What is the 6 Week ACTIVE Program?

ACTIVE

ACTIVE is for those who want the freedom to exercise on their own terms, without any equipment. This program is designed to enhance your energy levels, improve muscular endurance and build positive nutrition and training habits to carry into a fitter future.

What is included with ACTIVE Zero Equipment?

ACTIVE Zero Equipment includes three 2-week training blocks incorporating a variety of circuit-styled workouts. Each week you will be challenged to six workouts that push your upper-body and lower-body strength with or without equipment.

Each weekly split includes a combination of the following resistance sessions:

  • Full Body HIIT
  • Lower Body HIIT
  • Glute-focused circuits
  • Core-focused circuits

The first training block includes shorter working periods and a rest period of 60-seconds between sets. For weeks 1 and 2, there are also two 5-minute core circuit finishers which increase to three sessions in weeks 5 and 6.

From the second training block, additional movements are introduced into the workouts creating a longer circuit and an increase in working periods.

During the third and final training block, the number of sets and the working period is increased again to build your fitness, and recovery response time.

ACTIVE Zero Equipment includes one scheduled rest day each week to allow your body to recover from the intensity of the workouts and stressors on your joints. You will also receive customised Meal Guides that cater for your personal goals and dietary preferences. You can enjoy all training and nutrition features of this Program for 6 months.

What equipment will you need for ACTIVE Zero Equipment?

ACTIVE includes both no equipment and minimal equipment options. For the no-equipment workouts, you don't need anything but yourself, a yoga mat for comfort, and a sturdy elevated surface for movements such as hip thrusts.

For the minimal equipment workouts, you'll require:

  • A set of dumbbells (ideally two sets, one lighter for upper body, and a heavier set for lower body)
  • A skipping rope
  • Booty bands
  • Ankle weights
  • An exercise ball
  • A yoga mat
  • A bench or sturdy piece of furniture


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