Workout Routines

Full Body Momentum (Hypertrophy)

Posted by Shaun LaFleur on

Routine Quick Glance Full Body 4 times a week. Great for lifters of all experience levels. 6 weeks of training followed by a deload. No dedicated leg day. Legs are performed with other muscle groups. Hypertrophy focused progression system. Versatile and easily customizable. Full Body Momentum is a full body hypertrophy focused routine performed four times a week that is aimed at lifters of all experience levels who want to focus primarily on muscle growth rather than strength. This routine focuses heavily on the concept of adding volume over time in the form of increasing the amount of sets performed...

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531 Momentum

Posted by Shaun LaFleur on

531 Momentum is an intermediate and advanced powerbuilding routine that utilizes the 531 progression system to generate steady strength progress on the big compound movements, while including additional training volume and training frequency to make sure you're getting an adequate amount of stimulus to not only gain strength, but pack on size as well. If your strength is not yet at intermediate levels, I suggest running my Novice Momentum routine for at least three months before running this routine.This routine has a healthy focus on auto-regulation, allowing you to perform this routine in any situation, whether you're cutting, bulking or somewhere...

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Novice Momentum

Posted by Shaun LaFleur on

This is a general strength and muscle (powerbuilding) routine aimed at beginners and those coming back from a long lay off. This routine is great for anyone looking to begin their journey of building a strong and attractive physique while improving their overall health and is safe and effective for men and women of all ages. The routine consists of two different workouts that are executed on three non-consecutive days each week, followed by two days of rest and then repeated again where you left off. This means that on week one you'd perform Workout A twice, and week two you would perform...

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