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Wish you had a program like back when you were an athlete and in the best shape of your life?

This exact reason is why I get emails all the time from former athletes asking for a program "like they did at school".

My name is Ryan Horton and I've been a Collegiate Sports Performance for 20 years and I've been sending programs to former athletes for probably 19 of those years. Now you can get one for yourself.

This Legends Volume Program consists of:
  • 4 Weeks / 4 Days per Week
  • Volume and Intensity Optimized for Muscle Mass Gains
  • Includes Olympic lifts and Compound Movements like Squats, Deadlifts and Bench Press.
What does a "Volume Cycle" mean?

The first four weeks of a full 12-week cycle has more overall volume, meaning more sets and more reps.

This is beneficial in many ways.

First, more volume helps build "muscular endurance" that will create a foundation for you to be able to get through the next few weeks of workouts without getting completely wiped out.

More volume is also good for developing hypertrophy. The Legends programs are designed for you to train explosively, but there is also plenty of strength and size development in place as well. The Volume Cycle emphasizes that aspect of your training.

Finally, more volume is good to refocus on technique. More reps is essentially more practice. Use them time to polish up and/or improve your technique. This will come in helpful as we get heavier later on.

By adjusting volume and intensity over a long-term training plan (when combined with the Strength Cycle and Power Cycle (coming soon)).

Finally, the program comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee, no questions asked.

If you have any specific questions regarding this program, feel free to reach out to me at
You will get a PDF (74KB) file

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Coach Ryan Horton

Coach Horton has worked as a Strength and Conditioning Coach and Sports Scientist in collegiate athletics for 20 years.

He most recently served as the Director of Sports Science at Georgia Tech. His career has also included stops at the University of Tennessee, Temple University, FIU and Elon.

He's had the opportunity to work with some of the best coaches and athletes in college sports and has accumulated a wealth of knowledge over the years training and competing at the highest level.

His new mission, Horton Barbell, is designed to be a platform to share that knowledge with as many coaches and athletes as possible to help them maximize their potential.

What people are saying

“I was fortunate enough to work with Coach Horton while playing football at Georgia Tech. After my years in college and playing in the NFL, he is the most innovative strength coach I have been around.

His knowledge and understanding of the human body and its movements amazed me. His level of care for each individual athlete also constantly stood out. You will not find someone else more committed in helping you reach your goals than Coach Horton.”

— Tyler Davis

Coach Horton was an integral part of my development as a college football player, taking me to a new level when it came to size, speed and strength.

— Matt Hennessy

“When I played at Temple, Coach Horton played a big role in helping me plan my conditioning and nutrition. He also played a pivotal role in helping me develop as an athlete. His vast knowledge and great coaching helped me develop better speed, agility, power and change of direction.

His coaching is one of the reasons that I learned how to train and take care of my body properly. I still use a lot of his advice and coaching points in the NFL today.”

— Rock Ya-Sin