Short duration, high intensity approach through Super-fast and Fast exercise routines
Anyone can do MaxT3 and it’s safe. Because the movements have to be quick you don’t need to use heavy weights, which can overstrain your joints or muscles. It’s a superior workout for anyone despite physical limitations, lack of fitness, weight, age, or gender. It was designed for use by Olympic and professional athletes or those trying to compete at the highest level but the great news is that it is fully adaptable so that beginner can use it to get in the shape of their life
Important for beginners and intermediates:
It is very important to modify the exercises to your level of conditioning. Pay close attention to all of the modifications are demonstrated in the videos. One of our mottos is “no one gets hurt” so we pay careful attention to making sure people work to their own abilities and maintain perfect technique.
Choose your Track
There is an unbelievable amount of flexibility and progression at your fingertips with Max T3. You have 2 “tracks” to choose from: Time Crunched, Vintage, which are really based on the time you are willing to commit to this exercise program. You also have 3 “levels” to choose from in each video: Beginner (gray shirt), Intermediate (red shirt), and Advanced (black shirt).
Time Crunched: 3 Days a Week, 12 Minutes per Day = 36 Minutes a Week TOTAL
This is great for beginners, for those with extremely limited time to invest, those who only want to work out 3 days per week or when traveling. You will definitely see the benefits of this type of exercise and takes away all time based excuses. This track starts with the SuperFast workouts for two weeks then moves into the Fast workouts.
Vintage: 6 Days a Week, 12 Minutes per Day = 71 Minutes a Week TOTAL
This is the recommended track that will elicit the best results in the shortest time. Your body will be challenged each day with a different focus (upper body, lower body, core, surge) to allow maximum results. It works on your SuperFast energy system for the first two weeks and then moves on to the Fast energy system. This allows your body to respond in the most efficient manner possible.
Here is an example of how this program would progress for someone who hasn’t really exercised before:
Month #1: Time Crunched – Beginner Level
Month #2: Time Crunched – Beginner Level
Month #3: Time Crunched – Intermediate Level
Month #4: Time Crunched – Intermediate Level
Month #5: Vintage – Intermediate Level
Month #6: Vintage – Intermediate Level
Months #7 – 12: Vintage – Intermediate Level
12+ Months: On to the Advanced Level! (if you dare, or if you can)
Here is how it could look for an elite athlete:
Month #1: Vintage – Advanced Level
Month #2: Vintage – Advanced Level
Month #3: Vintage – Advanced Level + extra weight/intensity (weight vest, dumbells)
Month #4: Vintage – Advanced Level + extra weight/intensity +Additional Training (weight training, endurance, sport practices, etc)