• FitRanX Sub-Level levels & Walk-in Fitness Workouts- Hilliard, OH

    FitRanX Sub-level & Walk-in Fitness Workouts- Hilliard, OH

    If it was easy everybody would be _______  
    Fill in the blank.

    Health, nutrition, pullups, business, career, kids, body, relationships, FitRanX, etc……..

    Strength is a journey.

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    It doesn’t just come in one week or one month. It’s a lifetime of being consistent and smart.
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    When someone is a beginner it will come a lot quicker (strength gains, noticeable change in overall fitness) then when someone has been training for 10+ years. Certain exercises will take longer then others. Its not a race.
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    3 x 52

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    I’ll be writing another article on the whole premise of 3 x 52. It simply means you train 3 times a week for 52 weeks every year. Until you die.
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    Those 3 workouts should be strength training based (weights, intervals, combination). Other workouts can be supplemented around those, but those 3 workouts are going to build your base for success. Most importantly should be completed 3 x 52.
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    With FitRanX it is a system of strength and fitness that progressively gets harder. It wasn’t meant to accomplish all 8 rounds in 8 months.
    Hilliard Fitranx testing for strength training

    Worldwide level uppers for FitRanX 3.0 as of 12.22.17

    I always explain it to people like thinking of the martial arts and the belts- White to Black. Most Black belts need to train for a minimum of 2-3 years with some taking more then a decade.
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    FitRanX is now in it’s version 3.0. Myself was the 19th person to pass level 7 when it was in version 2.0. Unfortunately I’ve been attempting to recover from an injury to move up the levels with 3.0 and eventually pass Level 8 🙂 It took me 3 times to pass level 5, 9 times to pass level 6, and 7 times to pass level 7.
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    Persistence pays off.
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    Everytime I didn’t level up, I knew what I needed to work on. So my focus would be increasing my exercises I didn’t pass while maintaining the others.
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    It’s supposed to be hard. The harder it is the more it will change you- physically and mentally. Because you cannot pass the higher levels 4 and above, without making a huge change in strength, body composition and mental toughness. Level 4 is when a second tri-set is added to the mix.
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    Sometimes this change is going to require a change up in your training to focus more on getting the exercise or exercises that are difficult for you. All the time there will be a need to change your nutrition to keep improving your strength, support the output you are making and to change the body composition.
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    FitRanX founder, Nick Rians, has made it progressively better as version 1.0 then 2.0 and now 3.0 has come out. I remember with 2.0 that level 4 was harder then level 5, and 6 was harder then 7. 1.0 had biceps curls and triceps kickbacks and some other exercises that don’t really make any sense when it comes to strength and fitness.
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    Still some people need a little more push and motivation when it comes to progressing.
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    Remember you need to constantly stress the body with either more weight, reps, time under tension, more distance, etc.  Not every single time though. The body will burn out if you keep pushing it to the max. That’s one of the reasons we implemented the percentage based training model- read the Percentage Based Training Blog Post here.
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    Starting with December’s FitRanX assessments the week of Christmas 2017, we will be implemented sub levels of FitRanX and walk-in workouts for those not assessing. Always remember- 3 x 52— No excuses.

    SUB-LEVEL FitRanX 

    Sub-level simply mean that you can still level up partially instead of fully up to the next level. So level 1.1, 2.4, 3.8, 4.9 and so forth.
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    With each level before you take the assessment everybody starts off as if you are going to pass. Then if you don’t for every exercise you do miss .1 will be taken off. So if you miss everything except for 2 exercises on level 3 you will be on Level 2.8.
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    So now your goal is easy— to get to level 2.9 or 3.0.
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    WALK-IN Workouts

    Walk-in workouts will be available for those who absolutely do not want to assess. We want everybody to but sometimes certain things happen. So with that during the times that other members are assessing for FitRanX is a time that you can come in and get the FLO of the day in.
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    Because remember we always want 3 x 52 (3 workouts per week for 52 weeks out of the year).
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    This will also be good for people that do their assessment on the Super Saturday and then don’t want to do it again or the next level on the following make-up day (usually Monday).
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    The usual FitRanX Assessment day(s) are: Saturday 9-12 and then Monday regular class times: 515-645 am, 945-1030 am, 530-815 pm.
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    The holiday phase is usually a little messed up because of the Christmas and New Year’s so please check the schedule.
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    See you at the next assessment and here is to leveling up!
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    Stay Strong, Stay Positive, Be the Improvement Warrior!
    Jason Yun


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