Forerunner Program - Fat Loss

Try The First 7 Days Of The Forerunner Fat-Loss Program

Fat Loss
  • No access to a gym? No problem, we have a version of the program built specifically for working out at home with minimal equipment (only resistance bands are needed).

What is the Forerunner Program?


Is this a running program?

Not at all. This program is built purely for fat loss. While there is cardio involved, this program is not meant to make you a better runner. The name “Forerunner” comes from the Halo Universe and serves no other purpose than to fit my program naming scheme, because yes, I am that much of a nerd.

How does the Free Trial work?

You will get to experience the full first week of the program. That includes the first week of training, nutrition, and access to the private community and coaching calls. At the end of the trial you can decide to opt into the full program or go a different route.

Do I need access to a gym? Can I perform this workout at home?

The regular Forerunner Program will require a gym. However, we do also have an “At-Home” version that can be done with only resistance bands. You will have access to both of these with your trial.

How is the program delivered?

Upon sign up, you will receive an email to set up your training account through the HypertroFit Training App. Once your account is active you will have full access to the program.

How much weight can I lose with this program?

While I can’t guarantee a specific result, the program is designed to help you lose 1-2 lbs per week on average (this may increase if you have a significant amount of weight to lose). The nutrient calculator automatically adjusts your intake needs based on changes in weight. The better your compliance, the more likely it is that you’ll find your weight moving in this direction.

How many days per week of training are in the program?

The Spartan Program is a 5 day per week training plan that can also be performed as a 4 day per week plan by dropping the 5th day each week.

I’m brand new to lifting weights, is this a good plan to start with?

This could be a bit too challenging for a beginner but there are ways of adapting it to suit your needs. If you would like to discuss your options or see if there is another path for you, feel free to contact me here.

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