THE GOALS AND PURPOSE OF ATF TRaining
- Build on what you started in the Foundations program
- Develop Strength, Flexibility, Speed and Power in all planes of motion
- Continually assess and reassess making course corrections as needed
- Become proficient and skilled at the Ten Components of Fitness
- Go beyond goal achievement and work toward mastery
What to expect
The Foundations Program has one particular end product: Prepare you for ATF Training. This may sound like the Foundations program is overly basic/easy and ATF Training is some mythical place on a mountaintop. True, ATF Training represents a higher ideal with respect to how we condition the body but it is also an extension of the Foundations Program. We get a tad bit more serious and hone in on and strengthen the weakest link.
In ATF Training you can expect:
- Every workout is recorded and tracked. This yields systematic progression toward ultra specific goals ie. Squat your bodyweight or complete a pull up as opposed to something vague like "tone up".
- Exercise modules designed to increase different components of fitness: Strength, Power, Cardiovascular Endurance, Flexibility, Balance, Stamina, Agility etcetera. By putting the pieces together you become greater than the sum of the parts.
- Measurable and quantifiable gains, be it an increase in how much you can lift or a reduction in body fat percentage.
- Increased knowledge on how to exercise safely effectively. You'll use the knowledge gained here for the rest of your life.