PWR is a 12 week workout program by Sweat trainer Kelsey Wells.
PWR helps women with postpartum workouts and strength training for women. PWR is a great way for women to get started, build muscle, strength and confidence in the gym! Below are some common questions to help decide if the PWR program is right for you!
What is PWR?
PWR, short for Power, is based on a hypertrophy style of resistance training, which is designed to help increase lean muscle and strength throughout the entire body.
PWR is a gym-based program incorporating large gym-based equipment, free weights, resistance bands and bodyweight exercises.
As PWR is a gym-based program, equipment is required. See our support article 'Required Equipment' for a full list of required equipment plus substitute options. Unfortunately, due to equipment requirements, PWR can not be completed from home.
PWR vs BBG Stronger
Where BBG Stronger incorporates plyometric cardio training, Kelsey’s PWR program includes hypertrophy training, a style of resistance training specifically designed to increase muscle and strength. PWR places greater focus on resistance workouts rather than cardio - so you will find this structure slightly different to BBG and BBG Stronger!
Through the combination of hypertrophy-based resistance workouts, cardio and rehabilitation you will have all you need to achieve overall improvement in muscle and strength.
PWR and BBG Stronger are a great introduction to weight training and can help you to build your confidence in the gym. If you've completed BBG Stronger, you can take the knowledge and technique developed and apply to PWR.
Will this make me bulky?
PWR will provide an increase in overall muscle mass and power, allowing you to be stronger than ever!
Kelsey has answered her most frequently asked questions about PWR on her BLOG!
Learn more about Kelsey Wells and PWR here!