Create custom set and rep schemes with {STMr} – Module 7: Estimation and Individualization

Create Custom Set and Rep Schemes With {STMr}

Estimation and Individualization – Part 1: Introduction

In this module, you will learn how to create individualized reps-max profiles that you can use to create more individualized prescriptions and set and rep schemes.

In addition to the “simple” estimation by using multiple sets to failure to estimate individual profiles, I will introduce you few more NOVEL methods: (1) estimating both the profile and 1RMs from sets to failure using absolute weight (instead of %1RM), and (2) utilize this method to create in-situ, or embedded testing using the training logs (i.e., submaximal sets NOT taken to the point of failure).

In the first video of this module, I will provide some of my thoughts regarding “what is individualization” and provide a “working solution” through estimating individual profiles.

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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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