More than 6,000 other lifters got stronger using Average to Savage 1.0.
This 2.0 version improves on the original program, promising to be even better.
I am 38 years old now, well past my physical peak but still I have been able to add 75 pounds to my squat, 60 pounds to my bench, and 70 pounds to my deadlift in my short time with the program, all while maintaining a caloric deficit and losing around 20 pounds of pure body fat.Justin
I added 20-30 pounds to each of my lifts. This happened completing one 16-week cycle of “Average to Savage”. I enjoyed the flexibility built in to the program and the ability to get each session done in about an hour.David
In 16 weeks I became stronger, bigger, and more powerful than in my previous decade of lifting. The “Average to Savage” program literally catapulted me into a different level of weight training that I thought was beyond my 50 years of age.Mark