Zone Progression Training combines old school, basic exercise moves that have withstood the test of time with compound and super sets done in a sequential routine. ZPT gives you dramatic results in a very short amount of time.
With ZPT you rest when you’re done. The key to ZPT, and what separates it from the conventional “gym machine/classic cardio” workouts, is the philosophy of burning out different zones of the body to near failure, then, instead of resting, transfer that burn to another zone of your body. Typical gym workouts focus on heavy, one-dimensional machines, which most often isolate a single muscle. This “non-functional” method of exercise puts a cap on overall total body function and caloric/metabolic burn. Additionally, with this method, you end up sitting around wasting time waiting for your next set.
With ZPT we do most of our exercises using our own body weight. By using your own body weight, you are recruiting way more muscle groups to complete a rep. The more muscles you can use to perform an exercise, the more calories you’re going to burn. Additionally, by doing more dynamic compound moves, you are going to promote increased lean muscle development, and, more importantly, develop “real life strength.” Strength that is actually useful in real life situations.