EVERY WORKOUT IS COMPLETE
Do the proper warm-ups and activation exercises for the lifts of the day.
Your program is focussed on increasing strength in the main
compound lifts like the squat, bench press, deadlift and row.
Stretch properly after lifting to help prevent tightness and pain in the muscles and joints.
BUILT BY EXPERTS
M.S. Exercise Physiology
M.S. Exercise Physiology
We believe that many strength training options available today are incomplete. Optimal strength training should consist of a balance between mobility and strength work, while adhering to scientific principles.
We built this product to help people avoid the common pitfalls in strength training, so that they can get the most out of their efforts. This product is for people that want to get stronger and want to reduce tightness or muscle imbalances that hinder strength gains.
Try it out for free and let us know what you think!
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BEST CUSTOMER SERVICE
We are constantly working to make Gymscript better! Our number one priority is talking to our customers to gather feedback as well as give any additional guidance necessary for your strength journey.
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Our mathematical algorithm ensures that you are given the proper weight progressions to keep you challenged and getting stronger.
Easy to follow
Always know how many sets, reps and what exercises to do.
A ROAD MAP FOR STRENGTH
Gymscript is the first app that breaks down your fitness journey into discrete, time based blocks to help you build toward your goals overtime.
This structure optimizes your strength gains by helping you to avoid overtraining and get the right amount of variation. You will start small and then will continue to build upon your strength gains from previous programs as you try new mobility exercises.
Key Concept: Progressive Overload
Progressive Overload is a proven concept that is well documented in exercise science
research. It means that greater and greater demands are required to continue the adaptations in the body. In other words, you must continuously increase the amount of weight you are lifting in order to get stronger and build more muscle.
This requires focussing on and sticking to a set of movements for a period of time with the right amount of weight and correct frequency. This is a clear contrast to the common misconception that "changing it up" every time you exercise is the best strategy. Remember, strength is measured specific to a particular movement. So, the best strategy is to stick to a movement long enough to see yourself get stronger in that movement.
Progressive Overload also requires keeping your body mobile and balanced. Many people sit for too long causing muscle imbalances and tightness that can hinder strength gains and increase risk of injury. It is critical to incorporate specific movements to counter the negative effects of sitting at a desk for too long.