1. Arsenal Squats
2. Crucifix Pulls
3. Viking Press
4. Suicide Rows
5. Double Hammer Curls
6. jBells Flys
7. Chain Loaded Dips
8. Barbell Deadlifts
Weight x Reps Completed x 8 Movements (Total Output) Divided By Body Weight = Output Quotient
Example: Male Athlete, 200 lbs.
- Arsenal Squats – 800 x 12 Reps = 9,600
- Crucifix Pulls – 200 x 12 Reps = 2,400
- Viking Press – 300 x 12 Reps = 3,600
- Suicide Rows* – 80 x 12 Reps = 960 x 3 = 2,880
- Double Hammer Curls* – 90 x 12 Reps = 1,080 x 3 = 3,240
- jBells Flys* – 100 x 12 Reps = 1,200 x 3 = 3,600
- Chain Loaded Dips – 180 x 12 Reps = 2,160
- Deadlifts – 400 x 12 Reps = 4,800
32,280 (Total Output) Divided By 200 (Body Weight) = 161.4 Output Quotient
*triple multiples applied to all jBells movements
Physical dimensions are calculated instantly within 0.1 mm using 3DX Technology
Upper body – CHEST and ARMS
Lower body – THIGHS and CALVES
Upper body – SHOULDERS and ARMS
Lower body – HIPS and THIGHS
DELTA 1 – Upper body to waist ratio (3 to 1 = 3.00)*
DELTA 2 – Lower body to waist ratio (3 to 1 = 3.00)*
DELTA 3 – Upper body to lower body ratio (1 to 1 = 1.00)*
*Represents max score of 100. Penalty of 1 point per 0.01 negative deviation.
Originally designed by the U.S. Military for weapons manufacturing, three dimensional extrusion (3DX) is advanced laser measurement technology that is accurate to within 100 microns. Now being applied to fitness athletes, it is the new gold standard for the industry.
Only the first 12 reps in each set counts towards Total Output.
1. Strategically – Requires The Athlete To Employ Intelligent Weight Selection For Each Movement. Go Too Heavy – You Won’t Hit The 12 Reps And You Lose Points. Go Too Light – You Don’t Maximize The Output Potential And You Lose Points.
2. Scientifically – Lab Tested, Time Tested, And Proven By Champion Bodybuilders To Be The Optimal Rep Range For Building Muscle.
3. Mathematically – Closes The Loophole. Nobody Wants To Watch You Squat 80 Pounds 200 Times.
(M) Super Heavyweight – 240 pounds and over
(M) Heavyweight – 220 to 239 pounds
(M) Cruiserweight – 200 to 219 pounds
(M) Light Heavyweight – 180 to 199 pounds
(F) Middleweight – 140 to 150 pounds
(F) Lightweight – 130 to 139 pounds
(F) Featherweight – 120 to 129 pounds
(F) Angelweight – 119 pounds and below
Ripped, yes. Dehydrated, no. Every athlete must find the right balance of achieving the best possible Deltas, while maintaining maximum output. The lighter the bodyweight the better the OQ, and the smaller the waist the better the 3D Score. This is a real sport. Using bodybuilding prep as a reference point – between 4 to 6 weeks out condition.
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