The most interesting and valuable articles of week #45 2021.
Strength Training Articles
T-Nation shared Advanced Negative Training: Accentuated Eccentrics, how to use accentuated eccentric in your training, and example exercises to include in your training.
Jeff Nippard asked Are You Stronger Than Average? Strength standards for beginners to advanced athletes. Check it out
Lift Big, Eat Big released a guide on Eccentric Exercise: Unlock Your Potential, what eccentrics are, the benefits of eccentrics, and how to implement them into your training.
Calisthenicmovement demanded Never Skip This Exercise Again! Why you should include the reverse plank and how to do it. Check it out
The Bar Bend outlined
Bodybuilding asked Are You Over Training? Possible causes for overtraining, signs of overtraining, and what to do against it. Check it out
Fitness FAQ’s discussed How To Fix Muscle Imbalance, what imbalances are, and different strategies to fix them. Check it out
Squat University outlined How To Fix Shin Splints, if you’ve ever suffered from shin splints, as I did as a young student, you know how painful they are. Check it out
Men’s Health explained The Training Secrets Behind New Zealand’s All Blacks’ Dominance On Field, how the New Zealand Rugby team trains.
Stronger By Science released the Research Roundup, discussing modeling muscle growth, ankle mobility for squats, and caffeine for women. Check it out
Elite FTS shared Conjugate Training Made Simple, a dive into the conjugate system. Check it out
Renaissance Periodization explained why to Train Less To Break Strength Plateaus!? A counter-intuitive approach for most people. Check it out
Bustle discussed the differences between Tabata Vs. HIIT Workouts, and the benefits of each.
Juggernaut Training Systems shared Running & Lifting for Endurance & Strength. Check it out
Olympic Lifting Articles
Catalystathletics outlined a Complete Olympic Weightlifting Warmup from start to finish, and why you should do what. Check it out
Aleksey Torokhtiy listed 8 Tips To Increase Your Deadlift, from grip, to stance and footwear, and training considerations.
I have released the next lectures from my mini-course on training principles
- training principles lecture 10 ‘The Training Principle Of Increasing Specificity’
And you can get all the information (videos, transcripts, slides, handouts and audios) for free, just sign-up for the free mini course Training Principles Made Simple.