Conjugate Strength & Conditioning

Conjugate Strength & Conditioning is perfect for the experienced trainee that knows how to squat, bench, and deadlift. Someone that’s been in the trenches for at least a few years and may have dabbled with the Conjugate Method. These same trainees may have a few nagging injuries and are ready to start making progress again while being able to have a great quality of life outside of the gym.

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Our Goal: The best damn conjugate plan ever

Who is the Conjugate Strength & Conditioning plan for?

  • Experience: You've been using the conjugate method for at least a few years and understand the max effort, dynamic effort, and repeated effort methods.
  • Schedule: You can devote at least four to five hours a week to your training.
  • Injury history: You may be someone who's been in the trenches for a while and you probably have some nagging injuries — that's OK, as this plan will help with that.
  • Goals: This plan is for someone who’s not necessarily trying to compete in any given sport. It’s for someone whose goals are to look and feel better, get stronger, and also improve conditioning and recovery.

Furthermore, you probably have a lot in common with me — have kids, a job, and trying to still make the most of my fitness — my goals revolve around how I feel and look while still trying hit PRs and improving my strength.

Your time is limited, so your plan needs to be concise. Even with all of your commitments outside of the gym, your workouts are very important to you and are a vital part of your mental health.

If all of this sounds like you, read on.

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What type of professions and sports will benefit?

This plan is perfect for law enforcement, military, strength and power athletes, average joes that know how to train, CrossFit athletes looking to take a break from their current programming, powerlifters, Olympic Lifters. Basically, anyone that wants to get SAF, look good naked and improve recovery/conditioning.

How many days a week will I be training?

There are 4 Strength Training Days (2 Max Effort, 2 Dynamic Effort) and 2 Conditioning Days with an optional 7th “recovery” day. The strength sessions last 60 minutes and the conditioning sessions last 30-60 minutes. The optimal training split is provided with the program.

How long is the program?

This program covers 12 weeks of programming.

How do I get started?

Conjugate Strength & Programming is available to you as soon as you enroll below.

"Nobody is better at CrossFit Programming than Jason"

Dr. John Rusin, owner of John Rusin Fitness Systems

Do I need to be an advanced athlete?

Definitely not, but you do need to know your way around the gym – this is NOT a program for beginners.

Can I perform this plan with my current programming?

No. This is a stand-alone plan meant to be performed on its own, not in addition to your current plan.

What equipment is needed?

Basic equipment found at a commercial gym or a CrossFit box. There is the inclusion of things like T-Bar Rows, Glute Ham Raises, and lat pulldowns, but there are alternatives if needed. For this plan you will need:

Additional specialty equipment like the ability to set-up bands or chains is not required but will be utilized if available. The same goes for specialty bars.

Do I need a training partner?

No, it’s not required, but training with the right people always helps improve the quality of your training sessions, not to mention having a competent spotter is a plus.

What type of support will I receive?

You will be able to ask questions and post videos for critique in our private Facebook group.

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Product Total
Conjugate Strength & Conditioning  × 1 $149.00
Subtotal $149.00
Total $149.00
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