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The commonality in training of old-time strongmen was constant practice and progressive overload. Not constant extreme effort or constant exhaustion.
My focus is health, so the four weeks of programming I have provided is an example of what I would give to a client who is quite highly skilled, but has a later stage of adrenal burnout.
If you follow this program as written, you can expect up to a 10% increase in your one rep max in deadlift and bench press. You can expect to feel stronger, more explosive, and faster.
The goal of this free program is for you to increase whole-body strength and power, as measured by 1RM in deadlift, power clean, and bench press.
Here are four weeks of weightlifting programming. Two weeks of a conditioning phase and two weeks of a strength cycle. This is how I program for my athletes.
The Pause Method allows the coach to segment the lift so the athlete can develop spatial orientation and find these same positions on his own quickly, as is required for lifting heavy weights.
This program, I imagine, is about as pleasant as a spell in the stocks - and ought to be applied judiciously. That being said, it's simple and it totally works.
These 4 weeks of workouts are dedicated in whole to getting you maximally lean and super muscly. They will focus on one thing mostly, and that’s metabolic conditioning.
Mike Mahler always stuck out in the strength world due to being a vegan. Now he's on another unique mission - to get you to optimize your hormones and your happiness.
Mike started experimenting on himself at the age of sixteen and hasn't stopped - kettlebells, vegan diet, the fitness business. You name it, Mike's tried it and is happy to share what he learned.
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MovNat is a physical education and fitness system that is entirely based on natural movement skills. Let me explain to you why it is imperative you work on these skills to achieve your other goals.
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