Training

Selecting and Progressing Weights


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Strategically choosing your weights for training is a critical aspect of long term training success. Go too light and you won’t overload yourself enough, go too heavy and you’ll run into fatigue management issues, along with potentially missing weights.

Max and Chad discuss some important factors to consider when selecting your weights for training:

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