Eric Snaell The Fit Businessman - Outdoor Edition
The Outdoor Edition video guide is packed with Explosive Mode exercises that will fire up your fast-twitch muscle fibers and help you develop the body of an athlete. The video is accompanied by a booklet with additional tips on outdoor exercises, nutrition, recovery and training programmes. Check out the trailer below and download the Outdoor Edition video today.
What Do The Results Look Like?
Expect the demonstrated training and nutrition advice to shape your body to resemble more a sprinter than a marathon runner. The goal is not only to look like an athlete by training like one, but also to expend energy in order to generate new energy. Training outdoors will provide an extra dose of sunlight and oxygen, and most importantly: the real taste of freedom. Upgrade your lifestyle today.
Ignite your muscle growth and improve your agility through Explosive Mode training.
Fuel your body correctly to lower your body fat. Modify your daily eating habits instead of wasting time on endless cardio.
Learn what additional equipment professional athletes use for more effective, motivating and fun training sessions.
Meet Your Trainer
Eric Snaell is not a personal trainer, he's a banker. Banking is far from a sport related profession. If you work in the police force or in the fitness industry, it would actually be a surprise if you would not be fit. But managing any nine-to-five desk job and a family life can make it difficult to stay in shape. Eric Snaell has never competed in the Olympics and has never broken a national record in any sport. But he has found the training methods and nutrition tricks to motivate himself and others to stay fit for life.
The Outdoor Edition includes Eric Snaell's signature exercises to improve your posture to ensure you look good in suit.
Why Explosive Mode Works
Explosive Mode speed and strength training engages fast twitch muscle fibers that are traditionally overlooked in regular fitness training. But fast twitch muscle fibers are more prone to muscle growth than slow twitch muscle fibers (ref 1). Furthermore, explosive training is proven to be beneficial even for endurance athletes (ref 2). So everyone can benefit from mixing in explosive exercises in their training. Not only does it bring variety to the training, but it's also a lot of fun.
What Do You Get With The Outdoor Edition?
Improve your agility and mobility while warming up.
Video Chapter 1
Increase your running speed and vertical jump.
Video Chapter 2
Improve your strength with creative outdoor exercises
Video Chapter 3
Learn what additional equipment you can spice up your training with.
Video Chapter 4
Speed up your progress by recovering faster between the work-outs.
Video Chapter 5
Lower your body fat just by slightly modifying your daily eating habits.
Video Chapter 6
+ The Outdoor Edition Booklet
The Outdoor Edition Booklet was written to answer all the questions that may arise when watching the Outdoor Edition Video Guide. It contains additional information for each Video chapter as well as suggested training programmes for athletes of different levels and different sport backgrounds.
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2 exercises and 2 superfoods to burn fat and build muscle.
Eric Snaell the Fit Businessman compiled this booklet to answer the frequent 'How can I look like you?'-question. The booklet focuses on the small training and eating practices that get any recreational athlete from fit to ripped.
Outdoor Edition FAQ
Would you like to customize the Outdoor Edition to your needs and have one-to-one support from Eric Snaell? This is also possible.
Click here to find out more about the Personalized Outdoor Edition.
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2.Taipale RS, Mikkola J, Nummela A, Vesterinen V, Capostagno B, Walker S, Gitonga D, Kraemer WJ, Häkkinen K.Strength training in endurance runners.Int J Sports Med. 2010 Jul;31(7):468-76. doi: 10.1055/s-0029-1243639. Epub 2010 Apr 29.