Framework for Analyzing & Planning the Strength Training
I have been extensively studying planning of the strength training, and the article series that resulted from that effort and which cover the “traditional” approach are the following:
- Concurrent Strategies in Strength Training – Part 1
- Concurrent Strategies in Strength Training – Part 2
- Planning the Strength Training – Part 1
- Planning the Strength Training – Part 2
- Planning the Strength Training – Part 3
- Percent-based training vs. Auto-regulatory? Can they be complementary?
- ‘Non-Periodized Programs’ – Are They Really Non-Periodized?
- Set and rep schemes in strength training
- Intensity-Effort Table for Strength Training
- Horizontal and Vertical Variations in Strength Training
- Reconciling Sheiko and Westside
- Planning the Strength Training – The Addendum
- 5/3/1 Forever Book Review
When it comes to “non-traditional” approaches (besides Velocity Based Training), such as daily undulating frameworks and “non-divisible” approaches, here are the articles that cover those topics:
- Podcast #2: Mike Zourdos on Strength Training
- Undulating Programming
- More Advanced Daily Undulating Programming
- Planning and Programming Strength Training Using DUP Approach
- Daily Undulating Framework (DUF)
What does the video below attempts to do is to reconcile everything written about above using a few very simple tools. That way, it represents a very pragmatic and agile tool for planning and analyzing strength training programs. To find out more take a look at the slides on SlideShare website.
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