Think you can keep up with Arian? Well, now you’ve got your shot to try it out and see fi you can compete with an NFL star. Besides performing the same on the field and gym workouts that he does, you can now match your benchmarks with him on his new iPhone app Foster’s Fitnes to see if you are NFL-caliber.
Here are Arian Foster’s benchmarks:
Bench Press- 335 lbs.
Deadlift- 485 lbs.
Squat- 515 lbs.
Quarter Mile Time- 54 seconds
Vertical Leap- 38″
Long Jump- 22 feet
Shuttle Drill- 4.4 seconds
225 Bench Press – 22 reps
Pushups without any rest- 94 reps
Pullups without any rest- 21 reps With Foster’s Fitness you can try and compete with him in all of these aspects to see if you have what it takes to be an NFL player. If you’re not there yet, you can work your way up with the workout routines provided in the application that helped provide Arian with his award winning body and athletic ability, and track your progress along the way by saving your workout routines and the amount of weight used, reps done, and sets completed. With this unique app you can also “Race Arian” which allows you to compare your 40 and 100 yard dash times with the Houston running back by pressing the start button when you take off on the filed in an all-out sprint. The application will track your speed and then provide a comparative result with that of Foster’s time. Think you can beat him? He runs a 4.4 40 yard dash and a 10.8 100 yd dash. So, good luck to you sir.
Arian Foster is a once in a generation elite athlete and you can certainly learn from his experiences on the football field and in the gym, which are his stomping grounds for developing the athlete that he is today. There are millions of combinations of exercise routines and meal plans generated through Foster’s Fitness. You can even create your own your favorite exercises and save personalized workout routines so you can track your progress. If you’re looking to get in the best shape of your life are you going to continue doing what you’re doing with limited guidance, or are you going to train with an NFL pro? This app is fire. Now go get it.