Insurance Analysis

[Training] [Traffic]

And while those disadvantages and weak points are nothing to be ashamed of — most of us have them! — following an overloaded program spells an uncertain path. There’s no promise you’ll hit that intermediate squat number. The limits in lifting — One issue is strength programs are designed to help lifters move past a 300-lb. squat to 400, and the ones that set up the 300 are both based on progressive overload. The exercises and programming can be mostly the same. But the lifters who do them are not. Lifting weight, like in a squat, is as much an expression of strength as it is a skill: an ability to sync up a dozen concurrent movements quickly enough to push against gravity, and then do more info here it again. Like writing, or Italian food, the simpler it looks, the more complicated it is. It takes time to learn how to squat perfectly.

https://www.inverse.com/mind-body/weightlifting-program-peaks-explained