SHORTCUT JIM STOPPANI’S 6-WEEK SHRED TO

Earn Results That Speak for Themselves

6 workouts per week / 45-60 min. per workout

Shortcut to Shred isn’t easy, but you don’t want easy. You want results. Beginner or advanced, male or female, this program will test you and transform you. Do the work, and you will surprise everyone—especially yourself.

More than a workout plan. With this plan you also receive:

In-Depth Training Guidance

Shred fat and build muscle
Jim Stoppani's unique approach to fat-loss workouts feels like nothing you've ever done before. You'll put your rest periods to work while still lifting satisfying weight. You'll get a detailed workout video on Day 1, Jim's personal training tips throughout, and six weeks of amazing workouts.

Nutrition and Supplement Plan

Recipe list / Macro calculator
Shortcut to Shred includes a precise, three-phase nutrition plan engineered to help you build muscle and burn fat for six solid weeks. You'll also get a sample meal plan, food list, and eight of Jim's favorite recipes! Jim knows the science behind the supps. He'll tell you what to take, when, and why, to help you get the results of a lifetime!

Cardio acceleration is critical to Shortcut to Shred. It will fire up your fat-burning furnace like nothing else. Cardio acceleration is a technique that combines high-intensity cardio and resistance training into one fast-paced workout. Instead of resting between your lifts, you will do cardio between every single set. Simply put, you’ll lift one set of a prescribed exercise, such as bench press, and then immediately follow it with one minute of cardio.

Cardio effectively replaces your rest periods. Now, I don’t mean you have to rack the barbell, run across the gym, and jump on a treadmill or stationary bike. Your cardio acceleration exercises can be as simple as running in place next to the bench. You can also jump rope, perform dumbbell cleans, step-ups, or any combination of full-body exercises. Whatever you do, the point is to move for an entire minute.

Between each set, you’ll do one minute of a cardio acceleration exercise. If you’re new to fitness and find that one minute is too long, you can reduce the time to 30 seconds, or go at a slower pace. The goal is to gradually increase the time you spend doing high-intensity cardio. You want to keep each cardio acceleration minute as intense and demanding as possible.

Cardio acceleration options

  • KB Swing
  • Goblet Squat
  • Squat Jump
  • Box Jump
  • DB Step-up
  • BB Step-up
  • Sprints
  • Running in Place
  • Medicine Ball Slam
  • Dumbbell Lunge
  • Lunge Jumps
  • Side-to-Side Box Shuffle
  • Sledgehammer Swing
  • Battling Ropes
  • Rocket Jump
  • Lateral Bound
  • Lateral Box Jump
  • Side Standing Long Jump
  • Mountain Climber
  • Jump Rope
  • Knee Tuck Jump
  • Diagonal Bound
  • Tire Flip
  • Skipping (in place)
  • Elliptical
  • DB Clean
  • Smith Machine Clean
  • Step-up with Knee Raise

Workout Schedule

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