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Kalle Beck

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Kalle Beck Started from very meager beginnings and after 7 years of competing in strongman became one of the best Lightweight Strongmen in the world with multiple top ten finishes at nationals and two trips to the Arnold Amateur World Championships including 6th place in 2013.

With experience comes knowledge. A long the way I have tried just about every popular training style/program out there and what I have found is none of them are designed for strongman training so of course none of them work because none are designed for strongman! It is such a varied sport it is very hard to program for but in the past two years I have made such huge improvements I have finally figured it out. My results and the results of my clients that have implemented my methods speak for themselves.

I would like to pass everything I have learned down to you and help you not only accomplish your goals but teach you what goes into a program so you can be self sufficient in the future.

Testimonials
Pro Strongman Robert Oberst 9th place Worlds Strongest Man 2013, 2nd Place America’s Strongest Man 2013,2014 American Log Press Record Holder.

When I started strongman Kalle was one of my very first training partners. He taught me a lot about training and technique. I still use things he taught me in my training today. He’s a huge part of my quick rise in this sport and someone I still contact all the time when I need some advice. “

Jon Alderson 1st  place Arnold Strongman World Championship Under 185 2014

It is rare to find on athlete on an elite level that is still willing to help a complete stranger that is clueless about what they are doing. About a year and a half ago after watching Kalle’s transformation I sent him a message to ask for advice on cutting weight. Instead of shunning me away since I was fighting to get into the same weight class that he competed in, He offered insights that made the cut possible for me. Then he took it a step further and offered training advice. Taught me the secrets to the car deadlift. I’m not sure what other sport a fellow competitor helps a rival reach their full potential. I guess this is what separates our sport of strongman, and the ultimate ambassador, Kalle Beck,  from the rest of the competition. “

Rodney Miller owner of S.L.B Performance

When I decided to do my first strongman comp I knew I didn’t have a clue about how to train for it. I had been following JTS for awhile and had become aware of Kalle Beck. I contacted Kalle about helping me get ready for my first contest. We talked about events and my current strength levels, then in very short time I had my first week of programming. This wasn’t a cookie cutter program. It was fully customized for my individual strengths and weaknesses. These workouts were tough but I hit a 40lb post-abductor-tear squat PR in a very short time as well as several push press and deadlift PRs. I rolled into the contest stronger than ever. Even after the fact I’ve used the strategies I learned from Kalle in getting ready for my powerlifting meet and I hit a 27lb all time PR in the squat. If you are looking to show up stronger and faster at your next contest you need to contact Kalle.”

I charge $125 a month on an autopay. it can be canceled or refunded at anytime (last payment if notified within a week of last processed payment)

I send out workouts weekly based on feedback so I can make changes as we work to find what works. I don’t think anything should ever be set in stone 100% I always base the program off your individual goals and current weaknesses that need to be brought up.

You get your workouts delivered through a mobile app that can be accessed either through the app (IOS & Android) or online.

It is complete with notes and an exercise index for most of the movements with links to videos and description on how to do them.

You can fill out the log in the app with what weight you did on the exercises and add your own feedback as well. As well as sending me videos of your lifts so I can correct form, technique and spot weaknesses. 

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