High Frequency Training Program

Today my friend Chad Waterbury released a new training called HFT2. HFT is short for high frequency training, which is a concept I use heavily in my own training and with my clients.

You’re getting the finished product of the program, but I’ve spoken to Chad on a near weekly basis for the past four months about this program and have seen it come to fruition, and I think it’s a very good program. I actually gave him a testimonial, and I don’t do that often unless I really believe in the program.

Chad also includes a bunch of really good instructional videos to go along with the program, as well as workout logs to help track your progress. So in short, he gives you the blueprint for success, it’s just up to you to put in the work.

I’ve never been one to make a cheesy sales pitch, but if you’re looking for a new training program to try, I’d recommend giving this one a whirl. If you’ve never used a high frequency approach, I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised—I know I was. And if you’re used to high frequency training, Chad’s program will help you figure out how to plan everything so you aren’t beating your joints, which is the hardest part of high frequency training.

It’s on a big sale this week for the product launch, so check it out while the price is a steal.

You can read more about it HERE.