Build healthy joints that last a lifetime.
BulletproofRx address mobility and strength balance issues with 10-20 minutes of accessory training 3-5 days per week.
Pain Free PRs.
Lift without pain and set new records with a body capable of generating force through your entire range of motion.
About The Programs
We encourage every Member to start with the BulletproofRx Program. It is the only program most Members need.
There are 13 additional body zone specific Bulletproof Programs. Occasionally a BulletproofRx workout will identify a weakness that is best resolved by switching to, or adding, one of these zone specific programs.
Each workout takes roughly 15 minutes per day.
Some athletes need more than can be accomplished with Bulletproof Programs and move to 1 on 1 Programming with an Active Life Doctor.
Frequently Asked Questions
Question: Can I cancel at any time?
Answer: Yes. There is a red Cancel button on the member home page.
Question: How many programs can I do at one time?
Answer: Your membership gets you access to one program at a time.
Question: Why can’t I do 2 programs at once?
Answer: Good question. Bulletproof programs are most effective when completed 1 at a time. Occasionally the main BulletproofRx Program will identify an issue that is best resolved by switching to, or adding, a zone specific program. This is handled on a case by case basis.
Question: I really want to do multiple programs. Is it possible for me to work out a deal to do 3 programs at once?
Answer: You can buy individual programs as a one time purchase and do as many at once as you like.
What Equipment Do I Need?
- Kettlebells or Dumbbells. The weights needed depend on how strong you are.
- A barbell and weights.
- A Plyo Box to step up on (for lower body programs, not needed for Bulletproof Shoulders).
- A Pull-Up Bar
- Something heavy to carry. Preferably farmer carry handles but it’s not required. Many athletes use a Brute Force sandbag.
Nice to Have:
- Farmer Carry Handles.
- A squat rack.
- Bumper plates.
- A jump rope.
Several programs call for a rower or an assault bike; however, you can substitute jogging, jumping rope or rucking.
Question: Do I have to do the programs 5 days per week?
Answer: Nope. You can work through the programs at your own pace.
Question: How long does it take to notice a difference?
Answer: It depends on how messed up you are. 🙂 Most athletes see improvement in 2-3 weeks.
If you don’t feel any better in 4-5 weeks you need to contact us using the support button.
Question: Who creates the workouts?
Answer: Dr Jeremy Todd and Dr Sean Pastuch write every workout.