The Red Zone program gives athletes guidance and enhanced performance in all areas of competitive fitness.
‘Red Zone’ symbolisies the top end of the fitness spectrum according to the ‘Innerfight Zones of Progression’. Participants in the program can expect to see both barbell and gymnastic strength work on a daily basis, as well as various conditioning and skill pieces.
The Red Zone program was develop and pioneered by 2015 29th fittest man in the world Phil Hesketh.
The program targets anyone who wishes to take his or her fitness to a more competitive level. Workouts will be posted daily on www.innerfight.com and a comment section will be made available for users to interact with each other and discuss the days training.
We also publish additional interesting content, from mobility and body maintenance advice to specific movement breakdown and analysis all available on www.innerfight.com/redzone
Is this for you? Check out these FAQ’s
What is Red Zone training?
The Red Zone program has been developed to give athletes guidance and enhanced performance in all areas of competitive fitness.
Who is Red Zone for?
The program targets anyone who wishes to take his or her fitness to a higher, more competitive level. ‘Red Zone’ symbolisies the top end of the fitness spectrum according to the ‘Innerfight Zones of Progression’. Participants in the program can expect to see both barbell and gymnastic strength work on a daily basis, as well as various conditioning and skill pieces.
When does Red Zone Happen?
A daily program is posted at 8pm for the following day on www.innerfighht.com/redzone. One class is held each Saturday 11-1pm, with two additional weekly classes. (Attendance is subject to prior approval, please mail us)
How much time do the workouts take?
Most days there is a ‘Daily Grind’ piece, this is a 20-40 minute session that would usually be done early morning. The main session of the day lasts between 60 to 90 minutes and should be done at least 4 hours after finishing the Daily Grind.
What are the workouts made up from?
Red Zone is made up of several different elements. These elements will feature every week at least twice. Training days will be split in to mandatory and optional work, to give athletes a chance to work on individual strengths and weaknesses.
- Daily Grind- Aerobic or interval based work, run, row, bike, ski etc.
- Weightlifting – Snatch or clean and jerk.
- Strength – Squat, pull, push, drag or carry.
- Conditioning and Intervals – A variation of time frames, rep schemes and movements will be used as conditioning pieces.
- Gymnastics – Pull ups, hand stands, muscle ups, dips, positional work.
What do I need to do to train in Red Zone?
To be able to take part in Red Zone training, athletes must show a certain degree of competency in all areas of fitness, without any major weaknesses. As a general rule, athletes must be able to compete all the standards of the ‘white zone’ in the Innerfight Zones of Progression.
What can I expect to get out of Red Zone Training?
Red Zone delivers a structured and sophisticated training plan, aimed to help athletes progress in all areas of competitive fitness.
Do I have to be working toward a competition?
It is not essential that every athlete is always prepping for completion, however we strongly advice that participants choose multiple competitions throughout the year to test themselves and focus their training towards.