Lift Weights Faster by Jen Sinkler is a time-efficient fat loss and muscle-building workout collection for those with limited time. It is based on super-short but intense workouts that can be done with or without equipment, at home, or anywhere.
Disciplines of the plan include bodyweight, kettlebells, suspension bodyweight, TRX, and of course resistance training, either with basic gear or a full gym.
There are hundreds of workouts for all fitness levels, personal circumstances, and equipment available. This review will take you through the nuts and bolts of the program.
Who Is This Workout Collection For?
Lift Weights Faster benefits and features may satisfy a wide range of people. Most of all, people with limited time and busy life do not have the luxury of an endless amount of time to spend in a gym.
But even those lucky enough to have more time at their disposal may find the short workout approach of this program attractive. Why waste time when you can do the same workload in a fraction of it, simultaneously burning fat, building lean muscle, and promoting general all-round fitness.
While the author herself and many of her clients featured in this program are females, this program does not discriminate against gender and is just as effective for men as it is for women.
However, while the workouts are short, they are also demanding and a real deal. This means those ten or twenty minutes spent doing circuit training and pushing weights are challenging, they can have you sweating in no time at all.
As always, you need to put in the effort for this plan to succeed, not just view it as a quick-workout schedule to save time. You need to be motivated to get the best benefits out of Lift Weight Faster.
If it sounds too much to handle, then a well-designed diet plan may be a better solution for you, as this blueprint was designed for those who also like to work out and be fit, not just to lose fat.
You should also check our Bikini Body Workouts review.
Lift Weights Faster Vs The “Dread-Mill” – The Plan Idea
The whole idea of Lift Weight Faster is to perform regular workouts in a fraction of regular time, mainly borrowing from circuit training principles so as to get the same job done in as little time as possible.
Not only does this strategy prove time-saving, but it actually boosts metabolism, prompting fat loss even after you’ve finished working out, and eliminating the need for long, boring, and time-wasting cardio on “dread-mills” or ellipticals.
Being a motivator, Jen Sinkler organized this program to be boredom-proof as she experienced firsthand how difficult is to stick to a plan if you do not enjoy it.
The Lift Weights Faster collection accounts for multiple disciplines for different fitness levels precisely to allow you to choose the best workout regimen that suits your taste and needs.
The flexibility of the collection does not stop to just fitness level and preferred workout type. It is also very practical in that it takes into account the normal limitations and circumstances everyone incurs when choosing a program, that is equipment or lack of it, location, traveling, and time available.
How Does Lift Weights Faster Work?
Jen Sinkler’s workout collection encompasses a range of six different categories of equipment depending on your personal situation: full gym, barbells, dumbbells, kettlebells, minimal equipment, or bodyweight only.
The workouts are categorized by fitness level, beginner, intermediate or advanced, AND time on hand, so you can choose to have your workouts lasting 10 minutes, 20 minutes, or 30 minutes.
The protocol of Lift Weights Faster is a mix of circuit training and sprint workouts without any traditional cardio. Instead, you take regular resistance workouts, be it with your own body weight or equipment, and simply perform them faster, using an explosive style with less rest between sets.
The whole point of the program is to use resistance training, either bodyweight or equipment, at a much-increased pace to have the workout done much quicker. In addition, this mix of sprinting, heavy resistance, and moderate resistance has a positive effect on metabolic rate, boosting fat loss and lean muscle building.
One more benefit is that the combination of workout choice, the variation of fitness skills, and the range of equipment choice is unlike any you can find in other similar fitness programs. This workout collection is like multiple programs rolled into one.
You can use the manual or the video library to follow the exercises from your smartphone then, when you become proficient in a given type of workout, you may switch to another one to keep your interest alive and build a more all-around fitness level.
You can do weight training, then switch to bodyweight or kettlebells later on, as you see it fit. Lift Weights Faster makes it really hard to get bored, as it gives a comprehensive workout blueprint in multiple disciplines to be developed and switched as required.
While other more traditional strength and muscle-building plans also work, they do so with fixed settings that leave no room for variation, personal circumstances, and enjoyment. They do work, providing that you stick to a rigid and time-consuming schedule, and even then you may lack the necessary equipment to implement them.
As for fat loss, Lift Weights Faster makes a clean swipe of traditional cardio simply by speeding up regular resistance workouts in a circuit training fashion, resulting in a well-rounded muscle building, fat loss, and fitness plan for everyone.
Another good point of this collection is that is structured in a challenging style to motivate you and progress through each workout, preventing stagnation or quitting.
About Jen Sinkler
The author is as good as it gets when it comes to expertise and qualifications. She is a fitness expert, a coach, and a former national team rugby player for 13 years. Jen is now a regular writer for top publishers like Men’s Health, Women’s Health, and Experience Life, Shape, Self, Paleo Magazine.
She also runs her own gym “The Movement Minneapolis” with her husband David Dellanave where she coaches her clients in an unconventional way with a range of different skills to suit everyone.
The result is that she developed in-depth expertise in kettlebells, Olympic weight lifting, TRX training, and many other different skills, with coaching qualifications by RKC (Level 2) and KBA, USA Weightlifting, Onnit Academy, Primal Move, Progressive Calisthenics, TACFIT, and CrossFit.
Jen Sinkler has been named one of the “100 Most Influential People in Health and Fitness” for 2014 and 2015, one of the greatest “15 Must-Read Trainers Rocking the Web in 2013”, one of Shape magazine’s “Top 30 Motivators of 2013″, and one of Huffington Post’s “20 of the Best Fitness Experts Worth Following on Twitter”.
She has a large online presence with accounts on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and she runs her own website @ https://www.jensinkler.com/.
The bottom line: she is very much real and super-qualified to coach and advice on training and fitness.
What Are The Components Of Lift Weights Faster?
The collection is entirely digital, consisting of PDF manuals and online videos that you can watch from your smartphone, tablet, or PC wherever you are. There are also charts that you can optionally print after the download.
Lift Weights Faster has now been updated in a second edition, but the first one is still available because the workouts are just as effective, but different. Hence the decision of the author to offer the program in 3 packages, you can choose either the first edition, the second one, or both.
The 2 packages are the same except that Lift Weights Faster 1 comprises 130 workouts, while Lift Weights Faster 2 comprises 180 new and completely different workouts. There is also a video library for 30 of the most difficult exercises to make sure you properly implement the movements, eliminating the risk of injury.
Here is what you get:
Lift Weights Faster User Manual – The basic information of the program with information on how to mix it with a strength plan too, if you choose. The manual contains the theory of the workouts and a description of the most common conditioning mistakes.
Lift Weights Faster: Conditioning Workout – Complete and detailed description of the workouts. The library contains either 130 or 180 workouts depending on the edition, with an equipment-based structure, so you can jump straight to the section of your interest depending on what gear you have.
Lift Weights Faster: Exercise Glossary – A manual with high-quality photos illustrating in detail each of the 270 exercises with well-explained coaching descriptions so you can do the exercises correctly.
Lift Weights Faster: Gear Guide – A very handy guide to wading through the jungle of fitness machines. With her extensive experience, Jen Sinkler gives you a deep insight into the intricacies of different machines, helping you make an informed decision, should you choose to work out with equipment.
Lift Weights Faster.com: Exercise Video – This is private online access offered to all customers of the program with video demonstrations of the 30 most complicated exercises to help you perform them correctly and prevent injury. There are also 5 extra challenge workouts and useful warm-ups.
Lift Weights Faster: No Assembly Required – This is where the program shines, aside from the fat loss and lean muscle potential. There are four 12-week programs to suit your personal preferences and availability of equipment like: with minimal equipment, with a full gym, or combined with a strength-training plan.
Lift Weights Faster – The Final Verdict
Jen Sinkler’s digital collection is a unique protocol for fitness, strength, fat loss, and muscle building designed on a circuit training workout pattern, utilizing a variety of resistance methods like bodyweight, kettlebells, barbells, and dumbbells or full gym equipment.
The circuit training principles cut down workout sessions to a minimum, making them time-saving and suitable for those who want to lose fat, get fit and build muscle but do not have much time on hand.
The impressive variety of workouts for all fitness levels and the author’s credentials make this collection a viable option for busy men and women who want to stay fit and motivated without getting bored.
However, while the workouts are short and effective, they are also demanding and require an effort on your part. Also, while Lift Weight Faster offers tons of information on workouts, it does not provide nutritional guidelines that you have to implement on your own or combined with a nutritional program.
Deborah loves keeping fit and staying so for life. She’s been training for the last 12 years and has a simple goal: making it as simple as possible for women to find out about the best training and dieting methods for their goals (see all posts by Deborah).