Simply Construction

Nov 30, 2020  

(Those two programs are wildly different, but both offer higher strength expressions at the end; additionally, not every trainer thinks progressive overload is helpful for intermediate lifters .) Intermediate and advanced programs are also often defined by peaking: pushing that weekly 2.5 or 5-lb. increment over several months to a one-day absolute upper limit of what a lifter can squat. Peaks, historically, are for competition — the Olympics, or a casual gym meet — and work well for elite lifters, who train against talented peers predisposed for the sport, and for intermediate lifters who

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