The following post is sponsored by FitFluential LLC on behalf of Soldier of Steel™.
As a FitFluential Ambassador, I was chosen to help promote the National Guard’s Soldier of Steel™ transformational workout plan. This is perfect timing to help me get my booty into shape for summer. I’m going to be the WOMAN OF STEEL by the end of summer. Now if I can just find my chin up bar.
This workout plan is no joke! With a name like Soldier of Steel™ I can’t imagine anyone would think it was a light workout, now you can’t say I didn’t warn you. If you take on this workout program, it’s going to kick your
ass, I mean booty (family friendly, right?). The plan allows one full rest day each week, otherwise training is expected every day. Each hard day is followed by an easier recovery day. Thank goodness for that! I like to recover, don’t you?
My workout program has been pretty lame lately. I’ve been doing some short interval runs, but I have been so focused on work and preparing for vacation that my workouts have fallen to the back burner. Well, this program is going to light that fire back under my
ass (oops, I said it again) and whip me into shape. I am looking forward to it.
Mark Twight, Hollywood fitness trainer, pushed cast and Soldiers with a unique workout plan, helping them to transform for their respective roles. Here is a great clip about how the actor playing Superman in the new movie MAN OF STEEL™ got into killer shape with the Soldier of Steel™ trainer as well.
Are you ready to become a super hero with me? Check out SoldierofSteel.com/Workouts where you will be able to:
- Download a one-month training routine developed by celebrity trainer Mark Twight
- Learn how Mark transformed Henry Cavill into the MAN OF STEEL™
- Watch fitness training webisodes
- Receive training tutorials on 23 different exercises
According to the workout plan:
This training plan does not have physical mastery as its objective. Instead, following this guidance and schedule will teach the trainee fundamental and universal movements, and begin to instill the habit of daily exercise. The most important characteristic of being trained is a strong work ethic.
Much of the plan can be done with limited space and minimal equipment. There are instructions to modify moves that may be too challenging as well. Except for that darned chin up bar, I have everything I need. The requirements are as follows:
- Open space
- Pull-up bar (I know it’s here somewhere… in the meantime, here are modification options)
- Box or bench to jump on (20-24” in height)
- Dumbbells of varying weights
- Barbell with plates of varying weights
- Access to low-impact “cardio” machines (i.e. rowing machine, stationary bike, elliptical machine) or swimming pool
Are you ready to join me? Can I get a “Yes SIR!!” Yes, you can call me SIR because it sounds so much better than “Yes Ma’am”, don’t you think? Anyway, I’ll also report back as I get started with this plan in full. You might see me flying into your town to save the day. I can dream, right?
Perhaps you have questions for Mark Twight, the trainer for this program. Join the Twitter chat on Thursday, June 20th. Mark Twight will answer fan questions on the @NationalGuard Twitter handle. Follow the conversation from 3PM EST – 4PM EST at #TwightTakeover.
Wow, that sounds like an intense workout! I don’t think I could handle it, lol!
Sounds like the discipline I require to stick to a plan!
This sounds awesome! Going to share it with my husband who loved the movie.
Wow, this fitness plan sounds scary! There’s a reason wusses like me don’t join the military. Good luck and I hope to see you in that cape!
Oh my goodness- that pic of you is hilarious! How in the world did you figure that out!? Love this campaign and can’t wait to attack these awesome workouts.
Sounds like a great program. I looks forward to following along with your progress.
Love the sound of this workout plan. Really want to try it once my foot heals (no idea what’s wrong) but anyway love the cape.
A rowing machine is on my home gym wish list!
LOVE IT! Killer cape 😉
Love the picture. Best of luck putting your mind to it – seems really intense!