Interested in what Athletic Strength Institute has to offer, but don’t live close enough to train with us? No problem! We also offer individualized online training and nutrition programs that include most of the components offered in our in-house training options.
Every month we will develop a new, individualized training program for our ‘virtual’ clients. These clients will also have unlimited access via email to an ASI coach.
We provide individualized training programs based on your goals. Our online programs are based around your skill level and experience, the number of days you would like to train, and the equipment available to you.
Whether you’re aiming to perform better in your sport, compete in a bodybuilding or fitness competition, or shed some unwanted body fat, we can develop an individualized training, nutrition, and supplement strategy that is right for you and your goals.
We do not believe in a one-size-fits-all approach to anyone’s training, nutrition, or supplement program.
All online training programs require a minimum duration of 12 weeks.
Our nutrition programs are built around sound nutritional principles developed by Precision Nutrition. The Precision Nutrition approach focuses on life-changing, habit-based nutrition coaching.
The underlying theme of our approach to nutrition is perfection isn’t necessary for success – consistency is.
We’ve built our nutrition program on the latest information available and have implemented Precision Nutrition’s approach integrating change psychology, metabolic physiology, and nutrient biochemistry into a program real people can use to get incredible results.
Since the people at Precision Nutrition are scientists and coaches we are confident our clients are getting the most up-to-date, research proven, client-centered nutrition coaching available today.
How it Works
Our approach to nutrition is a full year and curriculum based. It is divided into 2-week habit blocks each with a set of structured habits and lessons.
For the first several months we’ll tell you what do. This will give you a clearly structured system and remove uncertainty.
While you can still customize habits to your needs and nutritional levels, early habits will focus on the basics.
Each day clients log in to a personal home page (the “Today” page) and tells them what to do today.
Clients get a lesson to read such as short articles, or other informative pieces, that ask questions, suggest ideas, explain why we’re doing something, etc.
Each lesson ends with “What to do today”, clearly defining what the next steps are for the client.
Each week you will measure and record your progress. This can be body measurements or other metrics you’d like to track such as energy levels or sticking to an exercise program.
Every two weeks you will receive a new habit to try and practice and every month you will have the opportunity to upload photos to track your progress.
Habits are simple daily tasks to do.
You’ll only be asked to work on one habit at a time for 2 weeks at a time. Then, a new habit will be added, as the older ones become more and more a part of your daily routine.
Each habit/lesson develops the skills for future habits/lessons. Later habits and lessons return to themes and ideas from earlier ones.
Habits progress sequentially, one after the other.
We start with the foundational behaviors, and then build on them. These are the “anchor habits” and are things you can do anytime, anywhere. They’re the.
Habits have a specific order for a reason.
This what we call “Things before things”. This approach ensures the foundation is in place before progressing.
Many of the habits will offer a Level 1 and a Level 2 option.
For example, one of the habits is eating at least five servings of colorful fruits and vegetables.
If you haven’t been eating a lot of fruits and vegetables, mix it up! Keep it simple and just get in the habit of eating a variety of colorful fruits and veggies.
If you’re a pro at eating fruits and vegetables, you could use this habit to fine tune your consumption. You could try:
- Improve your consistency.
- Eat more servings, especially of vegetables.
- Try new veggies.
- Try a new way of preparing a favorite veggie.
- Aim to consume more dark leafy greens. Hit the supermarket and try something in season, or buy something organic.
We believe with a habit-based nutrition program that focuses on changing habits one at a time anyone can accomplish their goals.