Questions About the App

Is the app completely free?

Yes, the app is free to use and we plan on keeping it a free to use platform.

Can I create my own workout programs in the app?

Absolutely, while all of our workouts from our fitness guide are provided in the app. You can input your own custom workout programs as well.

Is the app a social media platform?

No, we do not have any plans on integrating with, or providing any social media features in the app.

Is this an open source project?

No, the current phase of development is not open source, but we are open to the idea of eventually making the code free and open source.

Questions About the Fitness Guide

Your workout program looks similar to “X” program, why should I switch to your program?

Our fundamental program has been developed from adapting proven techniques through trial and error with over 20 years of experience. We do not claim to have a monopoly on improving athletic performance. We do believe the three base compound movements provided in the guide, along with cardio, is the simplest, affordable, and effective way to develop habitual physical prowess and continuity.

I can’t do push-ups do you have an alternative?

We currently have a 12 week program aim towards going from zero to one push up. Alternatively, you can swap out any of the exercises that are more suited for your needs.

Your challenges are too hard, do you have anything easier?

Currently no, but we are working on making more programs for all skill levels.

Isn’t this just calisthenics? Can I add more exercises? Can I lift free weights and do yoga too?

Yes. Although, we recommend using the base three exercises continuously to develop long lasting fitness habits. You can add as many exercises to the program as you can handle. We do recommend you follow our progressive overload pattern, using pyramidal training and alternating repetition volume, to increase your lactic threshold throughout your body and improve your overall endurance.

Questions About the Nutrition Guide

The 60/30/10 ratio looks a lot like keto, can I change the proportions?

The 60/30/10 ratio is only a recommendation. We understand some people may do better with more carbs or protein. However, you need a default starting point and most people tend to underestimate how many calories they are consuming especially when it comes to carbohydrates.

We recommend starting with 60/30/10 and see how you perform over 6 to 12 weeks. If you are not getting the results you are looking for adjust. The most important thing is that you are recording the data so that you can see clearly what is working and what is not.

I have a Thyroid problem Why didn’t you mention anything on thyroid hormones in your guide?

Although Thyroid disease is very common, we decided to leave T3 and T4 Thyroid hormone out of the current guide to avoid readers from performing a miss self-diagnoses. Having said that, if you have accounted for all the other hormones affiliated with your metabolism and are still having issues with weight stability please seek medical advice from a licensed medical professional.

I am vegan, can I still do your nutrition program?


You are only recommending 2 meals a day? What about dinner?

Have meals at a set time every day makes your 24 hr calorie intake more accurate. Breakfast and Lunch are the easiest to control, dinner for most people tends to fluctuate and can negatively affect your sleep. Limiting yourself to 2 bigger meals also give you more flexibility on the foods you can eat within those eating periods.

Your journal asks about continuing education, does this mean formal education?

No. This can be anything from home improvement, creative writing, learning photography, or studying calculus. The point is your mind and body are not mutually exclusive entities. Exercising your brain is good for your body and vice versa.

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