High Frequency Full Body Program

This program is unlike anything you’ve done before!

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EXPERIENCE: Intermediate to Advanced
GOAL: Mix of Strength and Muscle Gain




Training Split



Higher weekly training volumes

Volume (the number of tough working sets per week) has been described as having a dose-response relationship with hypertrophy in the scientific literature. This means that more volume causes more growth (up to a point). If a higher training frequency allows you to perform more weekly volume, that should lead to more muscle growth (again, up to a point). After all, if you only hit your shoulders once a week, you have to cram ALL your weekly volume into a single workout. This program starts with 22 sets of shoulder work per week. Imagine trying to cram all that volume into one (or even two) workouts per week!


Higher quality sets

Not only will full body training usually mean more weekly volume, it also means higher quality volume. The main reason for this is that with full body training, you will only perform one or two exercises for each muscle in each workout. This means you’ll feel fresher and stronger every time you hit a muscle. Let’s take the quads for example. On a “bro split” you might have to do squats, leg press, and lunges before getting around to leg extensions. Now tell me: how much effort are you really going to be putting into those extensions after all that leg volume? Probably not much, even if you’re a machine. Now, what if ALL you had to do for quads on a full body day was leg extensions? That’s it. Don’t you think you’d be able to put much more energy into those sets?


Less risk for “wasted sets”

In a single workout, there will come a point where doing more sets doesn’t do anything extra for muscle growth (and could possibly be disadvantageous). It isn’t clear where that upper ceiling is for everyone (and it’s individual), but some rodent research suggests that it could be somewhere around 5 sets per muscle per workout [22]. Another independent meta-analysis from James Krieger suggests that the limit “appears to be around 10 sets in a single session”. This means that once you start exceeding 5-10 sets in a single workout for any muscle, you’d be better off splitting that additional volume out into another workout. Since on this program, we’re usually only hitting three to five sets for a given muscle in a single session, there is zero risk of having any of your sets be “wasted”.


More “practice” lifting

I like to think of lifting as a skill. Like any skill, the more you practice it, the better you get at it. This is especially true if you’re “practicing smart.” On this full body program, you will be hitting each muscle group frequently, which will allow you to hone in on the mind-muscle connection and lifting form on a daily basis. This will make you a more effective lifter, leading to better returns on your time investment in the gym.


  • Exact sets (warm up & working), reps, exercises, rest times and RPE targets
    Tracking sheet within the program
  • AMRAP testing protocol at the end to test your progress
  • Deload week to help manage recovery
  • LSRPE tracking for accountability (how hard was your LAST set?)
  • Coaching notes from me: technique and mind-muscle connection cues for every exercise
  • In case there are any exercises you’re not sure how to perform, I’ve included demo videos for every exercise
  • There are also technique cues from me within the program itself so you’ll know exactly how to tweak the form for best results during training

The program details the number of sets for every muscle in each week of the program. If you find the volume to be too high or too low for your specific abilities or goals, knowing the exact volume numbers you’re working with each week is important. Most programs just give you sets and reps and tell you to do it. This program gives you extra information to make it easier to adjust the program to your individual needs, if needed.

This program is NOT just an eBook. In addition to everything above, you also get a full excel sheet that auto-populates the exact weights you need to use for each of the main lifts, including boxes for tracking weights on every exercise.

  • Program Explained: the science behind the program (39 scientific references)
  • Anatomy and biomechanics section
  • A complete FAQ’s section
  • Training support & customer service





“A++ would recommend to anyone! The program was easy to follow and track. Complete body recomp with the program and a slight surplus.”


Customer Reviews

Based on 122 reviews
Nikolche Gjeldinovski

I have trust in Jeffs knowledge, very good program. I have put the effort and the results are visible...

Rob Stanko

30 days into this workout program. This routine has helped me past a plateau and has made me realise you do not need to go to failure everytime. I’ve already seen a massive difference with building muscle. Highly recommend to anyone

George Dudley
Wasn't good.

Very difficult to understand. There was explanation or video of the workouts and how it should be done. I was very disappointed and won't be purchasing anything more

Matth H
Great Structured Plan

Have been enjoying a well structured daily plan to keep on track and have targets to complete vs random exercises on a semi-structured plan. Would like some additional alternative exercises for routines not practicle with home gym (i.e. some equipment like cable options not available) as live in remote location and no gym access closely, but have sufficient equipment in home. Overall a great program and recommend.

Haris Razis
body changing

30 days in I can already see changes in appearance and strength!

Is this program suitable for beginners?

No. If you are still in your first year or two of training, I’d recommend running my Fundamentals Program first. After that, I’d suggest running at least one of my Push Pull Legs or Upper/Lower Program before moving onto this routine. This program is designed for intermediate-advanced trainees who have seen a stall past the newbie phase.

Is this program suitable for women?

Yes! Anyone who is looking to build muscular size and strength will benefit from this program. This program will build all the muscles of the entire body proportionally. If you’re looking for a little more focus on lower body or glutes, you can check out my Women’s Specialization Program or Glute Hypertrophy Program.

I can’t squat, bench press or deadlift. Can I still run the program?

Because of the Exercise Substitutions section, it is doable. For example, if you can’t bench press, you can replace the bench work in this program with dumbbell press, machine chest press or dips and run the rest of the program as is. If you can’t deadlift, you can replace the deadlift work with hip thrusts and/or lower back extensions. If you can’t squat, you can replace the squat work with front squats, hack squats or leg press.  If you buy the program and aren’t sure if you can tweak it to fit your needs, feel free to reach out to my coaching support team and we will help you adjust the program or offer a refund if it ends up being unsuitable for you.

How many days a week will I be in the gym?

There are two different versions of the program. A 4x per week option and a 5x per week option. Simply choose the version that best suits your schedule and let the gains take care of themselves.

Do I need access to a gym? Can I run the program with a home gym?

To run the program exactly as written (without any substitutions), you would need gym access as there are a few cable and basic machine exercises included. However, because there are exercise substitutions included for every exercise, you can run this program with basic lifting equipment and easily swap exercises and tailor it to your situation. I personally ran the second half of this program in a garage gym with just a power rack, barbell, dumbbells and a few bands.

If you have any other questions, please feel free to reach out to my coaching support team at any time.