MENS: THE MUSCLE ONRAMP
MENS: THE MUSCLE ONRAMP
12 weeks of Progressive strength and hypertrophy training. Smart programming delivered right to your phone. Exercise videos and descriptions for each exercise, weekly planning and everything recorded on your PR1MEBODY profile.
More about Muscle Onramp
What level is it?
Muscle Onramp is suited for beginners who want to learn the ropes lifting weights, improving technique and who need some strategy in their gym regime. If you would class yourself as intermediate; it is great for a fresh start or to kick-start a new goal or direction.
How many workouts all together?
Over the course of 3 months, there will be 4 microcycles; each containing 4 workouts. These are rotated over 3 weeks, so in total there are 12 different workouts.
They usually start with one full body strength session, with lower reps and higher weights which will challenge your strength. The rest of the week with be split into 3 hypertrophy sessions orientated to gaining muscle. Split into one lower body, one upperbody vertical and one upperbody horizontal.
If all that is jargon – then basically all you need to know is it’s incredibly varied and designed to hit all the muscle groups without you having to think.
How much investment time wise?
The goal would be to complete all 4 sessions a week. However, we know life gets, so if you can only manage 3 then this is still great (just make sure you don’t always miss the last session of the week – keep then rotating!) If you are used to doing more, then there is space for your own personal sessions and you can track these in the app too. At the end of the day, it’s about your own goals, but the program is built to be achievable with most sessions lasting an hour.
How does it progress?
One of the fundamentals of any successful muscle building programs is what known as progressive overload. This is where a training plan and exercises progress either by weight or volume lifted in small increments over time. Muscle onramp is designed in this way and with the PR1MEBODY app (designed to track your workouts), it’s very easy to progress your weights incrementally because it shows you on the exercise how much and how many you performed the time before.
Muscle Onramp also works by progressively overloading the workouts by methods of exercise complexity and variety, rep ranges and a number of other nifty tricks which you'll experience across the 3 months.
What kind of gym equipment is needed?
A well-equipped gym is preferable, but there are always ways to complete the training programs. The app shows you videos and descriptions of all exercises to remove barriers if you are unsure about how to perform them. Built into the app and each training program is alternative exercises for back-ups (for example when it might be too busy or you want to perform the exercise in a different way) or for less equipped gyms. The programs are designed with 'normal' gyms in mind and nothing too out there is included.
How much support?
Firstly, the app has a chat function built in so you can chat to Tim directly there. On the Facebook community is a plethora of additional information, work out tips, Q&A’s and recipe ideas. Tim’s Instagram is a great resource of exercise technique too.