Designed by Mat Fraser, the 5x CrossFit Games Champion and Fittest Man on Earth, the HWPO training program is a functional style training program that will bring out your best.
To say that Mat has learned a lot over the years of training for the elite levels of CrossFit would be an understatement. He’s had the opportunity to be coached by some of the world’s best coaches and trained alongside some of the best athletes in the sport.
He’s learned how to unleash his full potential, and in this program he shares that knowledge and experience with you.
HWPO is built for every type of athlete. This style of training works off of percentages, scaling, and modifying. For example, both beginner and advanced athletes can take on every workout with some simple adjustments and substitutions.
Mat makes sure this program provides flexibility, helping athletes of all levels progress and push their boundaries, and not only catering to the elite.
This program is not an arbitrary daily metcon composed of random movements crammed together just to spike your heart rate.
Instead, Mat takes you through workouts that are thoughtfully designed to lay down a solid foundation of strength and work capacity first. This is exactly what is severely lacking in many programs out there.
Whether you’re a beginner or you’ve been in the game for a while, you’ll take the time to revisit the basics and master the fundamentals. From there, the program builds off of itself, including a balance of skill work, strength and conditioning, and hypertrophy movements.
Each training block will evolve to progressively increase movement complexity over the course of several weeks. From powerlifting to weightlifting, strict gymnastics to kipping, and single-modality to a combination of multiple modalities, ramping up metcon frequency and intensity along the way.
If you’re preparing for a competitive season, training for a local competition, or just want to discover your own potential in the sport of fitness, this program was written for you.
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