Workout Programs

Greyskull LP Program

Greyskull Linear Progression is one of the best workout programs you can find. It was written by John Sheaffer back in 2012 and looks to combine elements of hypertrophy and maximal strength training. This program can be modified depending on your goals and is something that can deliver progress for months if not years. For the full program I recommend …

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Push Pull Legs Program (PPL)

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One of the most popular programs in recent years is called Push Pull Legs. This program isn’t a fixed length, you simply continue to train this way while varying the exercises, sets and reps for as long as it’s effective. If you’re familiar with a typical Bodybuilding Split, they like to train their Chest and Triceps on the same day, …

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Smolov Squat Program (13 weeks)

Smolov is a 13 week weightlifting program used to increase your strength in the Back Squat. It is recommended that you complete this routine only if your back squat has reached a plateau. This is a very intense program that will see you squatting up to four times a week with little in the way of accessory work. You need to be …

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Smolov Jr. (Bench Press & Squat) + My Results

Smolov is a 13 week weightlifting program used to increase your strength in the Bench Press or Back Squat. It incorporates progressive overload, meaning a calculated increase in weight over the 13 week cycle that should result in a significant personal best. There is, however, a shorter but equally intense program lasting just three weeks, known as Smolov Jr. I …

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Rowing Workout For Fat Loss & Improved Fitness

rowing workout for fat loss

  For those of you with access to a rowing machine, here’s a very basic Rowing Workout for Fat Loss and improved Fitness. Warm up Before you start it’s a good idea to warm up. Simply rowing at a relaxed pace for 500-1000 metres should be fine. Rowing Workout The workout is split up into 10 rounds of 1 minute …

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5/3/1 Calculator

5/3/1 calculator

I’ve pasted these files as not everyone has access to Excel and knows how to write the formulae in each row. Instead of a 5/3/1 calculator I have simply reproduced everything from 20kg up to 215kg and taken screenshots. The numbers are rounded to the nearest 2.5kg. 17.5kg to 40kg 42.5kg to 65kg 67.5kg to 90kg 92.5kg to 115kg 117.5kg …

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