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Amoila Cesar has cracked the code training professional athletes to get the most out of their workouts without jeopardizing their game-time performance. If you want to really see firsthand what this program will LOOK and FEEL like. Go ahead and try the 645 Sample workout above. We’ll be choosing a select few people to go through the VIP text group with us. In order to qualify, you must do the 645 Sample workout and then opt-in with your name and email.

His secret? Don’t overtrain. It’s the model for his revolutionary new program: 645.

645 combines strength training, cardio, and mobility work using functional, powerful moves that will target your entire body, and still leave you feeling invigorated, energized, and ready for anything.

Commit to Amoila for 13 weeks, and he’ll help you build a legit fit body without feeling constantly sore and spent.

645 sample workout

What Is 645?

Created by Beachbody Super Trainer Amoila Cesar, 645 is a cutting-edge strength and mobility training program designed to help you build incredible power while losing weight — and without finishing workouts feeling defeated or wiped out.

He’ll motivate you the same way he does some of the world’s best athletes to get your best workout, every day.

Each session starts with a total-body warm-up that activates your muscles and readies them for the hard work to come. Make no mistake, these first 10 minutes are much more than a good stretch.

By focusing on your entire body, you’re setting yourself up to get the most out of every rep and every move, and to properly prep your body so that you’re physically ready for what’s to come.

645 is 6 days a week, 45 minutes a day, for 13 weeks.

This groundbreaking program is broken into 4 stages — the first three are 4 weeks each, while the last one is week 13.

More than getting great results, Amoila’s goal is to put you on a straight path to reaching your peak in 13 weeks without crawling across the finish line.

If you ever find a workout too challenging, you can follow the modifications as you build up your fitness level.