A review of Jason Feruggia’s Triple Threat Muscle (3XM)
NOTE: This program is no longer sold as a separate unit. But you can get it by joining the Renegade Inner Circle (Platinum Option).
I’ve had the opportunity to review Ferruggia’s latest training program called “Triple Threat Muscle.”
Before I start, let me explain my endorsement policy here at strongandfit.net: if I could honestly recommend something to a friend or family member I’ll endorse it. If I think something is a complete waste of money I’ll expose it and tell you why.
Now, let me tell you a little about the creator of Triple Threat Muscle:
Jason Ferruggia is a highly sought after, world-renowned strength & conditioning specialist. Over the last 15 years he has personally trained more than 700 athletes from over 90 different NCAA, NFL, NHL and MLB organizations. He has also worked extensively with firefighters, police officers, military personnel, Hollywood stars and entertainers.
Now, let’s talk about what you get when you order Triple Threat Muscle:
First there’s the 3XM Workout Guide. This e-book is the main piece of the program.
Here’s an excerpt that neatly summarizes who and what this program is for:
“The fact of the matter is that very few people want to look like a big, bloated, immobile, unathletic, heavyweight bodybuilder. They would much rather look like an NFL wide receiver, and Olympic sprinter or gymnast, or, more recently, a ripped UFC fighter.”
Ferruggia explains his training background and what led him to create 3XM. He compares several training philosophies–split vs full body routines, for example and the pros/cons of each approach. He then explains the training program step-by-step.
The 3XM Nutrition Guide is also included. This e-book has three sample meal plans for three separate goals (muscle building, fat loss, and a “warrior diet”). It’s nothing fancy, but it would give someone some general directions in terms of diet.
The 3XM Bench Press Specialization Guide: This short e-book explains the proper bench press technique and a program for increasing your one rep max.
The Video Page is the other main component. It is easy to navigate and gives clear demonstrations on the exercises. Here’s a screen shot:
These videos are good quality and really helpful for following the workout plan. His e-book descriptions are fine, but it’s so much easier to just watch the videos.
Finally, you can get a complimentary two month subscription to Ferruggia’s membership site when you order this program.
So What Do I Think About Triple Threat Muscle?
There’s a lot to like about this program:
*The program is designed for what most of us want: a muscular, lean, and powerful physique.
*It is built around a three-day split. In other words, you only train three days a week. This is perfect for those of us with a life outside of the gym.
*The program design is simple and straightforward.
*It looks challenging and interesting. Let’s face it: doing the same basic routine for months (or years) can get kind of stale. Triple Threat Muscle looks perfect for someone who is ready to try a different approach to strength and fitness.
In conclusion, I think Triple Threat Muscle is a good investment for those interesting in building strength and fitness–it’s definitely worth 47 bucks. If you decided to try 3XM please use my links and support an honest voice in the fitness world. Just CLICK HERE if you are interested in buying the program.
UPDATE: I’ve had the opportunity try this training program–it’s intense! It was a breath of fresh air to my training, especially after years of doing the typical bodybuilding style training. You can read some of my training journal entries for more details. One thing I particularly liked was developing endurance and burning fat without doing boring cardio.
REMINDER: This program is now only available through Jason Ferruggia’s Renegade Inner Circle (Platinum Membership Option).
One final note: If you are a “hardgainer” (skinny guy) whose primarily goal is muscle mass, I’d recommend Ferruggia’s Muscle Gaining Secrets.
You can read my review of this program here: Muscle Gaining Secrets Review.