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High Intensity Workouts ebook

Regular price $39.00

High Intensity Workouts was written in response to the large number of requests I receive for HIT workouts and routines. It contains one hundred workouts, including full-body workouts, split routines, body-part specialization workouts, consolidation workouts, along with detailed guidelines for performance.

This expanded second edition contains several additional chapters covering determining your optimal repetition range for different muscle groups and guidelines for advanced high intensity training methods and techniques including forced reps, hyper, forced negatives, drop sets, negative-only, negative-accentuated, static holds, and timed static contractions. 

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • General Performance Guidelines
  • Exercise Selection
  • The Best Exercises
  • Equipment Selection
  • Exercise Order
  • Finding Your Optimal Repetition Range
  • Advanced Repetition Methods
  • Warming Up
  • Rest Between Exercises
  • Workout Frequency
  • About The Workouts
  • Full-Body Workouts Consolidation Workouts
  • Split Routines
  • Body Part Specialization Workouts
  • Metabolic Conditioning Workouts
  • Workouts with Limited or No Equipment
  • Personal Favorites
  • Thank You
  • Ivanko Super Gripper Resistance
  • Captains of Crush Resistance

This book is included with Getting Ripped and High Intensity: The Annotated, Uncensored, Post Workout Delirium Induced Ramblings in the Classic High Intensity Training ebook Bundle


“Great book, great workouts! I’m a little hesitant with ebooks, because most of the ones I’ve ordered are a total ripoff (little content, way over-priced). This one is by far the best I’ve seen. These workouts will keep my training fresh for many many months/years. Thanks!”

– Brian

“Got the e-book and upon first glance Drew, it looks fantastic. I doubt too many people will appreciate what they received. They will only see the routines and hopefully will be thankful and apply them successfully. I see the years of reading and research that had to precede the compilation of those routines and for that I am thankful.”

– Bryan Frederick

“I would definitely give “High Intensity Workouts” a thumbs up. Inexperienced lifters will find this book to be an informative roadmap for their training, and experienced lifters can use it as checklist or motivation.”

– Jim Mardis