Set and Rep Schemes (Part 5): Grinding Schemes

Set and Rep Schemes (Part 5): Grinding Schemes

In the case you have missed any part of this video series you can find it here: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4

In this final installment of the Set and Rep schemes video series, I am walking you through an Excel workbook that allows you to create your own set and rep schemes based on the ideas presented in the previous videos and Perc Drop and RIR Inc progression approaches.

Besides the workbook, I am also providing an overview of the Reference Tables PDF file that you can download below this video.

It bears mentioning that all these schemes are already implemented in Strength Card Builder v5.0 and are ready to use. Make sure to check it out in the instructional videos availa-ble at the product page.

If you have any questions or feedback regarding the material presented, please be free and leave a comment below or in the forum.

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  • 03/08/2021 at 23:27 #33332

    Hi Mladen,
    Great video series… you mentioned in the last video the difficulties in calculating tonnage or using number of lifts etc across the different sets and reps schemes.

    When programming would you address the multiple strength qualities in one session or all in a week? (i’e speed, power, strength, hypertrophy) or would you have blocks dedicated for power/speed then switch back to strength / hypertrophy?

    I know it depends on the sport and the athlete but just wondered if you had a preference from your experience of what worked for you
    thanks
    Matt

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