How to BREAK Through Plateaus (BUILD YOUR BASE!) Base vs Ceiling – SAID Principle Explained

Programming over a long period of time involves juggling multiple variables, one of the most overlooked of which is specificity. The longer you train in the same threshold, the more you bump up against your fixed ceiling, or peak. Instead of trying to grind out 5 more pounds at a time, you should instead commit to widening out your base, thereby pushing your ceiling higher.

Alexander Bromley

Greg Nuckols Free 3x per Week Deadlift Program

Greg Nuckols Free 2x per Week Deadlift Program – Novice/Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

Greg Nuckols Free Deadlift Program – Novice/Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

KEEP TRAINING SIMPLE! Phase Potentiation – Necessary Programming Component or Overhyped Distraction?

Hack Your CNS! Wave Sets Explained – Using Post Activation Potentiation to Prime Your Nervous System

Deload Week Explained – Controlling Volume and Intensity in Your Programs to Continue Growth

Candito 6 Week Linear Powerlifting Program Review

Greg Nuckols – Bench Press Program

Programming for Strength – General Adaptation Syndrome (GAS) Stress, Recovery & Progressive Overload

Using K.I.S.S. (Keep It Simple Stupid) 80 20 Rule (Pareto’s Law) & M.E.D. (Minimum Effective Dose)

Classical Linear Periodzation vs Block Periodization Explained

How to Progress Sets/Reps for Strength; Linear Periodization Explained

4 Week Training Plan

The Norwegian (training) experiment

Training Programs

Lift weights and do cardio are both important, but there is something in between

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