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Do you slow cutting on the field?
Cutting faster. Increasing your acceleration. Changing direction on a dime. Beating your opponents off the line. These are all abilities you will develop on the Agile and Hostile program.
Develop your agility while building strength, developing the ability to overpower your opponents in every category of athleticism. Our 8-week program will sculpt you into a complete athlete able to handle every situation on the field.
Buy now and start your journey.
Two Unique 4-week Programs - 8 weeks of programming!
5 days of workouts per week
3 days per week of specific agility work and drills
Each program builds upon the last for periodized growth
Mobility program for full range of motion and balance
Dynamic sprint specific warm-ups for healthy growth
Reactive ab prescription for stability and core strength
- 60 - 70 Min Workouts
- 5 Days Per Week
- 8 Weeks Long
Suggested equipment (you may make substitutions if you don't have access to all equipment.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How do I receive the program?
When should I start the program?
You may start the program as soon as you receive it! Start on Day 1 and complete all of the days in the workout in one week. Then start over on Day 1 again on the same day of the week that you started the program.
What if I don't know what an exercise is?
We have video links embedded in the program for every exercise! If you still are sure if you are performing an exercises correctly, shoot us an email at email@example.com!
I don't have the necessary equipment to perform a lift, what should I do?
Not to worry, shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will give you an alternate exercise to perform!
How heavy should I go on my lifts?
Some exercises have percentages included that should be performed according to your 1 rep max in that lift. If there is no percentage, that means we want you to use and develop your autoregulation ability to determine to how heavy to go. Autoregulation is learning how hard your body is able to push itself and how to increase weights in a proper progression to ensure you are thoroughly warmed up and able to go as heavy as you are able without failing on any sets (unless specified).
What should I do when I finish the program?
When you finish this program you will have a true taste of the Swole Life! For maximum gains we encourage you to move onto a different program to ensure your body can adapt to a different stimulus. Check out these programs below, or sign up for a custom program!
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Want to Learn More About Building Speed?
Read blogs on becoming a freak athlete!
You are at the high school combine, you notice they are testing vertical jump, standing broad jump and the forty-yard dash. These are all tests built around complete explosiveness. You have decent high-end speed but it takes you twenty minutes to get up to speed. Knowing what the tests are, you are slightly embarrassed, you feel ill-prepared and in reality, you don’t want anyone to know that your vertical jump is only 26 inches.
A raspy-voiced dad leaves a voicemail, “Dane, I want to talk to you about my kid. I think he has potential, give me a call and let’s see if we can build him into a freak football player.” This is a call I get more frequently than people realize. Their son has all of the potentials in the world, their daughter will dominate their competition, their kids are the best. I sat there rolling my eyes, reluctant to call back.
Remember the heavy kid in middle school? The dude running down the basketball court as fast as possible just to jump as high as they possibly could to try and swipe the bottom of the basketball net. That was me. Over and over and over again. I would sprint full speed, plant my left leg and then try to change direction vertically off one leg, reaching as high as possible but missing the bottom of the net. I’d do it again. And again. And again. Undoubtedly, rolling my ankle or leading to some knee pain because my weak ass legs couldn’t handle 160lb, 6th grade Dane trying to touch the net.