[Program review] Infinite Elgintensity, P.U.G. plans for ultimate gains

Hello all,

I just finished my 16-week weightlifting program or Infinite Elgintensity PUG (https://www.infiniteelgintensity.com/) and have an excellent experience so I thought I would give a review of the program.

about me:

Age 31 -> 32 (by weight)

Height 6 '' 4 "-> 6 '4"

Weight 290 -> 240

Position / Outside the gym: a sedentary lifestyle

General History / Training:

I trained about 3 years ago, and all of that was in my slowly evolving home. I am pursuing a strong man-style training, and I have followed a few of Brian's paid plans and endless free online programs, both of which are Garrett Plevens. A few weeks of Juggernaut A.I. Which I would not recommend. About 4 months before P.U.G, I found myself in a state of calm where I used to go to the garage and practice it without guidance, so I knew I needed to get back on track.

diet:

Besides losing direction, I was too fat because of my desire, so I wrote what I was eating every day I worked and decided to fast with H.I.I or heart on my holidays. So I had 1/4 cups of dry rice and 3 ounces cooked chicken about 1.5 hours before the exercise. W / O consisted of 4 eggs, 1 cup rice (dry size), 8 oz chicken breast and 8 oz (87/13) ground beef divided between two meals but all food was eaten in a window 18/6. On my vacation days, I kept quiet until I worked the next day.

Results:
Squat 435 -> 480
Seat 265 -> 280
Deadlift 475 -> 505
Strict OHP 165-> 180
Each original 1RM was tested mid-program so it may be a bit low.

the program:

When buying, I was hooked with my boss Tom Mannion who went through the usual questionnaire and asked for a video of the 4 large elevators plus some accessory accessories. The weight lifting program set me up 4 days a week, two days in the lower body, two days in the upper body, and enough work to keep me less than two hours I had asked for it. Then I thought I was getting a block for only 4 weeks at a time, sending it and then getting the next four weeks. Tom finished week to week with me, adjusted on a set of my recent collections and was available for any questions I might face (something I didn't use but should have) and I was able to get rid of the load when I started bitch about my elbows.

Experience, ideas and moving forward:

For what I paid ($ 150) I got more than I thought I would get. Tom's programming style is a higher-intensity method that I have learned is not the best for me. It may be a calorie deficiency or just my body is a bitch but it seems I am more of a prostitute size than a person with a higher density because my elbows kept on the back and my thigh told me when to call it a day.
But all I was told was I had a great experience, I lost 50 pounds of weight and added very little to my collection. I got a coach who was working all the time and I have a fresh look at the unique style of programming.

Go ahead, I'll be back to the strong man. As big as this was weightlifting just gets a little too frequent for me. I hate replacements eagerly as he hates me but I love the dead squatting and stones.

I recommend this program:

I recommend Infinite Elgintensity (which includes more trainers), I recommend Tom Mannion, if weightlifting is your sport. I will probably go back to the middle of next year just to raise the squat, bench and Deadlift as high as I can. I recommend that you eat as a damn horse for best results and I recommend doing so lead to a meeting.
This was fun for me, please feel free to ask any questions or correct the English grammar that you wrote drunk.


LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Stay in Touch

To follow the best weight loss journeys, success stories and inspirational interviews with the industry's top coaches and specialists. Start changing your life today!

Related Articles