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The 60 Day Revolution Blog: Weeks 3-4

M&F Editor Mark Barroso and training partner Jared Zuckerman are halfway through the 60 Day Revolution. Check out how they are tackling the fitness program head on.

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The 60 Day Revolution Blog: Weeks 3-4

The 60 Day Revolution workout plan, available now in the September issue of M&F, has taken on a life of it's own on social media. The presence is most strong on Facebook, where members of the 60 Day Revolution Facebook group have been posting their results, thoughts, motivation, recipes, photos, videos and more. M&F fitness advisers Kyle Hunt and Nerijus Bagdonas have been posting useful instructions and feedback about certain exercises and James Grage, VP of BPI Sports, has been ultra responsive to everyone's queries.

M&F Editor Mark Barroso and his training partner Jared Zuckerman, C.P.T. are four weeks into the training program and have four weeks to go. The Revolutionaries posted their Weeks 1-2 progress previously so this update provides a way for them, and you, to assess their gains. Both active members of the ever-growing Facebook group, the gym rats look to make big gains in the next four weeks. Check out their progress below and some exclusive GoPro footage of their workouts. 

Note: All weights shown are in pounds. All reps and sets are done according to the 60 Day Revolution workout program. 

MARK’S PROGRESS

WEEK 3

DAY 1: UPPER BODY
Triset 1
Lat Pulldown
Weight: 100, 120, 140, 160
Barbell Bench
Weight: 135, 185, 225, 250
Cable Crunch
Weight: 70, 90, 100, 110
Triset 2
Seated Row
Weight: 100, 130, 140, 160
Landmine Press
Weight: 45, 45, 45, 45
Pallof Press
Weight: 30, 40, 40, 50
Triset 3
Supinating DB Curl
Weight: 20, 25, 35, 40
Diamond Pushup
Cuban Press
Weight: 10, 20, 20, 20

DAY 2: LOWER BODY
Superset 1
Goblet Squat
Weight: 70, 80, 95, 100
Passive hang
Superset 2
Barbell Front Lunge
Weight: 70, 80, 90, 100
Primal Squat                           
Hip Hinge
Single Leg Deadlift
Weight: 25, 35, 45

DAY 3: FULL BODY
Superset 1
Deadlift
Weight: 135, 225, 315, 365, 365
Push Press
Weight: 135, 135, 145, 155, 165
Superset 2
Barbell Lunge
Weight: 65, 75, 85, 110
Pullup

FINISHER C
Row: 548 meters in 2 minutes and 31 seconds.

DAY 4: CONDITIONING
Outdoor Sprints
Rounds: 8
200 meter sprint
Active Rest: 200 meter walk

DAY 5: CHALLENGE DAY: Tabata Workout
Round 1
Pullup: 10
Situp: 10
Lunge: 12
Pushup: 10
Inverted Row: 10
Total: 51

Round 2
Pullup: 11
Situp: 21
Lunge: 8
Pushup: 20
Inverted Row: 16
Total: 76

Round 3
Pullup: 9
Situp: 8
Lunge: 6
Pushup: 23
Inverted Row: 15
Total: 61

Round 4
Pullup: 6
Situp: 12
Lunge: 6
Pushup: 15
Inverted Row: 14
Total: 53

Round 5
Pullup: 5
Situp: 7
Lunge: 8
Pushup: 16
Inverted Row: 15
Total: 51

Round 6
Pullup: 5
Situp: 11
Lunge: 8
Pushup: 16
Inverted Row: 17
Total: 57

Round 7
Pullup: 5
Situp: 9
Lunge: 11
Pushup: 18
Inverted Row: 16
Total: 59

Round 8
Pullup: 7
Situp: 8
Lunge: 11
Pushup: 18
Inverted Row: 109
Total: 63
Total: 471

WEEK 4

DAY 1: UPPER BODY
Triset 1
Pullup
Alternating Dumbbell Bench
Weight: 60, 75, 90, 100, 105
Hanging Leg Raise
Triset 2
T-Bar  Row
Weight: 10, 8, 6, 4
Barbell Military Press
Weight: 135, 155, 160, 165
Cable Woodchop
Weight: 50, 60, 65, 65
Triset 3
Hammer Curl
Weight: 25, 30, 35, 40
Tate Press
Weight: 30, 35, 40, 30
Band Pull Apart

DAY 2: LOWER BODY
Superset 1
Back Squat
Weight: 225, 245, 285, 305 (1 rep), 285 (2 reps)
Passive hang
Superset 2
Barbell Back Lunge
Weight: 85, 95, 115, 135
Primal Squat
Hip Hinge
Romanian Deadlift
Weight: 135, 190, 230

DAY 3: FULL BODY
Superset 1
Deadlift
Weight: 225, 315, 340, 365, 390
Push Press
Weight: 135, 155, 175, 180, 185
Superset 2
Barbell Lunge
Weight: 75, 85, 95, 115
Lat Pulldown
Weight: 100, 120, 140, 160

Finisher A
Alternating DB Bench
Weight: 45, 60, 65
Inverted Row
Squat Jump

DAY 4: CONDITIONING
Outdoor Sprints
Rounds: 9
200 meter sprint
Active Recovery: 200 meter walk

DAY 5: CHALLENGE DAY: Tabata Workout Part 2
Situps were all performed as Ab Mat Situps.

Round 1
Pullup: 10
Situp: 11
Lunge: 8
Pushup: 21
Row: 16
Plank
Total: 66

Round 2
Pullup: 12
Situp: 11
Lunge: 8
Pushup: 21
Row: 20
Plank
Total: 72

Round 3
Pullup: 12
Situp: 9
Lunge: 7
Pushup: 20
Row: 16
Plank
Total: 64

Round 4
Pullup: 8
Situp: 11
Lunge: 8
Pushup: 16
Row: 16
Plank
Total: 59

Round 5
Pullup: 7
Situp: 10
Lunge: 10
Pushup: 16
Row: 16
Plank
Total: 59

Round 6
Pullup: 7
Situp: 8
Lunge: 7
Pushup: 16
Row: 15
Plank
Total: 53

Round 7
Pullup: 7
Situp: 8
Lunge: 7
Pushup: 18
Row: 15
Plank
Total: 55

Round 8
Pullup: 5
Situp: 9
Lunge: 7
Pushup: 15
Row: 17
Total: 53
Total: 481

MARK’S WEEKS 3-4 THOUGHTS 

I’m halfway through the 60 Day Revolution and my strength, conditioning and body composition have all improved. The toughest workouts for me have been the outdoor sprints. Jared and I met up at a local track at 7:30 a.m. for both conditioning days in weeks three and four. The biggest achievement of these two weeks was deadlifting 390 pounds for five reps at a bodyweight of 190 pounds.

The ideal workout regimen for Jared and I is to workout all five days in a row and rest on the weekends. On the weekends, I usually incorporate stretching/yoga. However, in week four, I had to take a break after lower body day because I was very sore from squatting and didn’t want to deadlift the next day. Overall, I haven’t felt any pain or discomfort doing this program and I’ve been very pleased with my strength and appearance.

MARK’S WEEKS 5-6 GOALS

With the rep range decreasing and sets increasing, week five is more strength oriented, so control over my diet will be key for weight loss. I also have a strength goal for the next two weeks: deadlift 420 pounds for three reps at 190 pounds bodyweight.

In terms of nutrition and supplementation, I will be incorporating BPI Sports 24/7 Burn, Best Whey Protein, Best Creatine, Best BCAA and Best Glutamine consistently for the next two four weeks. During the first two weeks, I mainly used Best Whey Protein, Best Creatine and Best BCAA, but sporadically, not every day.

CHECK OUT JARED ZUCKERMAN'S PROGRESS >>>

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