VLOG de entrenamiento n.° 14 ¡Problemas con el programa para principiantes, levantadores mayores y más!



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  1. @timjones5821

    If SSLP is only likely to last three months then is an adult doing SSLP really at risk of "hyperspecialising" with some kind of deleterious effect on their body during that brief period? If so, how?

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  2. @matthewhazelwood6520

    I read your open letter about your parting with SS. Very respectful to all involved – good form, Jordan. I hope Rip holds you in high regard as well. I really enjoy the original SS program, mainly because the squat is my weakest movement (technique wise) and enjoy the practice SS provides for that particular problem. Love your content!

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  3. @goldengut2

    Why is the slow eccentric good for people with tendon issues?

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  4. @SuperKarelse

    Doc, what program what you recommend to a late novice starting to powerlift?

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  5. @nailbomb3

    Outstanding!

    Where are you at as far as your Novice Program?

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  6. @ggrthemostgodless8713

    Older Lifters: 
    So after all he said they don't really know much, except you are have more years on your resume, there is no control studies comparing lifters with non lifters of same age, or twins, so we are left with the same basic EMPIRICAL knowledge. All that "maybe maybe not" shit tells it all, and as a 51 year old man who can lift more and do more thinly 20 somethings counterparts in the gym I can tell you there is a years-age and a biological-age. Some of these fuckers are already sooooo fucked up physically from all the shit they have done lifting with many other methods, specially bodybuilding ways, and not the best BB ways!!

    So I still haven't seen a man in my gym lift over 315 and even that weight is done half squat…. they stay on their damn phones and talk like women at the supermarket… and asking them to make actual efforts is like asking for miracles, they have all sorts of reasons why they can't. Even body weight is done half squat, and don't get me started with the bench press and the press and all that… all they do is biceps and lat raises, and shit like that, and pose in front of mirrors and MORE phone!!

    So since this INFORMED doc has no specific answers or reliable facts on this I will ignore it and keep on going strong, "neurological this or that" be damned!!  
    What fucking good is neurological "advantage" if they don't have the balls to get under the bar and add weight!!
    Doc Jordan, just say it… it doesn't matter if you can still outfit the men half your age!! THEY are the ones that stop to watch ME squat!!

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  7. @scottmoyer3854

    Great videos. Sorry to hear about your problems with SS. It must be hard to not take that kind of thing personally.

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  8. @JackgarPrime

    I'm glad to hear you guys are working on your own novice LP, and I'm wondering if I'm still early enough to try it? I've been doing the SSLP for about a month now, and while I like it, I'd also be interested in comparing to what you come out with. By the time you come out with it, would I still be in a position where it would benefit me to do a second novice program? I was already thinking of tackling The Bridge 1.0 when the SSLP wears out for me.

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  9. @robertkyle542

    Your high bar back angle is still more horizontal than most low bar form check submissions sent in to you guys, lol 👍

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  10. @pigpen8443

    ICF 5X5 is probably the most effective and original routine ever devised.

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  11. @sdfone9229

    Production quality is excellent. Leah looks swole. Good content and presentation.

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  12. @williammelms5139

    What do you think of the intermediate programs in the SS books now?

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  13. @chriszuniga6230

    Awesome content, beyond anything other “coaches” are putting out!

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  14. @salsolis9254

    I really wish you would have put your thumbnail over that dudes crotch in the Dimitri video. Nothing but moose knuckle lol

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  15. @williammelms5139

    After a few injuries and lay offs SS was a great way for me to progress back to some of my former strength. However I have never believed that it was the only way or the best way. In my opinion the concept of linear progression is the biggest takeaway from the novice SS programming. Before reading the two books I had read books by Joe Kenn, Bompa, Wendler, Boyle, Jon, Starret, Cook, CSCS materials, and the simplicity of SS linear progression cleared some smoke from my mind.

    Personally I include weighted carries and various corrective movements in between warmup and work sets in my novice progression and despite Rips warnings that it will destroy the effectiveness of the program I have managed to gain 20lb in bodyweight, 225 to 305 3×5 squat, 225 to 365×5 deadlift, 95 to 140 3×5 press, 205 to 235 3×5 bench, and have begun cleans.

    I am glad to see that someone is looking at things from a more reasonable and open minded standpoint. There are too many big egos in the world of strength and conditioning.

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  16. @chasestevens

    Dr. Feigenbaum, would you still recommend going for the SSC if a coach (me) is looking for a credential to work towards for the sake of having a certification and getting more clients?

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  17. @mukilkrishnan

    3 months or less is kind of accurate. It worked for me close to 4.5 months and for others I know, about 3 months. I did absolutely zero cardio and found that my work capacity was pathetic and general conditioning was no better than when I started. Others did do cardio and though they stalled quicker than I did, they had better work capacity than me. Well, you live and learn. I am not super let-down or anything. My numbers improved, so that is definitely a plus.

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  18. @jaredvizzi8723

    I’m interested to see your novice program. Will it be free?

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  19. @iFr0stBiiTe

    If I was in the area, I would more then gladly count reps for form checks.

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  20. @lamplighter9725

    Would love to see BBM put together a formal video series of "how to" technique & proper form for the major lifts as well as supporting lifts.

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  21. @lloydy3250

    I can't wait to see the cookie cutter beginner's program – I think your principles are great.

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  22. @mikeanderson8601

    When you are commentating on the lifts its slightly out of sync a few seconds

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  23. @StrongButAwkward

    So, this is just me, but I've found it a bit easier to keep a count during longer sets if you either a) count rep backwards down to 1 or 0 depending on how you want to start/edn, or b) counting in your second language if you have one. It feels like I have to stay a little bit more mentally engaged that just counting forward in my first language and makes it less likely to space out and lose count.

    Your mileage may vary.

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  24. @chr8674

    Jordan I have a question. why you advice to him using "Leg Drive" instead "Hip Drive" at 11:40? Its just he slightly high at bottom position or he has long torso ?

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  25. @leahlutz7427

    Clearly I can't ever go out of town since you can't count.

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  26. @raneksi

    Can you sync the commentary a bit more accurately with the form check videos? The videos are shown with slight delay since you are commenting on things that have not been shown yet. Thanks!

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  27. @davidthomas9960

    Count high rep sets as a group of triples tbh. I can’t count for shit during sets so I usually just go “1-2-3, 2-2-3, 3-2-3, 1” for a set of 10

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  28. @RooneyBerbatov1

    Tbh I don't know how I would get through 30 mins steady state cardio without these videos… Nah love the content, it's unreal

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  29. @ddog7300

    Jordan,

    I understand that when we submit a vid for technique review you will use it in a youtube video. Is it also possible to get feedback without the video being featured?
    Personally, this is the only reason why I have not yet sent a video. Even though I am very curious as to what your corrective cues for my lifts would be.

    Kind regards,

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  30. @elxyu

    Jordon, what camera do you use?

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  31. @petrosnazos2385

    I 've been doing these deficit pendlay rows for some time now and I love them!!!!

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