Welcome to my Core Training Guidebook, a 12 week, 6 phase training program to help you build a cast iron core. Whether the goal is aesthetic, improving sports performance, managing back pain, or simply being the best version of yourself – core training is (quite literally) at the centre of everything that you do. For £17.99 you get the full 6 phase program over 77 pages of explanation and demonstration. The guidebook is formatted for mobile device and exists as a downloadable PDF with embedded video links. The file is compatible with all devices, but saving it into iBooks makes it look extra special!
Why did I write this?
The purpose of this plan is to allow anyone and everyone to benefit from a properly structured and progressive core training program, built on the exact same principles that I use with my private clients, whether they’re professional athletes, Holywood A-listers or simply someone aiming to be the best version of themselves.
Each phase trains the core through all three biomehanical planes, and every phase builds upon the last in terms of the complexity of the movement, the skill level required, and the challenge it will place on your core.
Who is it for?
Everyone! This isn’t your standard six pack program, it’s a structured and progressive system to create strength and stability through your mid section. Whether your goals are training for sports, aesthetics, or simply general health, a strong, stable, and healthy core is the foundation upon which all other movement is built.
This plan has been written primarily for individuals to follow themselves, fitness consumers if you like. However, this will also be a useful reference tool for trainers and other fitness professionals looking for ideas on how to structure and build core training for their clients or class attendees.
What do I need before I start?
The first three phases of this program all you need is yourself, however, this plan has been put together to help you reach your full potential. The final three phases of the plan take you through learning some advanced movements that require a resistance band and a kettlebell.