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THE MUSTACHE WORKOUT

A training plan inspired by strongmen

- Big, basic lifts
- Get bigger
- Get stronger
- Get leaner
- No wasted movements
- Time tested training

Man Up Your Workout!

We wrote this program for the man who is ready for more; to work for more, train for more, and to get more. We wrote it for the men who are ready to walk into a room chest first, back straight, owning each confident step.

Our inspiration? To see you become the man you are meant to be, and never settle for less than you are capable of becoming.

As a man, you have the birthright of being strong and exercising your strength, in and out of the gym. You have the power to do many awesome things – like win the lady of your dreams, go to war for something you believe in, fight for your life, and even grow a mustache...

Take back your mustache

Yes, the mustache is back, and it’s a symbol of setting yourself apart, owning your manliness, and claiming what is yours. We challenge you to finally try a training program that guarantees results and that is loyal to your body’s destiny. ...a training program that ‘has a mustache.’

Is this program for you?

Are you a beginning to intermediate lifter? This program is perfect for you. You know your way around the gym, you spell ‘dumbbell’ with two Bs, you know it’s a kettlebell, not ‘kettle ball,’ and you’ve probably done a deadlift before. Good job!
This program builds basic strength and muscle, while introducing you to the value of unilateral exercises, carrying heavy loads, and smart movements. Enjoy!

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Workout!

Introduction

Where do you work out?

One of the places we like to train is just across the street, at the local 24 Hour Fitness. Day in and day out, men like you and me, invest their time, money and energy to get stronger and leaner. ...or so they think.

They dress the part - their matching designer workout clothes don’t absorb sweat, they ‘wick it’ away. They spend less time in the weight room lifting heavy weights than they do in the locker room, where they can often be found styling, primping, making sure they are perfectly clean shaven, and drying their bodies with the wall mounted hair dryers.

Yes, there is facial hair on the modern man, but more often than not it’s trimmed and groomed daily, to a length that says ‘I’m so casual that I shaved four days to look this casual." Sure, there may be a beard or even a goatee at your gym, but never, never, ever a mustache.

Epidemic of average

On Monday, the non-mustachioed man can be seen coming out of the locker room and heading straight to his regularly scheduled appointment with the shoulder press machine, on Wednesday he heads to the treadmill for forty five minutes of 3.5 mile per hour walking.

He has been going there for five years. His body is the same; average. His dumbbells are the same size; unfortunately, below average. His results; average.

Maybe he doesn’t want to improve. Maybe he’s happy with average.

If this same man had decided to get stronger and leaner a hundred years ago, do you think his results would have been different? With no treadmill and fancy machines to rely on, would he have settled on being the same ‘average’ guy five years into his training?

One hundred years ago, would that same man spend more time primping himself to go back to work than he just spent in the gym? Would that man fake a four day growth of beard just to look ‘casual?’

No, yesterday’s man trained hard and showered quickly, then toweled himself dry, confident that his underwear was up the challenge of absorbing a little clean water. He’d get dressed after shaving his face, with the exception of the mustache that real men of the day wore proudly.

What has happened to our methods and our tools, and most importantly, what happened to our training heritage? When did our training become workouts, and when did our workout ‘lose its mustache?’ and put on a matching outfit that ‘wicks?’

Take back your mustache

We wrote this program for the man who is ready for more; to work for more, train for more, and to get more. We wrote it for the men who are ready to walk into a room chest first, back straight, owning each confident step.

Our inspiration? To see you become the man you are meant to be, and never settle for less than you are capable of becoming.

As a man, you have the birthright of being strong and exercising your strength, in and out of the gym. You have the power to do many awesome things – like win the lady of your dreams, go to war for something you believe in, fight for your life, and even grow a mustache...

Yes, the mustache is back, and it’s a symbol of setting yourself apart, owning your manliness, and claiming what is yours. We challenge you to finally try a training program that guarantees results and that is loyal to your body’s destiny. …a training program that ‘has a mustache.’

Set yourself apart from everyone else, not just by your training style, but because of what you will become by following this training style. Wear your training proudly, like you would a mustache.

Training vs. working out

There’s nothing wrong with the word ‘workout,’ It’s commonly used to describe a grouping of exercises done during a single training session.

Unfortunately, it’s also commonly used as a substitute for the word ‘training,’ but it’s not the same. At all.

Training