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Create Custom Set and Rep Schemes With {STMr} – Module 2: Reps-Max Relationship

Create Custom Set and Rep Schemes With {STMr}

Reps-Max Relationship – Part 1: Theory

This course module will introduce the elementary building block for creating set and rep schemes – the reps-max relationship.

The first video in this module deals with some theory and introduces three models to “map out” the relationship between reps to failure and %1RM. These models are Epley’s, Modified Epley’s, and Brzycki’s/Linear.

The generic model parameter values (or coefficients) are “generic” since they are applied to numerous exercises and different individuals and come from published research. In the later modules, I will show you how you can estimate these from your tests or logs to individualize the strength training prescription.

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Course Overview

Module 1: Introduction

Module 2: Reps-Max Relationship

Module 3: Adjustments

Module 4: Progression Tables

Module 5: Vertical Planning

Module 6: Set and Rep Schemes

Module 7: Estimation and Individualization

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