You’ll find answers to common questions related to your VIGOR Training app, membership, and account. If you can’t find an answer here, post it in the Facebook group and I’ll get it answered ASAP.
VIGOR Strength Athlete (VSA) and VIGOR Everyday Athlete (VEA) are the core to VIGOR Training program. They are considered teams, in that they’re ongoing programs, and those who follow these teams do the same training sessions on the same days, all over the world. Most VIGOR Training members are on one of these teams.
However, the VSA and VEA teams are not appropriate for everyone.
For novice strength trainers, or those with more of a sport-specific training goal, one of the VIGOR Training “Programs” may be more appropirate.
Novices should start with VIGOR Athlete-In-Training Phase I and/or Phase II, which build a foundation for the programming in VEA and VSA.
Others may wish to jump off a team to train for a Tough Mudder, the Army Combat Fitness Test, or another specifc event that has an associated training program for it.
If you’re ever in doubt, ask in the VIGOR (men) or VIGORESS (women) Facebook group.
The following are some recommendations and guidelines to help you decide. Of course, you’re free to train on a team for a while to see if it’s a good fit, and switch to a different team at any time if you decide that it isn’t.
If you do not have the current access codes, request them by clicking on the button above. Once you have the access codes, follow the instructions below:
Athlete-in-Training, phases 1 and 2 are 12-week programs. Once you’ve completed one or both, you could do them again, or move onto VIGOR Everyday Athlete or VIGOR Strength Athlete.
To move onto a new team, see the question before this one.
To restart Athlete In Training, follow these steps:
As of May 1, 10% of VIGOR Training monthly membership revenues are donated to the Gary Sinise Foundation to support military families.