Sheiko Training Forum Dec 18, 2008 18:22:53 GMT -5
Post by erictalmant on Dec 18, 2008 18:22:53 GMT -5
As far as it goes I rate it...I like the squat and bench reps at 90% in the #30 because it gives you a) a feel of the weight on the back for squat and b) its a weight you can touch in your shirt. Because they're for 3 singles, you're not blowing your brainz out with volume at high %'ages too.
Thing is, arn't you an MS? If i was as strong as that i'd be running the cycles for higher rated lifters i suppose.
Keep in mind, even if you are a higher classification lifter, it does not mean your body is in condition to handle more work. Some of the higher classification lifters I have worked with end up getting hurt because of the amount of work. This is why I feel everybody new to this type of training should start out with the 13 week program.
Dave is right on the money here. Conditioning is the key and this is where GPP and SPP make ALL THE DIFFERENCE.
I take probably 60 minutes and explain all of this on the St. Louis seminar DVD.
The thing is a gold mine as far as Sheiko training tips and explanations is concerned.