Powerlifting

Utilizing Variation for Fatigue Management


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Managing an athlete’s fatigue is one of the most important principles that guides effective programming. Cleverly utilizing Variation is a way to ensure that you are both satisfying the Principle of Overload and Principle of Fatigue Management without violating the Principle of Specificity. Chad Wesley Smith explains how to use Variation as a Fatigue Management tool.

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