Restore: The Bodyweight Strength Program Get Strong – Move RightStart HERE! STEP #1 – Resources and Equipment STEP #2 – What Are the Movements We Will Focus On? STEP #3 – Important Training Principles Full-Body Radiation of Tension High Intensity – Slow Speed Repetitions Time Under Load Four Training Levels Temporary Complete Muscular Failure Sets and Rest Range of Motion and Timing More Important Concepts STEP #4 – Keys to Success STEP #5 – Instructional VIDEOS Your TRAINING PLAN – Overview Your “Prep” Week of Training Your 8-WEEK Training PLAN BONUS #1 – Follow Along Workouts BONUS #2 – Advanced Progressions for the 6-Exercise Circuit BONUS #3 – NEW Bodyweight Exercises for LEG Strength! BONUS #4 – Bio-Tensegrity: What It Is and WHY It Matters BONUS #5 – A “How-To” Guide for Training Progression BONUS #6 – What Does It Mean To Train Smart? BONUS #7 – What Are The Important Benefits of this Program? Listen in! BONUS #8 – Hebb’s Law and the Push-Up Frequently Asked Questions More Advanced Progressions: The Bodyweight Squat Progressions: The “Hindu” Squat: a challenging and fun progression! The Rear-Foot-Elevated-Split-Squat (aka Bulgarian Split Squat) challenges single side hip and leg stability and strength! The Chin Up Progression: The Pull Up (hands wider on the bar and palms facing down) is more challenging. Work toward this! The Push Up Progression: The alternate arm and diamond hand positions are challenging progressions! The Table Bridge Progression: Adding a resistance band to the Table Bridge, while also moving toward a single leg. These are tough to do well! Calf Raise Progression: This is the same video – to advance, progress to single-leg (vs. two leg) raises. (You also have the opportunity to load them!) The Pike Push Up Progression: The Dive Bomber (aka Hindu Push Up) adds a mobility element and is fun and challenging!