Mountain Dog 2.0: The Sentinel



The Sentinel is here! This is the second program of my new Mountain Dog 2.0 program. You may ask yourself – “What is a Sentinel”? Sentinels are technologically advanced, and have exhibited a wide variety of abilities. They possess vast physical strength, and their bodies are highly resistant to damage. They are able to alter their physical forms or re-assemble and reactivate themselves after they have been destroyed. Sentinels have the ability to learn from their experiences, developing their defenses during an engagement.

This is exactly how I designed my new 14 week – high-frequency training program. This is the program I have employed for my offseason mass building phase. Don’t worry – This program works just as well if you’re dieting as well.

This program is a 14 week, 6-day a week intense, high-frequency program – designed explicitly to induce massive hypertrophy. It is split up into 3 body-part phases: Legs, Back, and Chest/Shoulders. During each phase we smash these body parts with high frequency and intensity to bring up lagging areas you may have.

I am going to warn you…. This program is NOT easy. This program is ONLY for people who are ready to work hard and are serious about growth. If you want a light workout the next 14 weeks and to take it easy in the gym, this is not the program for you.

BONUS:
When you buy The Sentinel, you will get one free month to the Mountain Dog Diet members section. Here is where you will get over 4 years of training, nutrition, supplementation contest prep advice, as well as tons of videos recipes, interviews with top people in the industry, and so much more.

Not only will you get access to the member site, but you will get access to our new private Facebook group – where you can ask me questions, get exclusive Facebook Live Q&A videos, training videos, special deals and to be a part of a community that wants to help you.


Get The Sentinel for Only $249

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