When you think about your training as a system composed of several interrelated components, you're likely to succeed.
My orthopedic health is holding up great, and I had another productive week of training.
For the first time since starting the Matt Kroc deadlift cycle, I’m feeling confident that I’ll make it through the entire sixteen weeks.
The most successful people keep constant pressure on themselves. This is the price that must be paid for excellence.
To be successful in lifting, you have to use the greatest amount of intensity that you can sustain long-term.
If you’re a competitive athlete, the time for testing your maximum capacity is in competition, not in training.
This week I've been thinking a lot about the learning process and how it relates to complex movements.
My training volume this week was the highest it's been in a while, so I may have to take a deload week.
I’ve managed much better accumulation of volume this week, and not at the expense of intensity either. I’m happy with everything I’m doing and looking to continue the current trend.
I hit some pretty high volume at the beginning of this week. I continued doing the SSB squats with chains and have also started using the ab wheel on my days off.
This week I entered a high-volume phase in hopes I can maintain or increase maximal strength and also improve body composition.
It’s easy to get weighed down in the trap of defining our successes by comparison to others. But what's even more important are the small, everyday self-victories.
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