Heavy Hitters 4.0 is NOT for you if…
You don’t have access to proper gym facilities or equipment
This is the minimum equipment you’ll need.
We can work around and use variations or substitute exercises, but if you won’t have access to at least a barbell and squat rack for the next few months…
You are better off with my Minimum Equipment Program (MEP), or my Functional Bodyweight Program.
Your highest priority is strength training or bodybuilding, and not Muay Thai.
If you prioritise S&C over MT training, you’ll become a great general athlete rather than a great fighter.
No true fighter can afford to neglect MT training – this program is a supplement, NOT a replacement for your Muay Thai training.
And if you want a general strength training or bodybuilding program, rather than a Muay Thai-specific performance program…
You will be better off with another program, as this program is designed to prioritise Muay Thai performance and fight-specific athleticism over anything else.
You are already working with a competent S&C coach who understands the demands of Muay Thai, and can tailor the training specifically for you in person
If you can afford it, nothing beats working with a competent coach in person.
If you’re one of the few that is fortunate enough to be working with one (because there are very few in the world who understand both S&C and Muay Thai) – count your blessings, stay committed to doing whatever your coach tells you to do, and DON’T join this program.
The last thing I want you to do is to split your focus between your current coach, and my program. Full focus is the key to success in any endeavor.
If you’re going to split your focus you can forget about making any significant progress. Because the thing about half-commitment is that it doesn’t get half-results… it gets NO results.
You don’t want to learn a thing about human anatomy, biomechanics, functional movement patterns, and how to scientifically optimise the body for Muay Thai
This program is based on scientific principles.
And to really improve as a fighter, you’ve got to at least understand the basics of how your body works, so you’ll know how to use it to its fullest potential and make proper decisions on a daily basis.
Part of the fighter’s journey is learning and gaining master over yourself – your body, mind, and spirit, how each of them operate, and how to use them to their fullest potential.
If you are totally afraid of science and learning, and aren’t willing to face the responsibility of making educated decisions on your own… this is not the right program for you.