Art and science of lifting

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The Science of Lifting by Greg Nuckols

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Let me describe an exercise for you. You place a loaded barbell across your shoulders, squat down to a position with high degrees of both knee and hip flexion, either as deep as you can go, or as deep as you can safely go before your back starts rounding, then stand up.
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How people and how their training programs should differ:. Younger athletes have advantages that cannot be replicated in later years. Getting to your competitive peak as soon as possible is crucial. There are three key advantages to being young:. Why am I so passionate about having the knowledge and ability to manage your own training?

Greg Nuckols is the owner and founder of Strengtheory. Greg is very tapped into what questions people have and what information is often misconstrued. Practicing what he preaches, Greg has held 3 all-time world records in powerlifting. His current numbers are a lb. Omar Isuf is the owner of the most popular fitness YouTube channel in Canada.

Note: Charles is here on a weekly basis to help you cut through the B. Post your questions directly to Charles in the comments below this article. READER: When does a person add outside-of-the-gym strength training that is not part of that gym or trainer's programming? When does adding extra stuff verge on overtraining? But with that said, the best way to assess your recovery levels which includes, but is not limited to, your overall training load is to directly look at your performance on the things that matter to you.

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