Welcome to Results Based Online Training
Here's why our members love Mallyable:
Meal plans don't work, routines do. We help you build sustainable routines through easy-to-follow daily practices to restore a healthy relationship with food. Stop the dieting and frustration and use our routines to become Mallyable in the kitchen.
TrueCoach Feedback and Video Conferencing
Through TrueCoach, you will get your daily workout, exercise demonstrations, and an easy way to share your own training videos with your coach. Enjoy quick and responsive feedback to improve your technique.
Having a strong body is nothing without a proper mindset. Learn how to cope with stress, enjoy learning new things, and become more adaptable to the daily pressures you face in and out of the gym.
100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE
If you are not completely satisfied with your service after 14 days, you will get 100% of your money back. No begging, no complaining, that is our promise!
$150 / per month
*2 month minimum requirement
Frequently Asked Questions
What is The Mallyable Method?
Phase 1: For the first 6-8 weeks, you will do back squats, , bench or strict presses during each workout. These movements are the best for creating total body strength and a foundation of fitness.
Phase 2: Next, you will do a 6-week body weight movement progression for chin-ups, handstand push-ups, and pistol squats in addition to your strength lifts. It is okay if you have never been upside down or done a single chin-up in your life. We provide safe and simple steps to get everyone a little more gymnasty.
Phase 3: Now that you have developed some total body strength and some foundational body weight movements, each training session will have one strength lift and one body weight workout of the day (Body WOD). Here is where you really start to burn calories and see the long term results you have been looking for.
How many days a week will I workout?
Phase 1: You will only workout 3 days a week for 60 minutes with two optional active recovery cardio sessions.
Phase 2: You will workout 4 days a week for 60 minutes with one optional active recovery cardio session.
Phase 3: You will workout 5 days a week for 60 minutes.
What services does Mallyable Online Coaching include?
- A personalized training plan through TrueCoach that can be accessed through your phone or computer
- Monthly video conferences with your coach
- Video movement coaching for every workout and a quick feedback loop so you are prepared for the next workout
- A personal messaging service between you and your coach for any questions you might have along the way
How does the sign up process work?
When you sign up, you will receive a follow-up email about setting up our first video conference. This will allow Mallyable to determine the best program for you and provide you the best service possible.
Afterwards, you will be given instructions on how to set up your free TrueCoach account. This is a software program where you will be provided with your daily exercises, sets, repetitions, and exercise demonstration videos. You will record your numbers and the videos of your sessions and upload them to TrueCoach. Most people do this through the free app on their phone. After each workout, you will be given individualized feedback and coaching so that you can rock your next training session.
TrueCoach also has a messaging platform so you can communicate directly with your coach if you have any problems.
I just signed up! Now what?
After you register and pay, you will get a questionnaire email regarding your personal goals, exercise history, information about any injuries you've had, etc. You will also receive a “Starter Packet” document with step-by-step guides to:
- Access and login to TrueCoach
- Connecting with your coach and the Mallyable Facebook page
- A basic overview of how to do the major lifts and how to film yourself
You will then complete your first workout, which you will film on your phone and share with your coach. This is the starting place for the rest of the training plan. After your coach assesses your video, they will write a personalized training plan for you based on the Mallyable Method.
What equipment do I need?
The basic equipment needs to join Mallyable are:
- A basic squat rack or squat stands
- A 45 lb barbell for men or a 35 lb barbell for women (some clients may need to start with a 15 lb barbell)
- Olympic plates, either iron or rubber bumper or both. Most clients should have access to plates that add up to 400 lb (four 45 lb plates, two 25 lb plates, four 10 lb plates, two 5 lb plates, and two 2.5 lb plates). Some clients may need at least one extra set of 10 lb bumper plates for learning the deadlift at lighter weights.
- A flat bench for bench pressing
- A pull up bar for Phase 2 and up.
What if I don't have access to a barbell?
Mallyable is all about being adaptable to you so that you can adapt to the world. Though this program requires general access to a barbell and plate weights, and you will see the best results with this equipment, Mallyable also understands that people travel or do not always have access to certain equipment. Therefore, accommodations can be made as needed.
Why does Mallyable require a two month commitment?
Mallyable requires a two month commitment because we know that it takes about 8 weeks before you start seeing the results you are looking for. We are confident that once you get a taste of success, you will continue to do what is working. After the 8 week commitment, we will continue to program new and more challenging training sessions so that you continue to improve, all at the same monthly rate. You will continue this until you formally cancel in writing (see below).
Physical Limitation Questions
What if I have never done any strength training before? Can I still join Mallyable?
Hell yeah! In fact, if you haven't done any strength training before, you should definitely join Mallyable! As long as you have access to the general equipment listed under the "General Questions" section, you will do great! You will be guided through a simple and progressive step-by-step process so that you can always feel confident stepping up to a barbell.
The room I lift in is super small. What if I can't get my whole body in my training video?
There are two possible options: you can set up your camera phone in the doorway, or you can get the Fisheye lens for your camera phone.
I have an injured or a sore hip/shoulder/back. Can I still do the program?
Yes! Done correctly, the primary lifts may be the very thing that will help rehabilitate or fix achy joints and muscles. We will also provide personal accommodations to ensure that you are safe and getting stronger and not injuring yourself further.