Size & Strength For Your Back
A Repeatable, Flexible Program For Getting A Jacked Back
8 Week Size & Strength For Your Back
This is the missing piece in everyone's training. Well, that is if you are like most people. Priority has been given lately to the squat, bench and deadlift. This makes sense as the sport of powerlifting has exploded recently. Specificity, training the movements you compete in or want to get stronger with, makes sense.
But this is what everyone gets wrong. In an effort to specialize their training, they forget about one of the most important muscle groups; the back. Back training isn't necessarily sexy. In the mirror, your arms, chest and abs take all the attention. On the platform, no one asks what your pull up strength is.
This is a mistake.
Your back takes up more area than your chest. Your back is responsible for stabilizing your spine, resisting rotation and assisting in all the big three lifts. A stronger, bigger back can only assist in your pursuit of strength and aesthetics. Want to bench more? You need strong lats to create a powerful pad to press off of. Want to deadlift more? Those lats will help keep the bar close to you and prevent rounding.
Convinced? Well there's one more problem.
People don't take back training as seriously as other muscle groups. Sure, other people train their back. But they don't actively try to get better at the lifts. Our Big Back Hypertrophy program is aimed at helping you get a bigger, stronger back. To do this we will use one major back exercise as the primary focus; the pull up.
Elegant and simple, the pull up is the perfect exercise to progressively overload. Requiring minimal equipment and a ton of possible variations, it is a versatile tool in anyone's back training program. This free program WILL make you stronger. It will build a bigger back.
And don't be surprised if your other lifts go up as well. Best of all? It's free.
Now lets build that back.
Omar & Mike
Kizen training is the result of three coaches coming together to combine their collective experience into a new training approach. Between Bart Kwan, Michael Farr & Omar Isuf they have over 3 decades of practical coaching & lifting experience. Their position is unique in the industry as none of them were gifted with any special physical talents. They are just three regular guys that love to lift & love to teach about lifting. Through extensive research, experience, trial/error & learning from the best in the field, they've figured out what they feel is the most effective approach to training.
The aim of Kizen training is to provide a highly effective no frills approach to lifting. Get the results we wished we could have achieved when we first started lifting. No gimmicks, false promises or untested principles. Just battle tested lifting advice from three industry veterans. Our concept of lifting revolves around the notion of continuous improvement. We are constantly striving to get better & more importantly, help YOU get better.
Whether your goal is to lose weight, get stronger, build muscle, be more athletic or a combination of any of those, we are confident we can help you reach your goal.