Back in March I wrote a piece called “Three books you should have”. All three were written by my friend, Strength and Conditioning coach, Tom Kelso. Well Tom has done it again. He has created another great training tool called 100 of the best STRENGTH TRAINING WORKOUTS. Instead of a book, he has put all of this great information on one, compact Data CD. Keep reading to see what you get.

100 ready-to-use workouts, including:

▪ 40 total body.

▪ 30 upper body.

▪ 30 lower body.

A detailed explanation of each workout, including workout recording forms to track your progress.  You choose the exercises based on your available equipment.

Workout variety: use barbells, dumbbells, plate-loading machines, selectorized machines, body weight exercises and/or other objects — heavy, moderate and light resistances — high, medium and low repetitions — varied rest times between exercises and workout completion times ranging from 5 to 55 minutes.

Print the recording forms and use to track your progress.

A variety of workouts that can be used for strength gains, weight gain, fat loss, muscular endurance and conditioning fitness.

Instructions and tips on recording workout data, the importance of training intensity and progression, the overload protocols used in all workouts, weekly training formats to use and how to vary training over an entire year for maximum results.

A comprehensive exercise list to choose from when selecting exercises: 1) conventional strength training exercises performed with free weights, machines, body weight or other objects/devices and 2) circuit/interval exercises for circuit and interval-type workouts including body weight, implement and running/moving type of exercises.

A catalog listing of all workouts that includes a detailed breakdown of each regarding its purpose, the resistances and repetitions used, rest time between sets and exercises, total number of sets used and the approximate time to complete each workout.

An outstanding reference for personal trainers, resistance training enthusiasts, coaches or anyone seeking sensible training guidelines, a variety of workouts, proven results, new training plan options and a comprehensive exercise list to reference.

If all of this sounds like something you cold use, go straight to and pick up your copy today!



2 Responses

  1. I have heard good things about tom kelso.

    What would be really interesting would be to have some sort of “deck of cards” type workout situation.

    You have a bunch of workouts, then one day you are randomly given an upper body workout (for example). The next day you do a random lower body workout, and so on.

    I heard crossfit workouts are more or less randomly inserted into the schedule.

    I like the fact that you don’t know what is coming next.

    Anyways, thanks for the post!


    • Hey Ian,

      Have you noticed our CARD P.T. program? It is on the right side of the blog. Check it out. I think it may be exactly what you are looking for.


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