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The TRUTH About Dealing with Injuries with Physical Therapist Darin Deaton
Ask Rip #54
How to keep linear progression moving. Make sure you aren’t making jumps in weight that are too aggressive
Alan Thrall tells us about how he prepped to become a Starting Strength Coach and the origin of the “Train Untamed!!” catch phrase.
Reynolds and Hambrick do a quick overview of the forces the body is subjected to when moving barbells. The big takeaway is that we use our knowledge anatomy and of moment, torque, compression and tension to help us determine what the best possible form for each barbell lift should be. In the squat, for example, we preferentially load moment on the back segment and torque on the hip in order to move the most weight possible, with the most muscle mass, over the longest effective range of motion.
This is part two of the hour+ long interview with our mentor, Mark Rippetoe. For part one, click here.
Part 1 Conversation with non other than Mark Rippetoe, the founder of Starting Strength.
Matt and Scott analyze and justify every aspect of the Starting Strength Linear Progression. The boys explain in why we use the weight, sets, reps, movements frequency and more in an easy to understand, in depth way.
#4 – Stress. Recovery. Adaptation
#3 – Simple, Hard, Effective
#2 – How do we get strong?
In this first episode, SSC’s Matt Reynolds and Scott Hambrick discuss the basics of strength training and why strength is so important.