Powerlifting

Auto-Regulating Strength Training


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Mike Tuchscherer is undoubtedly one of the most prolific coaches, lifters and minds in strength today. His innovative system of Perceived Rate of Exertion he utilizes to Auto-Regulate the weights used in his and his athlete’s training is a valuable tool to make sure you are working at or near your daily limits.

Check out this preview of Mike’s presentation from Become Unstoppable Seminar 1 and register for BUS3 on October 4th and 5th at CrossFit Tustin by clicking here!

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