LBB PHASE 1 FAQ
Q. How will LBB help me?
A. Pelvis, hips, knees, ankles and feet. Achilles, calves, hamstrings, quads and glutes. This is a full lower body program to help all of those areas get stronger and more mobile. This is all of the basics that I want every client to be able to do….but the majority cannot.
Q. How is it structured and how do I follow it?
A. It’s structured to allow you to do as much or as little as you want / need. 10 minutes a day is all you need for the breathing & mobility work. The strength work can be done twice a week (or more if you like) and will take about 20 minutes.
Q. How Long does the program last?
If you are consistent for 4-6 weeks then you will feel like you have a completely new body. Some people love the exercises so much that they continue with them for several months. There’s no end date on the program so you can do it for as long as you need.
Q. Is it a once-off payment?
A. Yep, and you won’t find a better value program anywhere else.
Q. Does the program expire?
A. Nope, you will be able to download the program; it’s yours to keep forever; always there for you in your time of need.
Q. Will the program be too advanced for me?
A. Nope! There are ‘beginner’ and ‘advanced’ options to choose from so it will also give you something to work towards. Start slow and build it up.
Q. Will the program be too easy for me?
A. Nope! Over 250 professional athletes & Olympians have done this program now. This program has a lot of the stuff that most athletes seem to have neglected. No-one has hit the targets for the hamstring work yet :)
Q. Should I do a 1:1 consultation with David before I do the program?
A. We almost always recommend starting the program first. It will give you a huge head start if you do decide to do a 1-1 consultation with David in the future. My clients that do LBB1 & 2 have significantly better results because they nail all of the basics and then we can get very specific with your body after that.
Q. I’m currently carrying an injury or have another health problem.
A. If you are injured or have any other health related issue, it is recommended that you consult with Doctor or other health care professional before carrying out any exercise program. Do NOT start this fitness program if your physician or health care provider advises against it. If you experience faintness, dizziness, pain or shortness of breath at any time while exercising you should stop immediately. This program offers information in relation to breathing, mobility and strength training and is designed for educational purposes. It should NOT be used as a substitute for professional medical advice.
Q. Can I do LBB in conjunction with my other training program?
A. Yes. The Breathing, Mobility & Strength exercises are flexible enough to complement most other training programs.
Q. Do I need a gym or gym equipment?
A. Nope. Maybe a couple of props like a towel or a book. You can add weight if you like but it’s certainly not needed.
Q. Is there any interaction with David?
A. Yes. There is a private Facebook group for you to join once you’ve got your program. David is quite active in here to answer as many questions as possible. The page itself has become a great little community, full of members’ sharing their personal journey with the program and others with suggestions on particular exercises, etc. David will also do a FB live every month to give you a chance to ask any pressing questions. But of course, you can always email firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d prefer to stay anonymous within the FB group.
Q. Do I need to do LBB1 before LBB2?
A. Yes. The exercises in LBB2 are far more advanced. In order to get the most out of each program, we recommend working on LBB1 first to become more aware of your body and understand your strengths and limitations on a deeper level.
LBB PHASE 2 FAQ
Q. How do I know when I’m ready to begin LBB2?
A. When you’re ‘nailing’ most of the exercises in LBB1, you’re ready to progress to Phase 2.
You can always keep some of LBB1 exercises in your program, especially if you’re still finding some of them difficult.