I recently finished the book ‘The Vault A Decade of PR-Shattering Training Tips by Dave Tate’ and I wanted give you a quick look at it.
-Select movements based on your weaknesses and skill level
-Coaches should strive to make you better than he is
-Best coaches are the ones who have attained under the bar knowledge and book knowledge
-You can learn attitude
-Good mornings are best overall exercise for strength development and should be used 70% of all max effort days
-Best max effort exercises for bench press are floor press, board press, close grip bench, JM press, and reverse band press
-If you raise your work capacity too fast, you’ll over train. If you reduce it under your current level, you’ll regress.
-Do the stuff you suck at
-Look at every client first as a puzzle and second as a person because you need to figure out what goes where
-Three main steps: education, ability, and action
-Ability is taking your philosophy and making it work
Dave covers max effort and dynamic days and maps out weeks of workouts for you. The book entails biggest mistakes with the big three lifts, analyzing it, and what to correct. He maps out percentages to use with chains and bands and how to place them in your workout and use correctly. I could go on and on, but in the end you need to read it for yourself and put the system into action. Love to learn! You can find the book here: https://www.elitefts.com/the-vault-a-decade-of-pr-shattering-training-tips-by-dave-tate.html
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