on the site figure athlete, there is an author named Wet Wolf who contributes to the site but also has an online diet/training programs that he offers. i have asked the girls over there what their experience has been like and they all have great things to say. anyone on this site ever worked with him?
he offers very no bullcrap advice, does not believe in excess cardio and extreme dieting. I have worked with someone in the past who had me in the gym 6 days a week doing 45min of cardio 6 days and training 4 days (im not a competitor, just need to lose weight and maintain my figure)
07-26-2009, 05:45 PM #1
- Join Date: Mar 2006
- Location: United States
- Age: 29
- Stats: 5'5", 125 lbs
- Posts: 192
- BodyPoints: 1933
- Rep Power: 175
anyone ever trained or dieted with WET WOLF over on figure athlete?
07-28-2009, 12:08 AM #2
- Join Date: Nov 2007
- Age: 46
- Stats: 5'0", 133 lbs
- Posts: 2,392
- BodyPoints: 187
- Rep Power: 1857
I've been doing the 5 million dollar program for about 6 weeks now and I love it! But I don't believe it's a muscle-building program.....although I can only think of 1 exercise that goes beyond 12 reps (iron crosses)
Don't let my stats below fool you. I have anywhere b/n 4 - 6 drinks a week and go out on weekends and I've been eating about 1900 cals a week which is my maintenance. (My weight runs b/n 115 - 120). I am also not a low carb eater either, 120g-160g is normal for me, and 250g is on the high side.
I love that the workouts are only an hour! I've never done Oly style lifting before and I can now do 65# OH squats when I just started off doing 45#. And I've worked my way up to 4 sets of 10 reps on Pistol Squats. Plate plushes, jumping split squats and iron crosses are some of my other faves.
And I LUV LUV the Metabolic circuits. His routines are fresh and if I were you I'd give the 5 million dollar program a try for a week.
I will say that I didn't feel like I got enough glute work w/this program (however, I did skip out on his sprint sessions for a couple of weeks which would've helped). So I've recently added in the following exercises at the end and decided to drop the ab ones. (I'm not a big fan of doing direct ab work since I'm not going for a 6 pack look. I think they get worked during many of the lifts and after doing ballet & gymnastics as a kid, I'm in the habit of walking around with my stomach sucked in....so I'm in a perma vacuum state which is good enough for me )
Workout #1 addition: 4x10x40# Cable Glute Kickbacks
Workout #3 addition: 4x40X15#s Walking Lunges
Workout #5 addition: 4x12X100# Donkey Kick Machine
The order of his programs are: Kiss, 1/2 Body, TBA, $5 Million... I jumped into $5 million having never done the others.
I've never followed any of his nutrition plans...I wasn't even aware he had some.
Jeff is supposed to be coming out with a new program....something conditioning...and I'm looking forward to it.
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07-28-2009, 06:08 AM #3
- Join Date: Jul 2008
- Location: Columbia, South Carolina, United States
- Age: 28
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I've also used some of his 'general population' workouts and Im definitely a fan.
Honestly, if I had the money (and plan to when I do get the money :P) I would go all in for a diet plan and a routine. Everyone on FA that has used him has been more than pleased, some (most, really) of the transformations have been incredible.
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