Art of Strength includes training methods and equipment proven to work across a wide spectrum of users, including elite athletes and fitness enthusiasts.
Art of Strength is today’s embodiment of the timeless concept of Physical Culture: how to train for maximum functional strength, giving you a body that is even stronger than it looks, more durable, less prone to injury, and more resilient.
Art of Strength includes training methods, equipment and programs that have been proven to work across a wide spectrum of users, including elite athletes, fitness enthusiasts, first responders, adolescents, and anyone looking to get more out of life. - Art of Strength
Undulation Training System
Undulation training is a workout in which you make a series of wave patterns with ropes. It has been featured on The Biggest Loser and Good Morning America and was voted as the "Best Cardio Workout of 2009" by Men's Health Magazine.
In a nutshell, undulation training will give you one of the best anaerobic workouts of your life!
If you want a strong back and core, then kettlebells are for you.
Kettlebells have been around for a long time. In fact, kettlebells were first mentioned in a Russian dictionary in 1704! Recently, kettlebells have become extremely popular among fitness enthusiasts because of their ability to get amazing results in less time.
Vintage Progression is based on weight training exercises used by strongmen during the 18th century. These excercises use a combination of thick-grip barbells/dumbbells and total body movements to strengthen your body as a single unit. This improves the efficiency of your workouts and develops functional strength.