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BendtheBar 07-08-2011 01:45 PM

Rippetoe Quote
 
It seems rather apparent that there can be only one efficient way to program barbell training for a novice a linear increase in force-production stress using basic exercises that work the whole body.

This approach always produces a linear increase in strength because it takes advantage of the most basic rule of biology: organisms adapt to their environment if the stress causes an adaptation, as long as the stress isn't overwhelming in its magnitude.

--Mark Rippetoe

Carl1174 07-08-2011 01:53 PM

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Originally Posted by BendtheBar (Post 151066)
It seems rather apparent that there can be only one efficient way to program barbell training for a novice a linear increase in force-production stress using basic exercises that work the whole body.

This approach always produces a linear increase in strength because it takes advantage of the most basic rule of biology: organisms adapt to their environment if the stress causes an adaptation, as long as the stress isn't overwhelming in its magnitude.

--Mark Rippetoe

Stand out part of that quote for me in bold... very nice quote Steve, I can't remember reading that from him before...

Carl.

BendtheBar 07-08-2011 01:56 PM

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Originally Posted by Carl1174 (Post 151074)
Stand out part of that quote for me in bold... very nice quote Steve, I can't remember reading that from him before...

Carl.

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