LOWER BODY BASICS PHASE 2
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Lower Body Basics FAQ
Here are the most common questions we get asked about the LLB program:
When you feel like you have ‘nailed’ the exercises in Phase 1, you’re ready to progress on. You shouldn’t stay on Phase 1 for too long because you will need to adapt the stimulus and progress on with some of the easier exercises. You can always move on to Phase 2 and keep in some of the more difficult exercises Phase 1 in your program too.
No! We have Programmed them in this way for a reason & you should start with LBB1 first! Even our Olympic and Pro Athletes start with LBB1 and none of them have hit the strength standards in it initally so it would be a mistake to skip all of the amazing stuff in Phase 1.
If you’re consistent for 4-6 weeks, your body will feel like brand new .But you get Lifetime Access so you can do it for as long as you need.
Not at all. With the LBB program, there is both a beginner and an advanced option so you’ll be able to choose which one suits you. You can even build-up to the advanced one later on if you like.
Nope! Over 250 professional athletes have done the LBB program and most of the exercises involved are things a lot of the athletes have found tricky, so it won’t be too easy for you.
If you’re currently injured or have other health issues consult your doctor or health care professional before starting this program.
Do not start this program if you’ve been advised against it by your physician or health care provider.
If you experience any of the following while doing this program you should stop immediately:
- Shortness of breath
This program offers information in relation to breathing, mobility and strength training and is designed for educational purposes only. It is not suitable as a substitute for professional medical advice.
Of course! The breathing, mobility, and strength exercises actually complement a lot of other training programs.
No gym equipment is needed for the LBB program. You can add weights to some of the exercises if you like, but it’s not needed.
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