Hey OS Fam!
Over recent days we’ve sent you some emails introducing you to The Level Method – If you missed any of those, check out the blog posts at this link HERE (this takes you to post #1 and there is a link in the bottom of post one to each subsequent post that we’ve released thus far)!
Now onto email/post #3!
The Level Method gives you information you simply can’t find anywhere else.
It shows you the EXACT next steps you need to take to see fast progress.
If you want to hit your goals, nothing beats having a clear plan of action.
Here are just a few benefits of using the Level Method…
Clarity fueled by Millions of Data points.
The Level Method has been developed over many years — and is fueled by millions of data points 🤓 – to create standards for each level.
You’ll understand objectively where you are in YOUR fitness journey.
Armed with this clarity, you’ll be able to go wherever you want.
What are you training for?
To stay healthy? To lose weight? To get strong? The clearer the target, the more likely you’ll hit it.
The Level Method gives you targets in each category to shoot for, so it’s easier to have concrete, measurable goals. 😎
Plus, every time you hit those targets and level up you’re recognized for your achievement 🏆 — which feels amazing!
The big colorful MAP (Method of Athletic Progression) is also a map of fitness.
Once you know where you are, you can pinpoint weaknesses and work systematically to improve those areas.
This is not available anywhere outside of The Level Method, and gives you a big advantage in terms of improving as fast as possible.
With this added information, our coaches will be able to more easily sit down with you and form a gameplan in a free goal session.
Often times injuries happen when someone is trying to do a movement or weight that they aren’t ready for.
For example, if the strength to do a weighted strict pull-up is absent then there is risk when doing kipping pull-ups. The shoulder joint is not stable enough yet for the jerky, dynamic kipping motion, which makes it more vulnerable to injuries.
Making sure you progress through the levels and build the right skill and strength will prevent extended layoffs due to injury and minimize downtime so you can keep improving, training and having fun for life!
OK – we know that was A LOT – and the point of all this isn’t to impress you, but impress UPON you that the Level Method is a seriously thorough system with a lot to offer.
In our next email/post we’ll review Your Overall Level and how it’s calculated!
Get Ready to enjoy this new journey!
Ryan & The Ohio Strength Team