Executive Edge Training Program

Davis Performance and Nutrition-DPN

Strength & Conditioning
Coach
Ty Davis

Introducing the Ultimate Efficiency Training Program for Busy Professionals! I understand that your time is precious, and that's why I have designed a program to help you achieve your health and fitness goals in under an hour. As an accomplished strength and conditioning coach and retired Marine, I've carefully crafted this program with the busy professional in mind, ensuring it's both effective and efficient.

My program is the ultimate solution for those with access to a full gym facility. With workouts that can be completed in an hour or less, you'll maximize your results and make the most of your gym time, all while balancing your demanding career.

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Efficient Workouts
My workouts are designed to maximize results in minimal time. You can complete them in one hour or less, ensuring you stay on track with your fitness goals without spending hours at the gym.
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From Beginner to Experienced!
Whether you're a beginner or an experienced gym-goer, my program adapts to your fitness level and goals. You'll receive weekly workouts that challenge and motivate you.
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Consistency & Progress
With my monthly subscription, you'll receive new and exciting workouts regularly, ensuring you stay engaged and make continuous progress. Plus, our supportive community and expert guidance keep you on track.
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Boosted Energy Levels
Kickstart your day with a burst of energy! My morning workouts are designed to elevate your mood, increase alertness, and set a positive tone for the day ahead.
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Weekly Zoom Q&A Sessions
Hop on a weekly zoom meeting to ask health and fitness related question. We will cover everything from nutrition to recovery to performance. This is not a requirement but a support session from me to you!
Features
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Access to your coach
Coach who will hold you accountable and provide the feedback you need to grow. Weekly zoom session and message access!
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Programming 5 days per week
Daily strength, conditioning, and skill training that’s accessible and challenging for athletes of any level or background
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Mental Exercises
Structured mental training exercises to cultivate your inner strength
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Detailed, expert instruction
Coaches who will hold you accountable and provide the feedback you need to grow
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Committed Teammates
A vibrant community that will keep you pushing to unlock your best
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Delivered through TrainHeroic
Sweating over a lifeless PDF is old. Your coach and team will push you harder, know you better, and keep you going longer, all through an app.
Equipment
Required
Access to a full gym
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Sample Week
I will write fresh programming weekly. You’ll get notifications when they’re ready
Sunday
2023-12-31

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Rest

Monday

Prep

A

Warm-up/Prep

Warming up is a huge piece of any good training program and should not be ignored. When warming up, you can use any cardio equipment that you are comfortable with, however, I do recommend you mixing it up for variety. The warm-up should be no less than 5 minutes and no more than 10 to hold to the one hour or less session. In addition, warming up with 2-3 sets of light work for the exercises for that day is also important. Never go in cold! Good tools to have and use: -Foam roller -Massage gun -Lacrosse ball

B

Banded Alphabet

1 x 1

C

Back Squat

4 x 8 @ 135 lb

D

Romanian Deadlift

4 x 8 @ 100 lb

E

DB Rear Foot Elevated Split Squat

4 x 8 @ 30 lb

F

Heels Elevated Goblet Squat

3 x 25 @ 45 lb

G1

Seated DB Press

3 x 12 @ 30 lb

G2

DB Lateral Raise

3 x 12 @ 30 lb

H1

Frog Stretch

1 x 1:00

H2

Pigeon Stretch

1 x 1:00

H3

Bottom of the Dip Stretch

1 x 1:00

Tuesday

Warm-up/Prep

A

Warming up is a huge piece of any good training program and should not be ignored. When warming up, you can use any cardio equipment that you are comfortable with, however, I do recommend you mixing it up for variety. The warm-up should be no less than 5 minutes and no more than 10 to hold to the one hour or less session. In addition, warming up with 2-3 sets of light work for the exercises for that day is also important. Never go in cold! Good tools to have and use: -Foam roller -Massage gun -Lacrosse ball

B

Bench Press

4 x 8 @ 155 lb

C

DB Floor Press

4 x 10 @ 45 lb

D

Lat Pulldown

4 x 8 @ 110 lb

E1

EZ Bar Curl

4 x 12 @ 65 lb

E2

Tricep Pushdown

4 x 12 @ 70 lb

F1

Lat + Pec Stretch

1 x 1:00

F2

Worlds Greatest Stretch

1 x 10

F3

Deep Squat Stretch

1 x 1:00

Wednesday

Warm-up/Prep

A

Warming up is a huge piece of any good training program and should not be ignored. When warming up, you can use any cardio equipment that you are comfortable with, however, I do recommend you mixing it up for variety. The warm-up should be no less than 5 minutes and no more than 10 to hold to the one hour or less session. In addition, warming up with 2-3 sets of light work for the exercises for that day is also important. Never go in cold! Good tools to have and use: -Foam roller -Massage gun -Lacrosse ball

Conditioning Day

B

30-60 Minutes of cardio work. Get to a 6 or 7 on the RPE Scale.

Thursday

Warm-up/Prep

A

Warming up is a huge piece of any good training program and should not be ignored. When warming up, you can use any cardio equipment that you are comfortable with, however, I do recommend you mixing it up for variety. The warm-up should be no less than 5 minutes and no more than 10 to hold to the one hour or less session. In addition, warming up with 2-3 sets of light work for the exercises for that day is also important. Never go in cold! Good tools to have and use: -Foam roller -Massage gun -Lacrosse ball

B

Deadlift

4 x 8 @ 135 lb

C

Hip Thrust

4 x 10 @ 100 lb

D

DB Rear Foot Elevated Split Squat

4 x 10 @ 30 lb

E

GHD Hip Extension

4 x 15

F

Half Kneeling Pallof Press

3 x 12 @ 20 lb

G1

Frog Stretch

1 x 1:00

G2

Pigeon Stretch

1 x 1:00

G3

Worlds Greatest Stretch

1 x 10

Friday

Warm-up/Prep

A

Warming up is a huge piece of any good training program and should not be ignored. When warming up, you can use any cardio equipment that you are comfortable with, however, I do recommend you mixing it up for variety. The warm-up should be no less than 5 minutes and no more than 10 to hold to the one hour or less session. In addition, warming up with 2-3 sets of light work for the exercises for that day is also important. Never go in cold! Good tools to have and use: -Foam roller -Massage gun -Lacrosse ball

B

Shoulder Press

5 x 5 @ 105 lb

C

Seated DB Press

4 x 8 @ 40 lb

D

Chest-Supported DB Row

4 x 12 @ 45 lb

E1

Hammer Curl Twist

4 x 10 @ 25 lb

E2

Dip

4 x 10

F

Hollow Hold

1 x 2:00

G1

Bottom of the Dip Stretch

1 x 1:00

G2

Lat + Pec Stretch

1 x 1:00

G3

Low Dragon Stretch

1 x 1:00

Saturday
2024-01-06

Circuit

A

Use this day to play a sport that you enjoy. This could be golf, cycling, softball etc... Bottom line, doing something that you enjoy will keep you engaged. Moreover, being on this program for a few weeks, you will begin to see that whatever you are participating in, will become easier!

Coach
coach-avatar Ty Davis

My name is Ty Davis and I am a Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach (CSCS). I earned my MS in Exercise Science: Human Performance from Liberty University. I became passionate about human performance during my time as a US Marine, where I learned first-hand how important conditioning was and continues to be. To get the most out of any program, the work must be done by you and you alone.

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FAQs
What is the Executive Strength Training Program, and how does it work?
A monthly subscription designed for busy men seeking effective workouts in under an hour. It focuses on strength training in a full gym environment. Subscribers gain access to a library of structured workouts to follow at their convenience, ensuring they get the most out of each session.
How much does the program cost, what is included in the subscription?
The program is priced at $30 per month with no long-term commitment required. Your subscription grants you unlimited access to our exclusive strength training routines and resources. Additionally, we offer a 7-day free trial to help you experience the program firsthand.
What equipment do I need to participate in the Program?
To fully benefit from this program, you'll need access to a well-equipped gym. Our workouts are tailored to make the most of gym equipment such as barbells, dumbbells, benches, and more. A gym setting ensures that you have everything necessary for effective strength training.
How long are the workouts, and how many times a week should I train?
My workouts are designed to be completed in an hour or less, making them ideal for busy schedules. I recommend training at least 3-4 times a week to achieve the best results. You can adjust the frequency to fit your availability and goals. There will be 5 sessions per week to access!
Can beginners join the program?
My program is suitable for individuals of all fitness levels, including beginners. The workouts can be scaled with varying levels of difficulty. Whether you're new to strength training or experienced, this program is suitable for all levels of fitness and experience.
Is there a cancellation policy; can I pause my subscription if needed?
There is no long-term commitment, and you can cancel your subscription at any time. Also, I understand that life can get busy, so you can pause your subscription whenever necessary, and you won't be billed during that time. I aim to provide flexibility and convenience to accommodate your needs.
The Proof
verified-athlete-avatar Jeff Werner

You just have to press GO!!

Verified Athlete

"Ty is very knowledgeable and willing to make a plan that will work for you. All you have to do is follow the plan and it will work. Any issues that came up or if I wanted to try something else Ty was ready to adapt the program to fit it. Definitely need to try his program if you are on the fence"

verified-athlete-avatar David Lacerte

Back to Fitness

Verified Athlete

"Coach Ty is a motivator and great fitness coach! He's great at finding your physical limits and pushing you through. He's assertive, but not pushy. I highly recommend for anyone looking to get more fit at any level."

verified-athlete-avatar Brian Williams

The Real Deal!

Verified Athlete

"I have been on a program from Ty for a couple months. The focus was muscle endurance. However, overall strength has grown as well. Thus far i am down around 20 lbs in 2 months with my clothes fitting better everyday. With a program from Ty you will get out what you put in."

verified-athlete-avatar Zack Taylor

Have to do The Work!

Verified Athlete

"Just completed Ty's 12 week program he made for me based off my goals. I went from 223 down to 205 in the 12 weeks. Ty answered any questions and gave advise along the way. I stayed as consistent as possible with the exercises, along with eating healthier and Ty's plan has proven itself. Thanks Ty!"

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