PJ Stahl’s Step360 Pro Total Body Training Program

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Variance and versatility is the key to success with any fitness program.

Step360™ Pro

At Lock Box LA, we utilize the Step360 Pro as more than just a “stability” tool. My coaches and trainers use the Step 360 as a full body training apparatus.

I teach all of my staff about the importance of the why behind each exercise when designing a program.

Each exercise has a different emphasis; Muscular Strength, Muscular Endurance, Core, Conditioning/Cardio, Accessory (Activation, Coordination, Balance, Injury Prevention), etc. When building a program it is important to know why we are choosing each exercise and the importance behind the exact placement of each exercise in the program.

Below is a full body training program that uses strength, accessory core and conditioning/cardio exercises to build a well rounded workout. I have balanced out the training plan by using movement pattern based exercises. Upper Body Pull and Push, Lower Body Pull and Push, Balance, Injury Prevention, Core (Rotational Stability and Propulsive) and Conditioning/Cardio. I wanted to establish a balanced body program with all movement patterns in the first two strength circuits and a cardio burst circuit to finish up the workout.


Circuit 1:

3 Rounds:

10x 1-DB Lat Pullover (Upper Body Pull)

10x 1-DB Goblet Squat (Lower Body Push)

10-10x 1-Leg Strength Band External Rotation (Accessory)

10-10x Hand Plank Lateral DB Drag (Core)

Circuit 2:

3 Rounds:

10-10x 2-DB Alternating Chest Press (Upper Body Push)

10x 2-DB 2-Leg RDL (Lower Body Pull)

10-10x 1-Leg RDL Bent Over Versa Tube Reverse Fly (Accessory)

10-10x Seated 1-DB Russian Twist (Core)

Circuit 3:

5 Rounds:

30sec – Clock Walk Mt Climbers (Conditioning/Cardio)

30sec – Burpee Lateral Hop Over (Conditioning/Cardio)



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PJ Stahl

About PJ Stahl

Power Systems Master Coach, PJ Stahl, MA, CSCS is creator of PROJECT STEEL and a Reebok Ambassador. His background in competing in collegiate level Division I gymnastics paired with his experience coaching professional athletes, he was naturally led to become a fitness performance coach. PJ utilizes over 20 years of experience and over 25 certifications as a well-rounded elite fitness expert in personal and group training. PJ currently resides in Los Angeles where he owns and trains out of his studio, Lock Box Fitness & Performance Center.