In the world of boutique fitness, there is a giant misconception that you need to be exhausted, breathless, and on your ass at the end of every workout. Cardio and variety are overhyped in the industry, and it is this exact set of beliefs that prevents most individuals from making any kind of progress.
At MADabolic, we believe consistency and repetition are where the magic happens. We put this into practice in the way we structure our workouts, our approach to rest and recovery, and in our take on nutrition. Our approach is straightforward and sustainable. If you’re following strong and well-balanced training, recovery, and nutrition plans 90% of the time (90, not 100), the results will follow. What does this look like in practice?
- TRAINING: Are you going to see overnight “results” from strength training four days per week? You might, but we don’t expect you to. But you will see results through consistent training. By incorporating our four-day-per-week MAD protocol, you’ll gain strength and stamina, improve speed and power, and enhance endurance and athleticism over a few months in a progressive and sustainable way with reduced risk of injury.
- RECOVERY: Our training protocol calls for four days per week, not seven. We incorporate rest and active recovery days into our system because it allows for progressive overload and reduces the risk of injury or burnout. Professional athletes don’t treat every day as game day, and neither should you. Work. Rest. Repeat. Follow the formula 90% of the time, and the results you’re looking for will be a byproduct of your consistent inputs, and your fitness routine will fit into your life rather than become it.
- NUTRITION: We’re only interested in a long-term, stable relationship with nutrition. We do hope you care about how you fuel your body, but weight loss challenges and carb-cutting diets will not give you the results you’re fishing for (yup, you guessed it -- we’re into Omega 3’s). Further, restrictive diets won’t support the demands MADabolic’s strength-based system puts on your body. Instead, we suggest the MADabolic blueprint and encourage clients to focus on consuming sufficient protein and enough calories to fuel the demands our training system requires.
Incorporating a set of healthy, but not restrictive, habits most of the time, means it’s okay when you don’t. “Missing” a workout one day doesn’t mean you should double up the next (please don’t). Incorporate small indulgences in your diet 110% guilt-free. But generally, you’ll see the results you’re looking for by hitting a handful of core healthy habits 90% of the time. Again, consistency and repetition are where the magic happens.
Here are the habits we recommend you incorporate into your routine -- but remember…consistency over perfection. While these are “daily habits,” you’re not going to achieve all of them every day, and that’s quite the point.
Rooted in science, MADabolic's distinctive fat-torching interval system is crafted around intentional work-to-rest ratios. The boutique concept offers a unique focus on strength training and attracts the everyday go-getter who prioritizes health and fitness. MADabolic’s uniquely purposeful approach provides unmatched results and offers a strong franchise investment opportunity.
With nearly 50 studios operating or in development, the brand continues to seek qualified franchise prospects with a vested interest in strength and interval-based training and connections to their local fitness community. Ideal franchisees are driven and passionate community leaders that members can look up to, ranging from former elite-caliber athletes to everyday fitness enthusiasts.
For more information about the MADabolic franchise opportunity, please visit https://www.madabolic.com/own-a-madabolic.