Ashley Conrad's 21-Day Clutch Cut
I've trained celebrities like Bradley Cooper, Kate Hudson, and P. Diddy. My plan will help you get lean, mean, and cut beyond belief in only three weeks. Now that's clutch.
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Clutch Cut demands nothing less than your best. Every day is difficult. Every workout is more challenging than the one before. The cardio is as brutal as it is effective; the lifting is as grueling as it is transformative. But, after three weeks with me, you'll change the way you think about your body. You'll be reminded that anything is possible, and you'll transform your physique.
Clutch Cut only lasts 21 days because that's about how long I usually have to get a celebrity ripped for a movie. It's a tried-and-true program that I go to every time I need to produce freaky-fast fat loss. I designed Clutch Cut to burn fat, drop water, remove waste, optimize digestion, and help clients get screen-ready shredded. It works. I know it does. It'll work for you, too.
Clutch Cut What To Expect
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Clutch training was borne from a lifelong love of fitness. I've channeled that love into hardcore training programs for celebrities, pro athletes, and you. Get the story behind Clutch Cut!
Three weeks may not seem like enough time to make progress, but it is. There's no level "easy" on this trainer. The only two settings are "hard" and "harder." Let's see what you can do.
Clutch Cut nutrition is clean, simple, and easy to follow. A huge selection of food choices lets you customize your meals while you cut fat. Now that's clutch.
Clutch Cut asks you to put your body through hell. On a nutritional level, it's critical that you put back what you expend. That's where supplements come in.
Five days per week, you'll be training harder than you ever have for 60 minutes per session. You'll cycle through a day of circuit training, a day of conditioning, and a day of rest. Then you'll lift, hit conditioning the next day, lift again, and rest again so you can repeat the process for three total weeks.
The training split looks like this:
I don't like typical resistance programming, at least not for fat loss. My lifting days are built on strength circuits that will help you build muscle while priming your metabolism and challenging your energy systems. My strength circuits have anywhere from 12-20 different exercises. Depending on your fitness level, you'll go through the entire circuit 3-6 times. As your body adapts and your fitness level advances, you'll be able to perform more total circuits.
I don't like to use a lot of equipment. You're not going to be walking from machine to machine. Instead, you'll be doing everything from plyometric clap push-ups, to jumping lunges, to medicine ball jumping jacks. Your body is the most powerful fitness tool you have.
Your cardio days are programmed similarly. I prefer sprint circuits that are basically interval training with a twist. Each day you condition, you'll build upon the last workout. The intervals of max output get longer each week, and the rest periods get shorter. You can perform my cardio workout on the treadmill, outside, or even on a bike. That's one of the beauties of this program-there are no excuses.