Your Brass Ring Resources

Filed under:All Entries,Brass Ring Training — posted by jenni on February 9, 2009 @ 10:00 am

Make the decision today to pursue personal excellence and grab Your Brass Ring.

Free Resources:

Full Mission Profile. Every week, our coaches design a hard-core workout based on a real world mission scenario. The Full Mission Profiles are posted late on Friday for use on Saturday or Sunday. Coach Ord will sometimes conduct live versions of these missions at gyms in various locations (so far, Oregon, California, and Nevada). Keep an eye on the “Brass Ring Training” category. All live mission information will be posted there.

Newsletter.  Every month, we send out a newsletter providing you with training tips, profiles of elite athletes, product reviews, and a Q & A with Coach Ord.  When you sign up for the newsletter, you will also get…

FREE TRAINING! That’s right.  We are now offering 12 weeks of Brass Ring Basic Training for free (a $75 value!) when you sign up for the newsletter.  Don’t let this opportunity pass you up!

More Free Training! As if that weren’t enough, we also offer a free trial week for both the Basic Training and the Brass Ring Cycle.  What have you got to lose?

Tutorials. Good technique is vital to elite fitness. Most people know how to squat, but few have perfect technique. Learn excellent technique with our growing database of picture and video tutorials.

Special Operations. We offer a customized fitness regimen to anyone entering the Navy Spec Ops pipelines. Learn more on the Spec Ops page. If you qualify, please contact us and request further information.

Advanced Resources:

Basic Training Program. Don’t let the name fool you. The Basic Training Program is designed for people of all fitness levels, from couch potato to triathlete. For those needing to get into shape, Basic Training serves as an introduction into fitness and functional movement. For more seasoned veterans, Basic Training should be seen as a “back to basics” course focused on functional movement and perhaps an introduction to a few new moves. If you’ve never studied CrossFit or used a kettlebell before, Basic Training is for you. Learn more…

Brass Ring Cycle Program. This is where the Warrior Athlete is born. You will train in all aspects of human movement. With this one program, you will develop the cardiovascular capacity of a runner, the strength of a weight lifter, the explosive power of high jumper, the core strength and agility of a MMA fighter. This is one-stop shopping for the ideal athletic physique. Using long and short cycles, you will focus on Strenth & Stamina, Power & Speed, and Extreme Training. Learn more…

Standard Training Programs. Get started on your fitness goals today with a small monthly investment in yourself. You will receive weekly workouts based on your current fitness level. The workouts can be accomplished in your home, in the park, or in a gym. Learn more…

Premium Training Programs. Kick your fitness into hypergear. The Premium Programs hook you up with your own coach and highly specialized training programs. Your coach will tailor your workout program to fit your specific needs. If you have injuries, specific goals, a lack of equipment, or any other factor, your coach will ensure that you are taken care of and consistently motivated. You and your coach will talk on the phone once per week and you will have unlimited email contact. Learn more…

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  1. Arf! Arf!

    Semper Fido

    Comment by sPOT — March 24, 2010 @ 2:00 pm

  2. [Quote]“This is where the Warrior Athlete is born. You will train in all aspects of human movement. With this one program, you will develop the cardiovascular capacity of a runner, the strength of a weight lifter, the explosive power of high jumper, the core strength and agility of a MMA fighter.”…this sounds like some serious training! I would love the challenge, not sure if i am at the fitness level yet to be able to do the Brass Ring Cycle program full on yet, but would love to give it a go.

    Paul
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    Comment by Paul — April 21, 2011 @ 8:08 am

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