In addition to the free programming you get on the Blog, we also offer a

Hatchet Program as well as Masters Programming.

 

The Hatchet Program

What is it?

The Hatchet Program is unique to Misfit Athletics and is designed for athletes who want some help modifying the free Blog to a more manageable intensity and volume. Many of the workouts are modified versions of Blog workouts and are built for those who want a little more work than you might get in a 1-hour class without having to dedicate too much more time in the gym. Complete Tier subscribers also get access to our private Facebook group where you can compare scores and interact with other followers of the Hatchet program.

How do I get it?

The Hatchet Program is available to Pro and Complete subscribers through our Memberships page. Once you sign up and submit your payment, you can access the daily program by clicking “Blog” at the top of the site, and then clicking the “Hatchet” tab.

 

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What’s the difference between the free Blog and Hatchet?

Good news – we created a side-by-side Program Comparison for you to use to compare programs.

Misfit Athletics Sample Program

 

Masters Programming

What is it?

The Masters Program is written specifically with the Masters age divisions in mind and includes Age Division Modifications for those in the 55+ category. The program is tailored to the training and recovery needs of Masters athletes and different from our individual Blog in terms of both workouts and volume. Like the Hatchet program, Complete subscribers will gain access to a private Facebook group specifically for followers of the Masters program to post scores, ask questions, and interact with other followers.

How do I get it?

The Masters Program is available to Pro and Complete subscribers through our Memberships page. Once you sign up and submit your payment, you can access the program by clicking “Blog” at the top of the site, and then clicking the “Masters” tab.

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