The Bodyweight Strength Program
Formerly known as GET STRONG-MOVE RIGHT
What You Get
The ability to better control your own body is going to make you a better runner, swimmer, cyclist, or golfer. It doesn’t matter who you are, how old you are, where you are, or what you would like to do – you’ll be better at doing it all when you are better at controlling your own bodyweight. This Bodyweight Training Program will help you overcome injuries and improve your durability for the race ahead.
Restore Your Bodyweight Strength!
Feel better – look better – train easier and faster!
Coach Al will guide you every step of the way to a stronger, more sustainable body – one that is fundamentally better equipped to meet your goals head-on, without weakness or injury. Feel healthier, more mobile, and ready to rock your goals now and in the future.
The easy to follow and science-backed “Restore: The Bodyweight Strength Program” will propel your athleticism to new heights. By following Coach Al’s instruction you will learn the methods and practices that propelled Lisbeth Kenyon, Ironman World Champion and Age Group Record Holder to her highest level of performance at the age of 45.
More Than Just “Demo” Videos – You’ll get real instruction and guidance!
We know that video instruction is important. If you wanted an exercise video there are plenty of places to get them. What separates Restore: The Bodyweight Strength Program, from just another exercise video is the sharing of Coach Al’s 30+ years of knowledge and skill. In addition to the six exercise videos within this program you’ll receive:
- Detailed Training Principles
- Keys to Success
- Scheduling Recommendations
- Advanced Progressions
Whether you are an endurance athlete preparing for a triathlon or a weekend runner the movements, progressions, and principles taught in Restore: The Bodyweight Strength Program will improve your overall performance and ensure your longevity in the sport.
To be successful with this program you’ll need:
15-minutes or less, per day
A positive attitude to improving your health and performance and,
A willingness to learn and practice new movements and skills
You won’t need a gym membership, tons of equipment, or fancy fitness models showing you what to do and how to do it. You’ll be learning directly from Coach Al and his coached athletes in a home environment. What are you waiting for? Get Started Today!
what They’re Saying
When I finally decided to hire a coach, one thing I learned immediately is what a profound difference it made in my training and ultimate success. Bottom line, I have been racing for 30+ years and Coach Al was able to get me to my highest level of performance at the age of 50+.
I have worked with Coach Al for more than ten years now, and he has fundamentally changed the way I think about movement skills, flexibility and recovery. He also has a passion for learning and sharing his knowledge. I used to train myself with more hours resulting in greater fatigue, lingering injuries and slower times.
With Al I have been able to step up my training intensities without injury which has led to an overall improvement in performance.Coach Al is a master of crafting sessions for maximum recovery and return on time investment. My build for Ironman Hawaii prepared me to feel my strongest ever in my racing career. Thank you, Coach Al!
Your passion for coaching and inspiring your athletes to truly believe they can be their best, with some hard work and complete buy-in to the process is infectious.
You honestly want people to succeed and your passion is so obvious – you can’t help yourself – and I mean that in a sincere good way. It was something that Lisbeth Kenyon said when I had asked her for some feedback – no one would be more committed and passionate about seeing me succeed.
Thank you, Coach!
Coach Al – I just wanted to send a long overdue note to thank you for getting me back to running and racing triathlons.
You will remember I had severe ITBS (iliotibial band syndrome). For the last two years, I had gone through self treatment with rest, stretching and yoga. Then I went to see a sports medicine specialist getting MRI’s, injections and physical therapy.
When that didn’t work, I went to see a different sports medicine specialist and got more of the same. Finally I was told I would either have to stop running or consider surgery.
You know surgery for ITBS has pretty poor results. I am a physician myself, and am pretty comfortable with most standard medical therapies, but was not going to have surgery. I had pretty much given up hope of running more than a couple of miles ever again.
Then I saw you for a gait analysis.
The program is fantastic! I have done several triathlons this summer that include both Olympic distance and sprints.
I just completed my first half iron distance race after two-and-a-half years of being out of racing. It went great thanks to your gait analysis, the Return to Running program, and Coach Al’s awesome coaching this summer.
I was able to post the second fastest bike split in the half iron distance race, and still run a decent 1:37 half marathon on a hilly course. I could not be happier.
I think I see an Ironman in my future now, something I had given up on not too long ago. Thanks so much!
Todd Wilkens M.D. F.A.C.S.
NOTE FROM COACH AL: Todd had about given up hope on ever racing again. Through gait analysis, and our subsequent work together, he just went a 4:48 in a half Ironman–the first race of that distance he has been able to do in 2.5 years! He was fifth OVERALL, and took first place in the masters category. It is a super, super result. Not only are we over the moon at Todd’s finishing time, Todd is uninjured and pain free! Think about that! He rocked the house with a super solid result, and got on the podium. Thing is, now that he’s a stronger, more stable and durable athlete, he can begin to REALLY TRAIN and unleash his true potential. There are many great races and results ahead of him, no doubt in our minds!
I’m a competitive triathlete going on my fourth season in triathlon. For the last 3 years I’ve been competing in Olympic distance and earned myself a spot to the worlds in Edmonton last year. I am continuing with Olympic this year but am currently training for the half ironman ,for my first time, to kick off the season!
I realized fairly quickly that I would need a plan for this race. Never having done one and although I have a pretty good handle on the Olympic distance I wanted to make sure I had help with the half.
A good friend of mine trains with Pursuit and is always raving about them so I decided to purchase their intermediate half ironman plan.
It’s working out great!! The daily workouts are easy to understand and follow! Along with the plan you receive an awesome guide to help you through the plan and understand the daily workouts on top of a basic understanding on the important keys to make training successful.
Thanks Coach Al, I’m looking forward to my race!!
I have used Coach Al’s training plans, and I will just say, the guy knows his stuff. After so many years of experience and after following many other plans, this by far was the plan that got me in the best shape of my life.
I felt stronger and more capable than ever thanks to the structure provided for in the plan (distance and intensities), and the advice that is provided by Coach Al.
Wow! I am faster than I have been in years and I finished the Boulder 70.3 feeling great!
Huge thanks to Coach Al for getting me here – you are the best!!!
I felt stronger and more capable than ever thanks to the structure you gave me in your training plan, and the advice that you provided helped me get to to the finish line feeling better than ever!
No coach cares more about your success than Al. I went from broken and frustrated (before working with Al) to durable and excited about the future! And I’m continually amazed at the seemingly constant flow of new and valuable information that comes into my inbox, and how attentive Al is to my needs. He’s the best!
Huge thanks to Coach Al!
Start moving in a stronger, faster, and healthier way. Reach for new bests – and be better than ever.