• A straightforward portion control nutrition plan (similar to the 2 Day Fix) that will fuel your body and can be customized to meet your goals—whether you want to lean out, sculpt and maintain what you’ve got, or build muscle.
Remember, these trainers both have PROVEN programs that have helped thousands of people from the comfort of their own home! My job as a Coach is to help you get started and to support you through this program…and don’t worry, I will be there every step of the way!
Get ready fitness fans! The Master’s Hammer and Chisel is set to hit the shelves on Team Beachbody on December 1st! You can get this program exclusively through a coach for the first week! For the very first time, 2 celebrity trainers have teamed up to create a program that people will be raving about for decades! Body Beast’s Sagi Kalev and the 21 Day Fix’s Autumn Calabrese have joined forces to create a program that is has proven techniques and will results in a masterpiece physique.
What Is The Master’s Hammer And Chisel?
•This program includes an innovative resistance-training system that includes all three phases of muscle sculpting, known as SSP Training. This type of training will rapidly build, chisel, and refine a masterpiece physique in just 60 days. Most other programs only focus on one or two phases. While this might give you decent results, focusing on all 3 can give you amazing results. The Master’s Hammer and Chisel program incorporates all three methods to help you relentlessly chip away fat and carve every muscle for a strong, toned body in 60 days.
• Sculpt your ultimate physique with 12 brand-new workouts that incorporate the three phases of SSP Training— Stabilization, Strength, and Power that are essential to building a powerful and perfectly defined body.
• A comprehensive program from experienced trainers and award-winning fitness competitors, Sagi Kalev and Autumn Calabrese.
• Includes options to adapt certain exercises if you have limited access to equipment. Also includes a modifier who demonstrates some moves at a lower intensity for those who may not be at as high of a fitness level when beginning the program.