods to prevent complete rest, we can increase nutrient partitioning and fat oxidation with minimal mechanical damage or oxidative stress. This means quicker recovery and higher training frequency to promote faster progress in body composition.

You don’t need a new membership for each program you wish to do!

When you sign up for a program membership, you are not limited to just that program. As long as you are a member you’ll have the ability to switch to other programs as-needed.

All program include a specific nutrition calculator along with the options to choose
– Your individual goal (some programs can be used for multiple)
– How many days per week you plan to train
– How well you handle carbohydrates
– If you require higher or lower total calories
– Instructions for selecting and adjusting variables