DISCLAIMER: The My Mad Methods Magazine 2010 Workout Plan E-Book is a My Mad Methods LLC Publication. My Mad MethodsLLC (MMM), as publisher, does not endorse and makes no representation, warranty or guarantee concerning the safety or effectivenessof either the products and services advertised in this magazine or the training methods or other techniques discussed or illustrated in thismagazine. The publisher makes no representation or warranty concerning the legality of the purchase or use of these products, servicesand techniques in the United States or elsewhere. Because of the nature of some of the products, services and techniques advertised ordiscussed in this magazine, you should consult a physician before using these products or services or applying these exercise techniques.COPYRIGHT: 2011 My Mad Methods LLC. Material in this publication, including text and images, is protected by copyright. It may notbe copied, reproduced, republished posted, broadcast, or transmitted in any way except for your own personal, non-commercial use. Prior written consent of My Mad Methods LLC may be obtained for any other use of materials. The My Mad Methods Magazine 2010 Workout Plan E-Book contains the workout plans featured in the June to December 2010 issues of
the magazine. There are ve workout plans from 4-12 weeks in length including 47 individual unconventional workouts involving kettle
bells, sandbags, bodyweight training, sledgehammers, and gym rings. The workout plans contain programming for up to 34 weeks (8+
months) of training.
what does this e-book contain?
Simply choose a workout plan that corresponds to your desired focus (strength, conditioning, fat loss, etc), your current skill level (Begin-
ner, Moderate, Advanced), duration (4-12 weeks), and available equipment (kettlebells, sandbags, rings, etc). The workout plans assume
or consult an exercise professional trained in the desired method. Videos of some of the workouts can also be found in the Workout Database at
, althoughmany won’t be added until the second half of 2011.
The set letters (‘A’, ‘B’, etc) refer to individual mini-circuits. This means that you’ll do a set of the rst exercise (‘A1’) then go directly to the
second exercise (‘A2’), before going back to perform another round of the circuit.For example, if you see: A1: Push Ups - 2 x 10 A2: Swings - 2 x 10you would perform all sets of “A” before moving onto “B”. You would do a set of 10 push ups, then a set of 10 swings, then rest andrepeat one more time (2 x 10), before moving onto “B”. If it’s a 1-arm exercise (like one-hand swings or snatches), you would do one side
then the other, THEN move to the next exercise (unless the workout specically states otherwise).
Conversley, if the workout runs in an A, B, C, etc order with no numbers next to the letters, you would simply perform all sets of each let-ter before moving onto the next exercise.MyMadMethods.com is the ultimate resource for everything regarding unconventional training. If you’re looking for the latest, detailed in-formation about each of the unconventional training methods (including kettlebells, clubs, sandbags, macebells, etc). The My Mad MethodsMagazine (both print & digital editions) along with the MyMadMethods.com online community and training database contain hundreds of exercises, workouts, videos, articles, workout plans, and more. MyMadMethods.com seeks to bring the underground world of unconven-tional training to the surface and expose as many people as possible to these effective training methods. Find out more about the magazineat
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The workout plans include a variety of unconventional training gear like kettlebells, sandbags, gym rings, pull up bars, jump ropes, and
more. You can nd some of the gear with the links below:
where to get the gear
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