If I want to break records, what should my assistance exercises look like?
0 vote(s)A very important rule in training to break records is to handle very heavy weights in the assistance exercises. If, for instance, one expects to clean four hundred pounds, he should be able to lift near five hundred pounds as possible. He should also try to get his squats up to five hundred pounds or more. Partial movements must also be extremely heavy to teach the body to adapt to huge poundages. Walking with very heavy weights also builds tremendous body power.
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