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Online Training Plans

Get rid of boxes full of training plans and endless spreadsheets

Make it easier to create individual workouts for each athlete

Achieve your goals faster and safer

Spend less time on boring and repetitive tasks

Work where and when you want


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How to make training activities more purposeful, successful, safer and fun with online training plans

Stories and interviews with the coaches and athletes we meet every month

Upcoming new workout plans exercise descriptions and general physical training topics




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Personal Trainer With A Big Heart in Odessa

Meet Alexander Melnichenko for this interview in his home-town Odessa, Ukraine. He is a fitness personal trainer and TRX specialist who sees his profession as much more than showing workout exercises to his clients.

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Stronger On Gym Machines

With this full body strength machines program, you will get strong in the gym as safely and quickly as possible. The 12 exercises cover the major muscle groups and strengthen those muscles who work together for the main movements in a balanced way.

  • Learn to move and reach your goals with the right drills

Learn to Move and Reach Goals With the Right Drills

This blog post describes the Fit Drills training philosophy. We call it the open human movement and performance framework or learn to move and reach your goals with the right drills.

  • Denis Mikolenko

Professional Bodybuilding Ukraine

We meet Denis Mikolenko for this interview in his home-town Cherkassy, Ukraine. He is a professional bodybuilder and personal trainer.

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First Pistol Squat For Beginners

Master the deep squat on one leg. This program gives you all the details of each workout until you master your pistol squat with ease after only about ten weeks.

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Fit For The Slopes

With Fit Drills Workouts you will be ready for great fun on and off-piste. The free plan Kick-Start Your Body should be your first step. Practice this high-intensity full-body circuit three to five times a week and your body will say thank you right from the first run!

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