CORE at Home: Pay What You Want

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When COVID unveiled its ugly head this past winter and forced the health/wellness industry to shut down I did what every fitness professional did:

Hyperventilated into a paper bag.

But after that, I did the second most germane thing:

Watched the entirety of Ozark on Netflix.

But after that, I created CORE @ Home: A weekly “stream” of 30-40 minute workouts people could perform in their living rooms (or wherever: bedroom, man-cave, hovercraft) using minimal equipment.

You can now purchase the entire series (3 months worth of programming which includes 36 total workouts) for whatever it is you want to pay.


Yep – that’s right.

Starting today you can purchase the entire enchilada for $1 or $1,000,000.00 or $47 (or anything in between).

Your choice.

What Do You Get?

  • Three workouts per week divided into three sections: Athlete, Build, Condition.
    • Athlete = Simple, anyone-can-do-them-trust-me-you’re-not-LeBron-James plyometric drills to help you conjure your inner athlete.
    • Build = The meat & potatoes or “traditional” iron work centered around exercises that use bodyweight, bands, kettlebells and/or dumbbells.
    • Condition = The part where you’ll hate life. Hahahaha. Just kidding.1[

Each workout includes coaching instruction providing simple cues to follow as well as options to make exercises more challenging or easier.

You also get a cameo from my Achilles rupture.

NOTE: To clarify: I didn’t rupture my Achilles during the actual filming of the workouts – I did it sprinting during a workout I was doing on my own. However, about half way through you’ll notice the model becomes infinitely more attractive because my wife was a trooper and filled in for me for a handful of weeks to demonstrate all the drills and exercises.

Nevertheless, given many of us are still reticent (or in many cases unable) to head back to our regular gyms it’s become  apparent more and more people are seeking out quality programming they can do in the comfort of their own home.

Programming that’s simple, easy to follow, effective, and also fun.

—> Check Out CORE @ Home <—

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Plus, get a copy of Tony’s Pick Things Up, a quick-tip guide to everything deadlift-related. See his butt? Yeah. It’s good. You should probably listen to him if you have any hope of getting a butt that good.

I don’t share email information. Ever. Because I’m not a jerk.
  1. But seriously, don’t kill the messenger.

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