Are you looking for the Hammer and Chisel workout schedule?
If so, you’re in the right place. The image below is the 60 day Hammer and Chisel schedule. (Click to enlarge or “right click and “save as” to save it to your computer if you want to print it out.)
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How Many Different Workouts Are In The Hammer And Chisel Workout Program?
Hammer and Chisel is 15 (19 if you choose the “Deluxe” package) different works, which is great because it gives you and your body a wide variety. Having so many different workouts prevents boredom and keep things exciting. As you can see from looking at the Hammer and Chisel schedule, you don’t repeat a workout (Chisel Balance) until the 13th day!
How Long Are The Hammer And Chisel Workouts?
Below is a list of all 19 Hammer and Chisel workouts along with how long each one is.
14 Base Kit Hammer and Chisel Workouts
- Safety Video – 3:17
- Chisel Balance – 41:05
- Iso Strength Chisel – 36:39
- Chisel Endurance – 36:55
- Chisel Cardio – 39:00
- Chisel Agility – 38:29
- Total Body Chisel – 36:04
- Hammer Plyometrics – 26.29
- Iso Speed Hammer – 24:11
- Total Body Hammer – 43:48
- Max Hammer Strength – 36:53
- Hammer Power – 39:10
- 10 Min Ab Chisel – 10:56
- 10 Min Ab Hammer – 12:29 (Liars!..lol)
- The Master’s Cardio – 17:38
Deluxe Hammer And Chisel Workouts
- Hammer Build Up – 32:59
- Power Chisel – 30:16
- 15 Min Leg Hammer – 18:41
- 15 Min Glute Chisel – 17:53
So the average Hammer and Chisel workout length is about 35 minutes, which is a great length. Long enough to get in a great workout, and short enough to bust the excuse of “I don’t have time to workout.”
How Many Days A Week Is The Hammer Chisel Workout Schedule?
The Hammer and Chisel workout schedule is 6 days a week, with the 7th day being a rest day.
This program is designed to get you results, and get them fairly quickly. In order to do this you need to be working out 6 days a week. Yo also need to take your rest day. Often times people will feel like they should be doing something on the rest day. Don’t, get your rest. Your body needs it to recover and repair. Exercising on your rest day can actually be detrimental to your results.
If you’d like your rest day to fall on a certain day of the week (Sunday is a popular rest day), just start the Day 1 on a Thursday. If you start on a Thursday and follow the Hammer and Chisel schedule, all of your rest days will fall on Sunday.
What Happens If I Miss A Day?
A common question asked is, “what should I do if I miss a day?”
Don’t over think this. Do your best to stick to the Hammer and Chisel Schedule, but if something comes up (and things WILL come up, life happens to us all), simply continue on the next day with the workout you missed on the previous day. In other words, it may take you 62 or 63 days to get through the 60 day program.
As Tony Horton says, “do your best, and forget the rest!”
Here’s a plan for you to follow. Make a commitment, and stick to it.
Sure there will be days when you don’t feel like getting your workout in, everyone has those days. Those are the days where you suck it up and get it done.
Trust in the process and just do it!