NEW 12 Week Density Program
The Next Best 12 Weeks of Gains In Your Life
I’m going to be honest, I’ve never been more excited to release a single piece of content as much as I am for this program… and quite frankly it isn’t even close.
The response and results from my first downloadable program, the 12 Week Push Pull Legs, was phenomenal, far better than I could’ve expected. Many great physiques were built—thousands and thousands of collective pounds of muscle were gained and pounds of fat were lost.
While I’m proud of that program, it honestly doesn’t compare to what we’re bringing you today… competitively the original Push Pull Legs looks like absolute garbage, and while that program had great workouts, this is even better and offers 100x more in terms of format, exercise video demonstrations, advice for each individual exercise, and the way in which we are going to take you through the program week by week with commentary/advice weekly ensuring this becomes the most thorough 12 weeks of training we can experience.
Inspired by a video bodybuilding legend Jordan Peters put out, I set out to experiment with this concept and build onto it, I have been more than blown away with how well it’s gone and some of the benefits I wasn’t expecting (lower back and knees have never felt better).
Enough of my rambling, let’s get into specifically why it’s so much better.
Let’s Talk About Why This Program Is So Much Better
First off, the philosophy and principles behind this program are very unique to what you would typically see with most programs.
This program is a unique variation of a Push Pull Legs program with a little twist by focusing more on the “Density” of our physiques.
This “Density” comes from building the muscles, specifically in the back of the body, that give us a special look—a look where not only do we look good and muscular, but we also look STRONG, like a lumberjack meets Hercules.
The main goal here is still to build a very aesthetic, visually appealing physique but adding a little more ruggedness to our look. We want to look like someone who is not only big and looks strong but can actually back it up in the gym.
We will achieve this by having our own day once a week where the back, hamstrings, and glutes get a little extra love. There is an old saying that “traps are the new abs” because anyone can have abs by just dieting and eating less, but you can only build big traps through sheer hard work.
Visually, we are going to build a physique that looks plain jacked whether you’re wearing a sweatshirt or walking the beach—you can tell this guy lifts because he just looks like an absolute unit.
While that part is great, the other big benefit here is that these same muscles, the posterior chain, are where we generate a lot, if not most, of our raw power and strength. By placing this emphasis we are going to improve strength pretty substantially comparatively to more traditional splits like Full-Body, Upper/Lower, Push Pull Legs, etc.
With this also comes another great benefit—your posterior chain is extremely important for your posture and structural health. These muscles are very important for everyday life and function + they are crucial for preventing injuries and decline as we age.
Unfortunately, these muscles are some of the most neglected which commonly lead to issues like knee and lower back pain from having weakness in this chain (just think about it, what happens when you have a weak link in an actual chain? It negatively affects the integrity of the entire chain which in this case includes our back which I think we can all agree is NOT something we want to have issues with as it only controls like everything)…
So while all this great stuff is happening for us, the beauty is just because more emphasis is put on these muscles, we still don’t miss out on any other parts of the body, if anything I have seen even more improvements.
By running this program the way it is set up, every muscle is being worked 2x a week (more frequent than my OG PPL Plan) while still allowing us 2 days of rest a week to ensure we are getting ample recovery.
That is also part of why I enjoy this program so much, instead of not having any set days like the PPL Program, with this program we do have a set weekly schedule so we always know exactly what workout we have on what day of the week—I really enjoy this consistent, predictable structure to my lifestyle.
While this is all good and I want to shut up and just let you see for yourself, this isn’t actually the main reason it’s so much better.