You go to the gym 4-5 times a week … but you feel like you could be doing a little more.
You want a few extra strength sets, a little more bodybuilding work because you work too hard to not look the part.
But you want to do it in a structured way that actually produces results. Look no further…
You don’t want to commit a ton of time, because you have a life outside the gym.
The Evolved Training System brings you Evolved RX+ which is exactly what you need. Adding a little “plus” to the general class programming structure.
All the necessary accessory work to get stronger and achieve all the aesthetic gains in 8 “mini-sessions” of 10-15 minutes each, that are paired effectively with your class programming.
Just so you’re 100% prepared to get the most from the Evolved RX+ program, here’s everything you need to know.
How to implement Evolved RX+ most effectively and what you need to know about the programming structure
The program will include:
- 3 Strength or Skill sessions
- 5 Hypertrophy or Bodybuilding or Aesthetic-Focused sessions
Include the Strength or Skill sessions PRIOR to the CrossFit class and the Aesthetic work AFTER the class.
If that is not possible, and both must be conducted at the same time, ALWAYS start with the Strength/Skill portion and finish with the Aesthetic part.
If there is a day that you want to do two aesthetic sessions and no strength work, that’s totally fine!
If one day you do the strength portion, then finish class and feel crushed; then skip the aesthetic work that day and add it another day.
You can even make a full day of “accessory” work. Do 1 strength lift and 2 aesthetic lifts, and you got yourself a solid day of training!
How to choose which movements to pair with different days of class programming
Most class programming will be intelligent enough to avoid training the exact same movement patterns in back to back days. The below information assumes that your class programming is semi-intelligent and allows areas of the body to recover if targeted with a high volume of work the prior day (i.e. the program shouldn’t follow a high volume overhead pressing day with a bunch of HSPU the next day).
If the class has scheduled a lower body dominant training session, you should pick accessory movements that are also lower body.
This will ensure additional work for the target muscles that day, and allow the other muscles to rest up for the next training day.
If the class has a more upper body dominant day scheduled, you should pick upper-body focused accessory movements.
However, if you are taking a rest day the next day, you have much more freedom and can pair whichever movements you want with your class workout and avoid negative consequences.
That’s it! It’s simple… grab the program for $19 per month, get 8 workouts for the week, and pair them seamlessly with your class programming. Before you know it, you’ll be getting stronger and looking like a boss!