Dr. Mike Israetel published a very popular article entitled Training Volume Landmarks for Rennaisance Periodization.
A summary of the article is below, though reading the article in its entirety is recommended. [Read more…]
These are deadlift programs that call for the athlete to deadlift 1 day per week. Some are deadlift-only programs, while others program all lifting movements.
To search through all programs based on lots of different criteria, check out the Lift Vault Program Library.
FST-7 (aka Fascia Stretch Training) is a bodybuilding workout routine designed to induce maximal hypertrophy by stretching the fascia, which is connective tissue in the body that separates muscle from skin. Fascia is one of the factors that determines the potential size of a muscle, so by stretching it, it creates the most physical opportunity for the muscle to grow. [Read more…]
This is a linear progression strength program from Brian Alsruhe. It is the “next level” continuation of the linear progression programming video that he originally published in 2016 (video below). [Read more…]
This is a 17 week program for SuperTotal training designed by Brian Simmons. As a quick reminder, SuperTotal training combines the power lifts (squat, bench press, and deadlift) with Olympic lifts (snatch and clean & jerk). So it really requires well-rounded athleticism from the lifter. There’s a video at the bottom of this post that discusses SuperTotal training in more depth if you’re interested. [Read more…]
9/14/19 Edit: Fixed a whole bunch of errors on the spreadsheet. It works as expected now. If you happen to see anything else, please let me know on the feedback form. Thanks to the person who used the form to let me know!
The 6 day PPL program known as the “Reddit PPL” or “Metallicadpa PPL” is a great workout routine for those looking to increase strength and gain size. Several different spreadsheets have been created for this program, which I go into a bit below. I’m bringing forth a new and improved version here after being frustrated by the shortcomings of past efforts. [Read more…]