Is the thought of being overweight and unhealthy because of your job haunting you, as it should?
What if you could build muscle, gain strength and improve your fitness without spending more than 30 minutes a day working out?
Years ago, did you think that you would wake up to a screaming alarm, work for 12-16 hours a day, and then come home, only to have enough time to eat and sleep?
Tired, frustrated, and struggling to make any time for yourself, let alone exercise.
What if you could turn your life, your body, and your fitness around in just 3 months?
Imagine a life where you followed a simple, yet effective exercise program that conformed to your busy schedule.
A workout program that could help you build or tone your muscles, without spending any more time than you need to at the gym.
This isn’t a dream. You can build a healthy body, even if you think you don’t have time for it.
The One Thing You Can Do To Improve Your Fitness, Even When You Have A Busy Schedule
I remember when I started medical school, I was told that I wouldn’t have time to exercise or be healthy.
Everyone knows that medical school is challenging, and requires a lot of discipline, and a lot of time.
Thankfully, despite what they said, I was able to maintain my fitness routine.
Now, fast forward to residency.
I was not at all prepared to work 80 hours a week, 24-hour shifts, and do night shifts for 4 weeks at a time.
Needless to say, it is extremely difficult to exercise, let alone take care of yourself with this kind of schedule.
But this isn’t unique to resident physicians…
You probably have a really busy life too.
Perhaps you work two jobs, or you have three kids, or you are working on a startup.
No matter who you are, you’re probably struggling to make time for exercise.
The good news is, there is only one thing you need to do to workout and maximize your fitness despite your busy life.
And today, I’m going to share with you the blueprint that can help you build your best body.
Despite Working A Resident Schedule, I Have Developed A Simple Way To Get Consistent Results
Hi, I’m Alex Robles.
My wife Brittany and I are both OBGYN resident physicians working 80+ hours a week.
We are fitness enthusiasts and we spend a great deal of time learning and implementing different workout strategies to find out what works and what doesn’t.
Currently, we work out 4-5 times a week and have experienced significant improvement in our fitness, even with our resident schedule.
But you might be surprised to hear that I struggled to exercise when I first started residency.
As you could imagine, residency was a huge shock to my system, and it quickly put a halt to my fitness progress.
I simply didn’t have a lot of free time outside of work to maintain my fitness routine. I started to lose muscle, strength, and confidence because I didn’t know how to maximize my time at the gym.
Then, I Figured It Out…
I just couldn’t afford to spend 60 minutes in the gym. I barely had enough time to do my basic activities of daily living.
After a few months of stalling and losing progress, I found out how to maximize my workout and spend less time in the gym.
Most people believe that you need to go all out to realize improvements in your fitness. Instead, I discovered that you can get a lot of work done in a little bit of time.
I realized that all I had to do was create a high-yield, flexible training program that could be done in as little as 30-35 minutes a day.
I turned this “light bulb” moment into a system that propelled my fitness even further, despite working three times as much as I did before starting residency.
And The Results Speak For Themselves
I went from working out 3 times a week pre-residency to 4-6 times per week.
Where most people tend to gain weight, I wound up losing 5 lbs of body fat and developed more muscle mass.
I even increased my deadlift by 25 lbs, my front squat by 35 lbs, and my paused bench press by 10 lbs after my second year of residency.
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The final lift of the day.. the deadlift. . This has notoriously been my worst powerlift of the three. After injuring my back in 2013 I didn’t think I would ever be able to deadlift heavy again. . It took 4 years in the making, but I finally hit an all time deadlift PR. . Maybe one day I can achieve my lifetime goal of 500 lbs at 163 lbs/74 kg bodyweight. #deadlift #sumodeadlift #progress #patience #passion #personalbest #persistence #stillweak #happy #powerlifter #powerlifting #strength #strengthtraining #competition
PS. If you aren’t interested in lifting heavy weights like shown above, that’s ok! You don’t have to.
And here is Brittany’s progress during the same time. She wasn’t yet a resident at the time, but used the exact same training principles.
(I know, because I made her programming).
Here she is squatting 1.5x her bodyweight for several repetitions, and making incredible progress on her chin-up strength. Prior to this new style of training, her best squat was 1.1x her bodyweight, and she could only do 1 chin-up.
This is not to brag, but to show you what’s possible when you know how to implement an effective training system.
Because the truth is this:
A lot of what many fitness sites recommend simply isn’t realistic for us busy folks.
The methods and strategies they recommend require a lot of time, complicated training algorithms and a lot of exercises.
Instead, you need a simple training plan that could be accomplished efficiently.
So if you are serious about improving your fitness while working 80 hours a week, the one thing you need is a system to help you do exactly that.
Because once you have that, you’re set.
But first, I want to ask you an honest question.
If there’s so much free fitness information online, why aren’t you exercising consistently?
When I ask busy individuals about wanting to exercise, the overwhelming response is, “YES! We want to exercise and build a healthy body.”
So what’s the disconnect?
Why do we claim to want to exercise, eat healthy and get toned – and even find free workouts online- but we struggle to actually put the information to use?
I know why.
Because I was in a similar situation when I started my fitness journey.
Because it’s overwhelming.
Because we don’t know where to start.
Because we don’t have a lot of time and we cannot afford to waste any of it.
And to top it off- there is a lot of misleading information out there.
Here are the top 3 myths that are contributing to your overwhelm.…
Myth #1: You Need To Spend At Least 1 Hour (or More) At The Gym To Get Results
I used to believe this myth too.
In fact, when I was in college I used to spend 1.5 to 2 hours at the gym.
I always thought that more was better.
Thankfully, that is not the case. There is only so much “more” you will ever be able to do.
Tell me if this sounds familiar to you:
You have some free time and you decide to go to the gym. You simply crush it and do a random 60-90 minute workout and feel great. You do this a few more times but then realize: “I don’t have 90 minutes a day to spend at the gym.”
You decide to just cut back, and ultimately stop working out altogether.
A month later, you repeat the process until one day you just give up.
This is what I call just “working out”
Working out is when you go to the gym and just do whatever for 60-90 minutes because that’s how long you are supposed to be training for.
Here’s the truth:
There is a big difference between working out and training. When you work out, you simply do whatever you feel like doing that day. There is no plan. There is no specific goal.
This is not how you make progress.
What you need to do is train, i.e. have a focused plan every time you go to the gym to get you closer to your goals. In addition, this plan should aim to do the workout as efficiently as possible.
That is why you need a template that is designed to tell you what to do and how to do it so that you can spend less time at the gym, and focusing on getting results.
Myth #2: You Need To Do Several Exercises and High Amounts of Sets and Reps To Get Progress
Let’s face it.
We have all seen people advocating that you do 4 different variations of bicep curls, for hundreds of reps to get bigger arms.
Or, you have seen routines that ask you to perform 10 exercises each day, all for 4 sets of 12 repetitions.
It must be better to do a lot of exercises every day right?
Trust Me I’ve Been There…
Before residency, I would fit 8 exercises into my routine because I wanted quicker progress.
Sure, I was making improvements, but I was also running myself into the ground.
Needless to say, I felt burnt out. Once residency started, I didn’t have the time nor the energy to do so many exercises. When I realized that I had to make my workouts more efficient, I cut back on all the fluff and only focused on the exercises that matter.
The exercises that were going to give me the biggest return on my investment.
Myth #3: Your Training Routine Has To Be Rigid
Have you ever missed a workout session, or two and then lost motivation to continue because of those missed sessions?
It’s natural to think that if you “fall off the wagon”, you might as well stay off.
If you only take one thing away from this, it should be this –
In fitness, something is always better than nothing.
As a busy professional, you likely have an unpredictable work schedule, and it is difficult to conform to a rigid training routine or an “exercise class” schedule.
Whenever you have a really busy week, and you might miss three workout sessions in a row.
But do you want to know the best part?
It does not matter.
If you have a training template that is flexible, you do not need to worry about missed sessions. You can easily make up for it and keep on going!
I Get It…
Fitness can be scary. Like you, I held all of these beliefs.
But I’m here to tell you that you only need to take one step at a time. No one makes amazing progress in 1 week!
But taking it step by step, you can start to get small results, which leads to bigger results, until finally, people will look at you and say, “wow, I wish I could do that.”
So The Way I See It, You Have 3 Options:
Option#1: You Can Figure It All Out On Your Own
This is the strategy that most people take… and it hurts them.
Sure, you can try to put the pieces together from various different magazines, youtube videos, and online articles. But this would take months to figure out.
As I’m sure you’ve seen firsthand, fitness information you come across online is often conflicting, misleading, (and quite often), flat out wrong.
All of this conflicting information makes it almost impossible to turn the content you find online into a training program for a busy professional such as yourself.
You also probably don’t have the time to do this either!
Here’s the thing:
I already did all of the hard work for you. I have been studying this stuff for over 10 years, and I have found a way to keep making progress despite working 80 hours a week.
Option#2: You Can Hire A Personal Trainer
This option is like buying lottery tickets.
Sure, you might find one that you get some value out of, but more often than not you are getting a generic trainer with very little practical utility.
After all, it doesn’t take much to become a personal trainer.
And even if you find a reputable one, you are looking at paying some serious money for something you can do without.
(Plus, you will have to actually schedule workouts with the trainer, and both you and I know that with your schedule, that’s not gonna happen).
Option#3: Follow a Step-By-Step BluePrint
You came to this page because you’re serious about your fitness.
That is why I’m going to show you how to take the advice you learned today, and turn it into a step-by-step blueprint for building muscle, increasing your strength and improving your fitness.
I’ve developed a training program for busy individuals that cuts out the noise, fluff, and conflicting advice and shows you how to start exercising in 30 minutes a day, even with an 80 hour work week.
Introducing The WCT Strength Program For Busy Professionals
The WCT Strength Program is a 15-week exercise template that is designed to make you a stronger version of yourself while minimizing the amount of time you need to be at the gym.
You’ll learn the exact strategies that you can use to build muscle, tone up, and improve your fitness, even with an 80 hour work week.
Here’s how it works:
When you purchase this program, you will get instant access to a link to download an Excel spreadsheet.
Included are all of the exercises you are to perform, the instructions on how to follow the program, the template for the strength program and a list of Frequently Asked Questions.
You will also receive access to any updates we make to the program in the future.
Is The WCT Strength Program Right For Me?
Let me break it down for you:
Are you a beginner with 0-1 year of training experience? Then The WCT Strength Program is PERFECT for you
Are you an intermediate trainee but you want to go back to the basics and develop a strong foundation for strength and muscle development. Then The WCT Strength Program is PERFECT for you.
Are you a busy professional who wants to start a comprehensive exercise program, but do not have much time to spend at the gym? Then The WCT Strength Program is PERFECT for you.
Are you a busy professional who wants to stop letting their busy life ruin their health and fitness? Then The WCT Strength Program is PERFECT for you.
If you said yes to any of these questions keep reading so you can learn exactly what you’ll get from your investment in The WCT Strength Program
What’s In The WCT Strength Program?
The WCT Strength Program focuses on compound multi-joint exercises that train the Big 6 Functional Movement patterns.
In other words, these are the exercises that actually improve your strength, your muscle mass and your overall level of fitness.
It is a 15-week template that uses the principles of gradual progressive overload in all of the key exercises. The program can be repeated for up to 3-5 macro-cycles upon completion if desired.
We tell you what exercises to do,
How many sets you should perform,
How many reps you should perform
How long to rest in between sets
How to progressively overload each exercise
and an Excel Spreadsheet to track your progress over time!
Oh, And Here’s A Bonus
THE WCT PRIVATE FACEBOOK COMMUNITY
In this private support group, you will be able to ask us (and other members) any questions you may have about the the program, exercise, fitness and whatever else you might want to know.
Note: This group is FREE with the purchase of this program! It is included in the one-time price, and you will not be charged again.
It’s Time to Take Your Fitness To A Whole New Level
Got a question? No problem. Here are your answers:
What Makes This Program Different Than Others?
The WCT Strength Program is different from other programs in 3 regards:
1) It Eliminates The Fluff
There is an overwhelming amount of fitness information on the Internet. There is an even larger amount of exercise programs that you could choose from. The vast majorities of them contain a lot of ‘fluff’ that is low yield, and simply a waste of time.
This program is a result of the compilation of exercise and training routines that I have tried and tested over the last 10+ years of my life. I took the best parts of each program and combined it into one.
2) It Focuses On Time Spent At The Gym
As a busy professional, it is important to utilize only the highest yield exercises, in a manner that will get you the most efficient results possible.
Very few programs focus on the stuff that really works while trying to minimize the time spent at the gym.
The WCT Strength Program provides exercise recommendations that can be modified to your preference and to your skill level. The goal is to finish each training session in 30-35 minutes per day, making it easy and feasible to integrate into your busy schedule.
Although 35 minutes does not sound like a lot, completing this program will give you an accumulation of training that will propel your body into a higher baseline level of fitness.
In addition, this program will get you into the habit of making time to train, and learn how to do it in a smart, efficient manner.
3) The Template Auto-Regulates Based On How Busy Your Life Is
Don’t have a predictable workout schedule? No problem. The template accounts for this.
Are you having a good day, and can lift more than what is prescribed? The template has got you covered.
Are you having a bad day and can’t lift what is expected of you? The template accounts for this too.
No more guessing what you have to do.
No more rigid cookie cutter programs.
No more spending countless hours at the gym.
What are you waiting for?
Is There Anyone Who Wouldn’t Benefit From This Program?
You may still be skeptical? I hear you.
There are a lot of different fitness frenzies vying for your attention. The WCT Strength Program won’t work for you if:
If you are a high-level intermediate trainee, then this program is not for you.
If you cannot commit 30 minutes a day, 2-4x a week to work out, then this program is not for you.
If you want to whine and complain that you have no time for fitness, but have time to watch all of The Walking Dead, then this program is not for you.
If none of these describe you, then you stand to benefit from this incredibly simple, yet powerful training template!
Now It’s Time To Decide
I know you may think that you can figure out how to exercise and improve your fitness on your own. And hey, maybe you can.
The problem is: It takes a long time, and as a busy individual, you probably don’t have the time to do it. Those are hours that you could spend actually working out and improving your fitness by following a step-by-step template.
And if you are okay with continuing to get poor results, and lose motivation, then by all means, keep doing it.
But if you are tired of not taking action, and you are ready to invest in yourself, don’t wait. It’s time to make the investment.
A year from now, you will be one year older. Will you be living the life you want
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