Website Launch

Thanks for stopping by and checking out my new website! I am so excited to share the new format with everyone!

Yes, this is my first blog of many to come! I have been working on so many projects lately including the new Superhuman training programs, and I’m very pleased to have them available to you now! I’ve placed an incredible amount of effort for many months to create THE perfect Beginner and Intermediate training programs. My goal was to create programs that will challenge you to attain the next level of calisthenics. Each eBook includes demo video tutorials so you can have the entire program at your fingertips.

I get so many questions and emails each day asking about my workouts, nutrition advice, how to perform certain exercises, how to stay motivated, and more. I do my best to address as many as I can on Facebook or in other ways, but unfortunately I simply don’t have time to answer them all. But now I can give you more with my new website and bring you guys more into my daily life so you can have a closer look at my health and fitness journey! When you subscribe to my newsletter you will receive direct messages and exclusive content of my in-depth approach to exercise, training techniques, motivation, nutrition, new program releases, and everything else that goes along with living a healthy lifestyle.

I know you guys have been asking for a new motivational video... it's coming! My new “Superhuman Rises” Youtube video will be released within a month! Don’t forget to subscribe to my Youtube channel!

Visit the WORKOUT tab for the new training programs (+nutritional bonus), and remember to subscribe to my newsletter so I can keep you updated on the latest happenings, what I’m working on, motivation, inspiration, tips, and other health & fitness topics.

Browse and enjoy my new website! I look forward to an amazing 2015 with you! Much thanks for all the continued support!

  • David

    Hey Frank! I just wanted to stop by and say thanks for making a decision to help others achieve their goals through your life. One of the most exciting things about your program (that I’m looking forward to) are the vegan meal plans that are coming out soon. There are many exercises programs out there that bring a meal plan but it seems like they all have dairy or meat products, so I can’t wait to look at your meal plan and implement it in my life. May God continue to bless you as you help others!

  • David

    Hey Frank, I had a quick question about the chart below. I’m having a little trouble understanding it.

    So when it says 4 Sets, Is it 4 sets of each of the categories under REST? i.e. Do I do 2 push ups and rest for 60 seconds four times, then do 4 push ups and rest for 90 seconds four times, then do 5+ push ups and rest for 120 seconds four times to finish this entire portion?

    Or do I select one of the three categories and do that four times?

    Or am I getting it wrong all together?

    Also why does it say MAX REPS at the top? What is that referring to?

    And finally, at the bottom, where it says 5+ — is that asking me to max out trying to perform at least 5 push ups?

    Thanks a lot for your help! I can’t wait to get started!


    • Andrey Kim

      Hi David. I’ve got the same questions. Did you get any feedback from Frank for this?


      • David

        Hey Andrey,

        Actually I did figure it out. So basically when it says Max Reps that means that you’re going to max out every time. For example, in the first set you do push ups. I believe you do four sets. so you begins to do the push ups as many as you can-in other words you max out. If you can only do one or two push ups, then you get a 60 second break. If you can only do three or four push ups, you get a 90 second break, and if you can do five or more push ups, you get 120 second rest. Since it’s a set of four, you do this same thing four times, then you go to the next exercise. In day one, you have a total of five exercises. Hope this makes sense. Happy training!

    • Andrey Kim

      Hi David. I’ve got the same questions. Did you get any feedback for this?