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If you're like 95% of the guys out there who do some STRENGTH TRAINING, you'll have answered "YES" to at least one of those questions and possibly all of them.
The basic idea of strength training isn't that difficult to understand - we want to add more weight to the bar to make our bodies STRONGER.
This happens to some guys because they have too much information and don't know how to use it. Other guys never reach their strength goals/potential because they are too LAZY to educate themselves. In other words - these guys don't have enough information.
The reality is that most guys will never learn the real secrets behind effective TRAINING PROGRAM DESIGN. And unfortunately for them, this means that they will remain frustrated by their sub-standard results in the gym for a long time, and quite possibly - forever.
There are a lot of people out there who claim to know what they are talking about when it comes to building STRENGTH.
My 1214lbs Squat, 755lbs Bench Press and 1008lbs Deadlift make me one of the STRONGEST men to ever live. That's not me bragging, it's just a FACT.
If you want to build your squat, bench press and deadlift (and develop speed, power and more muscle too), please read on very carefully as I share a few SECRETS of the IRON GAME with you...
These secrets are the 3 biggest mistakes I see most dedicated guys make that prevent them from building strength as quickly as they'd like.
NOTE: I'm assuming you are dedicated and a hard-trainer. We all know guys who are weak because they don't really want it and they therefore train like wimps. But I'm assuming you train hard.
The biggest reason why most dedicated guys FAIL to get STRONGER (or don't get strong as quickly as they'd like) is because they train too hard.
And this might work for a few weeks, but then the ACHES and PAINS set in, their strength starts going backwards and they sometimes end up INJURED.
Just know that very few athletes can get away with maxing out on the same exercises week in, week out.
I tried to play that game and eventually realized it didn't work for me. So I found a better way - a way that allowed me to not train as hard and still get STRONGER (but more on this soon).
Another mistake many guys make that leads to a lack of strength gains and the development of nasty aches and pains is a lack of understanding regarding TRAINING VOLUME.
Whatever the case, the one thing they fail to understand is that training volume must change from week to week in order to ensure progress.
Whatever successful training program you study, you'll notice that they all have changes in training volume from week to week.
There is a time and a place for Low, Medium and High training volume and even NO training volume. The secret is knowing which volume level is appropriate at which times.
I've had guys who'd been stuck at the same weight on their squats, bench presses and deadlifts for years and all I had them do was add in some speed work at the right time and BOOM, after 6 to 8 weeks they hit their first PR's in years.
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