March 7, 2014

Training with “Controlled Chaos” (100x BETTER than Crossfit)

“CHAOS EXPOSURE” Training (2 Videos) As you may know I’m always looking for what’s new, and what’s giving people the best in REAL-WORLD results. The other day my buddy Travis Stoetzel, who’s an awesome strength coach and high level Crossfit competitor just released his newest (and BEST) program for people who are looking to get themselves literally into the best shape of their life or in his words, to “transform yourself into a complete badass”. His new system is called the Unbreakable BADASS Blueprint 2.0 Seriously, that’s the name of the program and trust me, just by looking at what Travis has laid out within this newly evolved system has got me super excited in giving this program a full go, especially with my fighters.   He calls the special programming within his new training system, “The Controlled Chaos” method and from the video of my session yesterday, it’s exactly that. Travis defines his “Controlled Chaos” method as being the perfect blend of focused strength work, power training, and intense conditioning all mixed together into near perfect progressive-based training program. Learn more about this training and the new Unbreakable Badass Blueprint 2.0 – “CHAOS EXPOSURE” Training Video #1 In this video I go thought 2 different CHAOS EXPOSURE Session set ups (tomorrow I will show you 2 more) “Grinders” Complete For Time: Deadlift x 3 @ 185 Burpee x 30 Deadlift x 6 @ 185 Burpee x 25 Deadlift x 9 @ 185 Burpee x 20 Deadlift x 12 @ 185 Burpee x 15 Deadlift x 15 @ 185 Burpee x 10 -Longer higher rep / volume based conditioning session-Focus is to test your overall capacity and mental strength-Break when need be — just need to focus on chipping away at the session piece by piece-Builds physical and mental strength, plus overall strength and endurance capacity “Strength / Power Metcon” 4 Rounds For Time Of: a) Deadlifts @ 315 x 12 b) Burpee x 24 -Short, strength based metabolic conditioning based session-Focus is on speed, power, and efficiency against the clock — it’s you against time-Little to no breaks if possible-Build lactate acid threshold, power and strength endurance “CHAOS EXPOSURE” Training Video #2 In this video I go thought 2 more CHAOS EXPOSURE Session set ups (tomorrow I will show you 2 more) This is a perfect blend of strength and conditioning to end off your regular strength workouts or combat skill-training session. Kardio King – Get yourself ready for these as their designed to be lung burners that will help build up your overall ability to handle longer, slow-based conditioning sessions blended in with strength and power based movements. Interval / Pace Training – These include AMRAP sets, power repeat’s, and time based intervals all designed to help you improve your lasting ability to be powerful and strong even while tired again and again and again. Do you want more Chaos Exposure sessions and strength workouts? Click HERE “Kardio King” 3 Rounds For Time Of: a) Burpee x 10 b) Deadlift x 2 @ 405 c) 800m Run -Longer based cardio conditioning based session
-Focus is on adding in a endurance / cardiovascular focus while also blending in a bit of strength for fun
-Little to no breaks if possible – use the run or burpees as “breaks”
-Builds cardiovascular system and strength depending on how you set it up “Interval / Pace“ 10 Rounds NOT For Time Of: a) Deadlift x 5 @ 315 b) Burpee x 10 ***Rest 1 Min between rounds -Short bouts of HIGH intensity work
-Focus is on going at a 95-100% effort for each round without letting effort drop off in later rounds
-Blends light to heavy strength work with moderate rep light weight / bodyweight work
-Strategic breaks are used to help keep intensity HIGH during work periods
-Improves lactate acid threshold and recovery, plus strength and power endurance Do you want more Chaos Exposure sessions and strength workouts? Click HERE   

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