Looking for a program to increase your Deadlift? Check out the Coan/Phillipi 10 week Deadlift Routine This is a 10-week deadlift program designed by the legendary powerlifter Ed Coan for Mark Phillipi.
Greg Everett answers a question on how to integrate high intensity CrossFit™ metcons into Olympic weightlifting programs. First, strength drives everything. [..] So what we see is a big need for local muscular endurance or stamina; what could also be called strength endurance. What’s the foundation of strength endurance? It’s right there in the name, and it’s […]
Over at Cathletics Greg Everett made the Olympic Weightlifting Training Programs available for download. Just chose your program cycle of choice and click the “Export Cycle as Word Doc” button at the top of each the page.
If you want to increase your bodyweight exercise rep numbers, take a look the Bodyweight Exercise Training Program Scheduler. It was created by a redditor named Engessa. See this thread. He combined the dip program from 150 Dips, the squat program from 200 Squats, the push up program from 100 Push-ups, and the 200 Sit-ups program into one single spreadsheet. Copy it […]
Magnus Midtbø is an Norwegian Climber. Like most climbers he has an insane pulling strength. In the video below he bangs out 5 consecutive One Arm Chin Ups (OAC) with One Finger. (Although he can do 11 OACs with the right arm and 7 with the left). If you are interested in what his training […]
Charles Poliquin on Leg Hypertrophy. He suggests the following routine consisting of 2 supersets. One for quads and one for hamstrings. Superset A. squats: 4 sets of 5-8 reps, 5011 tempo (take 5 seconds to lower the weight, no pause, and 1 second to rise to the starting position, then pause 1 second before performing […]
Here is a Summary of the StrongLifts 5×5 Program (via) StrongLifts 5×5 Workout ASquat 5×5 Bench Press 5×5Barbell Rows 5×5 StrongLifts 5×5 Workout BSquat 5×5Overhead Press 5×5Deadlift 1×5 Complementary info (from here) ScheduleThree work-outs per week, alternating workout A and B: one week A/B/A, next week B/A/B and so on. Train on non-consecutive days. If you […]
Jim Wendler takes another look at the assistance exercises. Let’s take a look at the key lifts and what needs to be strong to do them: Squat — abs, low back, hamstrings, quads. Deadlift — same as squat, plus upper back/lats and grip. Bench Press — chest, shoulders, triceps, lats/upper back. Overhead Press — same […]
Somebody compiled an overview of the Convict Conditioning exercises / program. (found on reddit) Click to enlarge