Well rounded vs Specialized training
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11-08-2013, 10:32 AM
is trying to take the first step in a long road back...
Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: South Wales - UK
Training Exp: 3-4 years
Training Type: Fullbody
I think the closer to advanced you are the more you need to specialise in particular lifts to gain a good amount of progress... you cant keep progressing linearly across all lifts I dont think. The closer to your potential in a particular lift the harder progress becomes, and as you will reach your potential in some lifts quicker than others(as all things are never equal) then the more advanced you are the more specialised training will benefit you I would have thought, but I am really no expert on being an advance lifter lol!! These are just my musings!!
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