Farmer Gym's 2-Month Trainer
$10.99
By Jason Harle

Simple. Challenging. Effective. The 2-Month Trainer is an 8-week strength and conditioning program designed to enhance one’s overall fitness. With 12 simple yet effective movements (plus some supplemental running and stretching), the program challenges the whole body. The Trainer anticipates that you will work out 5 days a week, with 2 days of built-in rest, stretching, and some jogging. You will proceed through the Trainer day by day, just as you would a daily calendar.

Reviews:
"I'm lovin' the 2-Month Trainer... And it's kickin' my butt!"
- Matt N., U.S. Army Green Beret

"This is an amazing book for simple, straight forward workouts that work. It allows you to adjust each workout to the individual and since it repeats certain exercises allows you to see grow and strength development. After finishing the 2 month trainer not only did my strength improve, but I gained 10 pounds of muscle, while also improving muscle definition greatly. I would recommend this book to anyone wanting to improve their personal fitness and has a time limited workout schedule."
- Anonymous Amazon Customer
 

"The book is perfectly straight to the point. The workouts are awesome and they explain every exercise in the book. Highly recomended."
- Scott F. S., Amazon Customer

Sample Workout:
Week 7, Day 5

Movements:
Lunge, Kettlebell Swing, Row
Time:
30:00

How to: Starting at minute 0, perform 5 Lunges (per leg), followed by 10 Kettlebell Swings, followed by 10 Rows (each arm), followed by rest for as little or as long as you need. Once you are ready, repeat the 10 Lunges (each leg), 10 Kettlebell Swings, 10 Rows (each arm) movement pattern. As time goes on, and you feel you must adjust your repetitions – from 5 to 3, and/or 10 to 7, and/or 10 to 7, for example – do so; also, if you feel you must adjust your rest – from 15 seconds to 30 seconds, for example – do so. Perform this alternating Lunge, Kettlebell Swing, and Row process until you reach minute 30. Calculate your total repetitions and use that number as a measurement and benchmark of progression for when you perform this workout in the future.

# of Lunges:
Lunge Weight:
# of Kettlebell Swings:
Kettlebell Weight:
# of Rows:
Row Weight:

Notes: