Program Details

Who it's for

A beginner to advanced one on one training program for men and women that requires gym access

Goals

  • Gain strength
  • Gain muscle
  • Burn fat
  • Learn the intricacies of the exercises prescribed to you
  • Education on a variety of nutritional aspects personalized to your individual needs

Schedule

  • Duration: Monthly Subscription
  • Starts: As soon as you signup
  • Ends: Immediately upon cancellation.

Requirements

  • Gym access is suggested but with the right home equipment you will be good to go
  • Dumbbells/Barbells
  • Flat Bench
  • Full power rack/half power rack/squat uprights
  • Experience or willingness to count and track macros
  • The inclination to learn about basic lifts and nutrition
  • Chin-up station/lat pull-down

What You Get

  • Weekly customized workouts based on preferences
  • Weekly program/nutrition check-ins
  • Personalized macronutrients targets to hit your goals
  • Example Meals
  • Example Templates
  • Customized Conditioning Routines
  • Support From Yours Truly
  • Engaging and Detailed Discussion on Fitness related subjects
  • Exclusive Form Instructional Videos for the Squat, Bench and Deadlift
  • Video form critique
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Overview

Introducing the 1:1 group for Fitocrats looking to get the a completely personalized program; and macronutrient breakdowns for gaining strength while adding size and burning fat.

Maybe you've dabbled with stronglifts or 5x5, maybe you haven't lifted much at all, maybe you're thinking about competing at a powerlifting meet. Perhaps you don't care much about strength but just want to look like a billion bucks...It doesn't matter.  

What matter is that you are willing to work hard and keep an open mind about learning new ideas and training philosophies. All while I guide you through a process oriented strength and nutrition journey. 

Do you want to hit the weights hard and see amazing gains, but not really sure how to start? Are you looking for a new program to not only keep your strength levels going up, but learn some important strength and nutrition lessons on the way?

This one's for you.

Yup, you've found the right coach to help you earn that athletic look you've always wanted but weren't quite able to achieve on your own.  Did I mention you will get strong?

About the Program

My Fitocracy 1:1 coaching is based on what I've learned from training myself (that's me pictured above!) and clients for the past 10 years.  I utilize various methods in my programming such as reactive training, the conjugate method, undulation, and linear periodization.  Together we can discuss what your preferences are and make a program that is yours and yours alone.

My program works well for people with two main goals: get incredibly strong and look good while doing it.. The reason this program works well with my clients is twofold:

  1. All of your sets, reps, weights are written out for you and are geared to your current strength levels. This takes the guess work out for you. Do what I tell you to do and the results will come. All you need to provide is the effort.
  2. Accountability. I will be watching everything you do and will give constructive criticism on areas that require it. No longer will you have program "ADHD", bouncing from routine to routine, which results in zero progress.

You will be provided with top notch programming, as well as enlightening tools that will help you maximize your progress. Plus, if you grant me access to your MyFitnessPal, I'll be able to troubleshoot any nutritional issues you may be having!

As part of the program you'll receive:

  • Customized program based on your current strength level, plus conditioning routines
  • Personalized macronutrient targets based on your goals
  • Example meals and templates
  • Unlimited Fitocracy Support
  • Discussion of fitness related subjects, myths etc
  • Exclusive form instructional videos for the squat, bench, and deadlift, and press
  • Video form crtique

Results

This is me maxing out on deadlifts a few months ago.

I have personally taken my deadlift from 345 to 675. It took many years to achieve this, but I did it. But I'm not showing you this to toot my own horn.

I want you to know that you can reach goals you never dreamed of if you put in these three key ingredients: consistency, dedication, and hard work.

Let's get down to it!

Testimonials

Here are some concrete numbers that some of my clients have hit while working with me:

Tomasz

  • Military Press: 101x3 -> 118x2
  • Barbell Squat: 180x3 -> 283x1
  • Front Squat: 147x3 -> 206x2
  • Deadlift: 234x3 -> 283x1
  • Barbell Bench Press: 124x3 -> 162x2

He did this all while losing 18 pounds of fat in only 8 weeks!!!

“My experience with Kyle as my trainer was phenomenal. I increased my bench press from 225 to 260 while sustaining a weight loss of 2 pounds a week.

Kyle was constantly available and offered me all the support I 

needed. When I had a question he immediately had the answer and his responses were meaningful, genuine and direct.”

– T.H. Vancouver, BC



Tony

  • Barbell Squat: 390x1 -> 425x1
  • Bench: 280x1 -> 315x1
  • Deadlift: 410x1 -> 450x1
  • Overhead Press: 185x1 -> 205x1

Claudia (Working with me for 5 months)

  • Barbell Squat: 136x3 -> 176x3
  • Bench: 146x1 -> 146x3
  • Deadlift: 186x3 -> 221x1
  • Overhead Press: 86x4 -> 106x1

She's done all of this while losing 21lbs and 10 inches from her hip, waist, chest, and biceps. She also dropped 4 pant sizes and has decreased her body fat% by 6%!

About the Trainer

This is me after training for a few months, and me about 8 years later. You wanna know the funny thing? I had actually gained weight to achieve the physique I had for that first pic. Yeah, I was a small guy.

Not only was I small but I was weak too. The barbell bench was all but impossible when I first touched a weight. Even though I was putting a ton of work in and eating six times a day, I remember asking myself if I'd ever look half decent.

But you know what?

It paid off. I read, and read, and read. I worked, and worked, and worked. Learning about dieting and bodybuilding consumed my time. To say I was passionate about it was an understatement. Now I've managed to sift through so much bullS%$& and figure out how to fast track the results I made to my clients.

I'm a competitive powerlifter for the past 3 years. My most cherished achievement was winning the bronze medal in the 105kg Open Class of 2013 Canadian Nationals. I'm currently training for a meet in February where I hope to total a touch over 727kg (1600lbs) in the 105kg (232lbs) weight class.

It's important for you to know that I wasn't always about getting strong. I started out like everyone else, trying to look good. The strength was a by product of that, and I had to put even more work onto the strength end to get to where I am today.

If you have any questions whatsoever feel free to ask by clicking the large blue button that says "More Questions." I'll get back to you pronto!

Testimonials

FAQs

How many hours a week will I need to work out?
This depends largely on the amount of time you can put into training. I generally do not use a training frequency of less than 3 days per week. Each session usually lasts 45-90 minutes depending on how advanced you are, and what kind of program suits you.
I have injuries preventing me from doing some exercises, can I still complete this course?
Yup. I will make sure we work around any injury to help you reach your goals. I have a lot of experience working with people with some pretty debilitating injuries.
How often are you available to answer questions?
I usually check Fitocracy/E-mails every 6-12 hours while I'm awake. I guarantee you won't go more than 24 hours without a question being answered.
Will I get macros with this program?
You bet!
How is the program delivered?
Since the program is based off of your current numbers, the program will be delivered using excel. The program will also be available as a workout that I will push to you on Fitocracy.
I have a home gym, what equipment is required to do this course?
You will need a rack for back squats, some sort of platform or ability to deadlift, and a flat bench to lie down to bench press on. You can easily use a rack as your setup for bench press. Other than that a barbell, and weights. That's the minimum. Other things that would be suggested: dip/chin station, dumbbells, bench that can go incline.

Kyle Grieve

The Pulling Machine

Kyle is a trainer who specializes in getting people strong while making significant alterations to body composition. To simplify this further, you're looking at a man who specializes in: strength, fat loss, and muscle gain.