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    Bei den ganzen Fragen, die @Simon Martins immer wieder stellt, wäre ein Überblick über das aktuelle (tatsächliche) Training und die Eckdaten (Alter, Gewicht, Kraftwerte, Ausdauerbenchmarks, Trainingserfahrung, Schlaf, Ernährung usw.) vermutlich sehr sinnvoll. Viele der Fragen erscheinen mir manchmal recht "obskur" und wirken zumindest auf mich, als würde man versuchen, das Pferd von hinten auf zu zäumen und sich um zu Details kümmern, die keine Rolle spielen, solange die Basis nicht solide gelegt wurde. Von daher schließe ich mich der Frage von @Ghost an.
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    Tag 12 - Freitag, 07.05. Gewicht: 65,2kg (-0,6 zum Vortag) Training: 2x10 Kniebeuge (Wasserflaschen & Loop-Band) 2x10 Schulterbrücke (Loop-Band) 2x10 Liegestütze (auf Knien) 2x10 1Arm-Rudern (Loop-Band) 2x10 Seitheben (Wasserflaschen) 2x10 Curl-Up Die Liegestütze klappen schon viel viel besser. Nächste Woche probiere ich mal "die Echten". ^.^ Frühstück: Schoko-Shake Mittagessen: Cremiges Ratatouille Vla Abendessen: Pizza mit Gemüse (20cm) Thunfischsalat Alster _______________________________________________________________________ 1836 Kcal - 93g Protein - 175g Kohlenhydrate - 76g Fett Den Wochenendplan habe ich kurzerhand über den Haufen geworfen: Mir war bei der Arbeit so flau und schwummrig, dass ich ausnahmsweise doch dort zu Mittag gegessen habe, da ich selbst nichts vorbereitet hatte (Zeitdruck am Morgen). Als mein Freund sich dann spontan für das Wochenende ankündigte (wir sehen uns sehr selten), war für mich klar: Zweisamer Genuss statt Quäse. Ich werde bis einschließlich Sonntag eine HSD-Pause einlegen, intuitiv essen & dabei grob schätzen & großzügig tracken, keine Völlerei betreiben, mir was gönnen & auf eine Balance der Makros achten. Und ganz besonders die Zeit mit meinem Freund genießen. <3 Zu Beginn hatte ich ja 14 Tage HSD vorgesehen. Ich werde noch 5 Tage dran hängen, da mir ja 3 konsequente HSD-Tage fehlen. ...alles etwas umgemodelt und nicht mehr clean nach Plan (mein innerer Monk rauft sich schon die Haare.. :D).
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    Tag 11 - Donnerstag, 06.05. Gewicht: 65,8kg (-0,4 zum Vortag) Frühstück: Schoko-Shake Mittagessen: Paprika, Ei, Handkäse und Räuchertofu Abendessen: Zucchini-Skyrpfanne mit Räuchertofu Abendsnack: Skyr mit Quitten-Mus _______________________________________________________________________ 885 Kcal - 123g Protein - 25g Kohlenhydrate - 31g Fett Heute wieder etwas mehr Fett.. zum Abendessen stand eigentlich Fisch auf dem Plan. Auf den hatte ich aber so gar keine Lust, daher fix mit Tofu improvisiert.
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    How I would westside, by Chad Smith The methods used by a certain powerlifting gym in Columbus, Ohio are undoubtedly among the most popular in powerlifting and strength & conditioning today. This gym has produced some of the strongest geared powerlifters in history through the use of heavy good mornings, box squatting, training with bands and chains and partial range bench press movements, not to mention excellent coaching and atmosphere. The gym’s owner has also greatly contributed to the strength community by publishing in depth articles on his club’s training through their website and various publications like Powerlifting USA. As great as this gym’s methods are for producing great strength in multiply powerlifting, I feel they are often misused when trying to develop strength in the raw lifter. It is undeniable that raw and geared lifting are different animals, the strength curves are different and the means which are used to develop them must be different. Differences between raw and geared training… 1-Full Range Movements: The raw lifter must place greater attention to developing strength through the full range of motion of a lift. Multiply bench shirts and squat suits aid the lifter greatly during the bottom portion of each lift, placing much greater emphasis on the lifter’s top end strength. Rarely do you see raw lifters miss benches at lockout or squats in the top half, so they must devote more energy to training full ROM (or even beyond full ROM) lifts than the geared lifter. The geared and raw squat utilize much different techniques and thus must be trained differently. 2-Practice of the Competition Lifts: There are many more movements that have correspondence to the geared lifter than there is for their raw counterparts, because of this the raw lifter must use a smaller pool of max effort exercises and must perform the competition lifts (squat, bench, deadlift) more frequently. One of the main criticisms I have of this style of Conjugate Periodization for raw lifters, is that too many people will tend to use a wide variety of max effort lifts and in doing so are never really able to build enough skill in the lift to progress and can’t measure their progress. 3-The Deadlift: In 2012, big geared totals are built with massive squats and benches, big raw totals are built on massive squats and deads. It is often joked about in powerlifting circles that this Columbus based gym places no attention on the deads (that isn’t to say that they haven’t had some great pullers). The typical Conjugate template is full of box squats and good mornings, but deadlifts aren’t often a staple. If you wanna be a great puller, you’ve got to pull. Deadlifts need to be part of your max effort rotation and they need to be addressed with supplementary work and on dynamic effort days. 4-Volume: The raw lifter can’t handle the same poundages that the geared lifter can and because of this they can and need to handle more volume. The raw lifter needs to build volume, particularly early in a training cycle, through back down sets of their main movement and variations of the competition movement. It isn’t uncommon to see great raw lifters perform great feats of rep effort strength. ... Increase the volume of your training and watch your raw lifts skyrocket!! Chad’s Conjugate Periodization Template Day 1-Max Effort Upper Body Plyometric Pushup Variation-These are the best way to build explosive upper body strength and will have great carryover to your bar speed. Max Effort Upper Body Movement-A rotation of 3 exercises will be utilized here. DB Press Variation-The DB Press variation picked each week will be used to compliment your max effort movement by training a different ROM. Horizontal Row Variation-Training the back hard is critical to building a massive bench. Horizontal rows are great because they allow you to directly train the antagonists to your pressing muscles. Shoulders/Biceps/Triceps-This training will utilize the Repetition Effort Method and will aim to build size in these muscle groups. Day 2-Max Effort Lower Body Box Jump Variation-Jumping exercises will build great explosiveness and the best way to get through a sticking point is to blast through them with speed. Doing these before heavy squats or deads will prime your CNS through a post-potentiation effect and better prepare you to handle heavy weights. Max Effort Lower Body Movement-A rotation of 3 exercises will be utilized here. Supplementary Lower Body Movement-This movement will compliment the max effort movement. When using a squat variation as your main movement, we will use a deadlift variation for supplementary work and vice versa. This will allow you to strengthen weakpoints, add volume and improve technique through repeption. Posterior Chain Work-Big squats and pulls require big hamstring, glutes and erectors, train them hard. Abdominal Training-A strong midsection is critical to supporting big weights on your back or in your hands, don’t neglect training your abs and training them heavy. Brandon Lilly has a pro total in gear after training at Westside Barbell and Lexen Extreme with the legendary squatter, Chuck Vogelpohl. I recently sat down with former Westside Barbell and Lexen Extreme lifter, Brandon Lilly, to talk about how he would tweak Conjugate Periodization for a raw lifter. Here are some of his thoughts… -Lower Your Percentages from what is outlined in articles or you will break down your body -Use gear (briefs, loose suit) to protect your body and allow you to overload the movement and train your CNS -Do bodybuilding work to develop the individual muscle groups -Use the box squat to develop your hips and glutes but at some point you must remove the box to accommodate what you will do in the meet. For my full interview with Brandon click here Day 3-Dynamic Effort Upper Body Speed Bench Press-Speed in the bench is critical just as it is in the squat. Train your speed bench from a variety of grips to improve your pressing power. Overhead Pressing Variation-The overhead press is great for building a huge raw bench, include them in your training and watch your numbers skyrocket. Vertical Rowing Variation-Hit the back from all angles to help it grow and maintain healthy shoulders. Tricep Work-Big, strong triceps are key to a massive bench in gear or raw, train the horseshoes hard. Direct Chest Work-Direct chest training won’t just build size and strength in the pecs, it will also help keep you healthy. Rear Delts/Biceps/Upper Back Superset-Rear delt and upper back strength and size is critical to a big press and healthy shoulders. Bicep work is often overlooked by today’s lifters, but all-time greats like Bill Kazmaier and Doug Young definitely weren’t shy about training their guns. Day 4-Dynamic Effort Lower Body Dynamic Effort Deadlift Variation-Dynamic effort deads are a great way to work on your deadlift technique without overtraining Dynamic Effort Squat Variation-Great bar speed is key to a great squat. The dynamic effort work for the raw squatter though should be done without a box. Unilateral Leg Training-Quad dominant, unilateral leg work will help you build big, strong quads (key to a big raw squat) and stability. Posterior Chain Work Abdominal Training Full 12 Week Training Cycle Ideally this training would be done on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday or a similar split of the days. Now that you know how I would set the training up, let’s take a look at a full meet (12 week) training cycle designed for the raw lifter. Weeks 1-4 (Anmerkung: Formatierung ist verloren gegangen.) Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 (Deload) Day 1 Day 1 Day 1 Day 1 1-Explosive Pushup onto Box-4×2 1-Explosive Pushup onto Box-5×2 1-Explosive Pushup onto Box-6×2 1-Explosive Pushup onto Box-3×2 2-2 Board Press-Up to 3rm, Backdown-75% of day’s best 3×5-8 2-Floor Press-Up to 3rm, Backdown-75% of day’s best 3×5-8 2-Bench Press-Up to 3rm, Backdown-75% of day’s best 3×5-8 2-Reverse Band Press-75% of Week 3’s bench for 3×5 3-DB Incline Bench-2×12 3-DB Flat Bench-2×12 3-DB Floor Press-2×12 3-Chest Supported Rows-3×10 4a-Chest Supported Rows-5×15 4a-Chest Supported Rows-5×12 4b-Chest Supported Rows-5×10 4-Arms and Shoulders-2×15-20 of whatever you want 4b-Band Pullaparts-5×20 4b-Band Pullaparts-5×20 4b-Band Pullaparts-5×20 5a-DB Front Raises-3×20 5a-DB Front Raises-3×15 5a-DB Front Raises-3×12 5b-DB Hammer Curls-3×20 5b-DB Hammer Curls-3×15 5b-DB Hammer Curls-3×12 5c-Rope Pushdowns-3×20 5c-Rope Pushdowns-3×15 5c-Rope Pushdowns-3×12 Day 2 Day 2 Day 2 Day 2 1-Seated Box Jump wearing 25-50# weight vest-6×3 to 75% of max height 1- Seated Box Jump wearing 25-50# vest-5×2 to 85% of max height 1- Seated Box Jump wearing 25-50# vest-4×1 up to a max height 1-Seated Box Jump-3×3 to 75% of max height 2-Safety Squat Bar Squats-Up to 3rm 2-Deadlift-Up to 3rm 2-Back Squat-Up to 3rm 2-Reverse Band Squat-75% of Week 3 Squat 3×5 3-Rack Pulls-3×5 at 55-75% 3-Dead Squats-10×1 at 60% w/ 1 min rests 3-Defecit Pulls-3×5 at 55-75% 3-GHRs-3×10 4-GHRs-5×15 4-GHRs-5×12 4-GHRs-5×10 4-Ab Wheel-2×10 5a-Ab Wheel-3×15 5a-Ab Wheel-3×12 5a-Ab Wheel-3×10 5b-BB Twists-3×15/15 5b-BB Twists-3×12/12 5b-BB Twists-3×12/12 Day 3 Day 3 Day 3 Day 3 1-Speed Bench Press w/ Chains-6×3 at 60% 1-Speed Bench Press w/ Chains-6×3 at 65% 1-Speed Bench Press w/ Chains-6×3 at 70% 1-Speed Bench Press-6×3 at 50% 2-Seated Military Press to Top of Head-2×12 2-Seated Military Press to Top of Head-2×10 2-Seated Military Press to Top of Head-2×8 2-Seated Military Press to Top of Head-2×5 (Light) 3-Chinups-5×5 with weight, 1xAMAP with bodyweight 3-Chinups-5×5 with weight, 1xAMAP with bodyweight 3-Chinups-5×5 with weight, 1xAMAP with bodyweight 3-Chinups-3×5 with bodyweight 4-Dips-3×8 with weight 4-Dips-3×8 with weight 4-Dips-3×8 with weight 4-Dips-2×5 with bodyweight 5-DB Incline Flies-2×12 5-DB Incline Flies-2×12 6-DB Incline Flies-2×12 6a-DB 90/90 Swings-2×20 6a-DB 90/90 Swings-2×15 6a-DB 90/90 Swings-2×12 6b-BB Curls-2×20 6b-BB Curls-2×15 6b-BB Curls-2×12 6c-DB Shrugs-2×20 6c-DB Shrugs-2×15 6c-DB Shrugs-2×12 Day 4 Day 4 Day 4 Day 4 1-Speed Deadlift w/ Chains-6×1 at 50% 1-Speed Deadlift w/ Chains-6×1 at 55% 1-Speed Deadlift w/ Chains-6×1 at 60% 1-Speed Deads-3×3 at 50% 2-Speed Squats w/ Chains-6×2 at 50% 2-Speed Squats w/ Chains-6×2 at 55% 2-Speed Squats w/ Chains-6×2 at 60% 2-Speed Squats-3×3 at 50% 3-Single Leg Squats-2×8 each leg 3-Single Leg Squats-2×7 each leg 3-Single Leg Squats-2×6 each leg 3-Reverse Hypers-2×10 4-Reverse Hypers-3×15 4-Reverse Hypers-3×12 4-Reverse Hypers-3×12 5a-Wide Leg Situps-3×15 5a-Wide Leg Situps-3×12 5a-Wide Leg Situps-3×12 5b-DB Side Bends-3×15/15 5b-DB Side Bends-3×12/12 5b-DB Side Bends-3×12/12 Utilizing backdown sets, like the 75%x3x5-8 after the ME Bench work on Day 1, is a great way to build size and practice technique. Elite raw powerlifter, Yessica Martinez of Miami, FL, uses Westside methods for her training…I’m sold Click here to listen to my interview with Yessica Week 5-8 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 (Deload) Day 1 Day 1 Day 1 Day 1 1-Drop Pushups-4×2 1-Drop Pushup-5×2 1-Drop Pushup-6×2 1-Drop Pushup-3×2 2-2 Board Press-Up to 2rm, Backdown-80% of day’s best 2×3-5 2-Floor Press-Up to 2rm, Backdown-80% of day’s best 2×3-5 2-Bench Press-Up to 2rm, Backdown-80% of day’s best 2×3-5 2-Reverse Band Press-80% of Week 3’s bench for 3×3 3-DB Incline Bench-2×10 3-DB Flat Bench-2×10 3-DB Floor Press-2×10 3-Chest Supported Rows-3×10 4a-DB Rows-5×15 4a-DB Rows-5×12 4b-Chest Supported Rows-5×10 4-Arms and Shoulders-2×15-20 of whatever you want 4b-Band Pullaparts-5×20 4b-Band Pullaparts-5×20 4b-Band Pullaparts-5×20 5a-DB Front Raises-3×20 5a-DB Front Raises-3×15 5a-DB Front Raises-3×12 5b-DB Hammer Curls-3×20 5b-DB Hammer Curls-3×15 5b-DB Hammer Curls-3×12 5c-Rope Pushdowns-3×20 5c-Rope Pushdowns-3×15 5c-Rope Pushdowns-3×12 Day 2 Day 2 Day 2 Day 2 1-Seated Box Jump-6×3 to 80% of max height 1- Seated Box Jump-5×2 to 90% of max height 1- Seated Box Jump-4×1 up to a max height 1-Seated Box Jump-3×3 to 75% of max height 2-Safety Squat Bar Squats-Up to 2rm 2-Deadlift-Up to 2rm 2-Back Squat-Up to 2rm 2-Reverse Band Squat-80% of Week 3 Squat 3×3 3-Rack Pulls-3×3 at 60-80% 3-Dead Squats-6×1 at 70%-90 sec rest 3-Defecit Pulls-3×3 at 60-80% 3-GHRs-3×10 4-GHRs-4×12 4-GHRs-4×10 4-GHRs-4×8 4-Ab Wheel-2×10 5a-Ab Wheel-3×12 5a-Ab Wheel-3×10 5a-Ab Wheel-3×8 5b-BB Twists-3×12/12 5b-BB Twists-3×10/10 5b-BB Twists-3×8/8 Day 3 Day 3 Day 3 Day 3 1-Speed Bench Press w/ Bands-6×3 at 60% 1-Speed Bench Press w/ Bands-6×3 at 65% 1-Speed Bench Press w/ Bands-6×3 at 70% 1-Speed Bench Press-6×3 at 50% 2-Seated Military Press to Top of Head-2×8 2-Seated Military Press to Top of Head-2×7 2-Seated Military Press to Top of Head-2×6 2-Seated Military Press to Top of Head-2×5 (Light) 3-Chinups-5×5 with weight, 1xAMAP with bodyweight 3-Chinups-4×5 with weight, 1xAMAP with bodyweight 3-Chinups-3×5 with weight, 1xAMAP with bodyweight 3-Chinups-3×5 with bodyweight 4-Dips-3×6 with weight 4-Dips-3×6 with weight 4-Dips-3×6 with weight 4-Dips-2×5 with bodyweight 5-DB Incline Flies-2×12 5-DB Incline Flies-2×12 6-DB Incline Flies-2×12 6a-DB 90/90 Swings-2×20 6a-DB 90/90 Swings-2×15 6a-DB 90/90 Swings-2×12 6b-BB Curls-2×20 6b-BB Curls-2×15 6b-BB Curls-2×12 6c-DB Shrugs-2×20 6c-DB Shrugs-2×15 6c-DB Shrugs-2×12 Day 4 Day 4 Day 4 Day 4 1-Speed Deadlift w/ Bands-5×1 at 50% 1-Speed Deadlift w/ Bands-5×1 at 55% 1-Speed Deadlift w/ Bands-5×1 at 60% 1-Speed Deads-3×3 at 50% 2-Speed Squats w/ Bands-5×2 at 50% 2-Speed Squats w/ Bands-5×2 at 55% 2-Speed Squats w/ Bands-5×2 at 60% 2-Speed Squats-3×3 at 50% 3-BB Lunges-2×8 each leg 3-BB Lunges-2×7 each leg 3-BB Lunges-2×6 each leg 3-Reverse Hypers-2×10 4-Reverse Hypers-3×15 4-Reverse Hypers-3×12 4-Reverse Hypers-3×12 5a-Wide Leg Situps-3×12 5a-Wide Leg Situps-3×10 5a-Wide Leg Situps-3×10 5b-DB Side Bends-3×12/12 5b-DB Side Bends-3×10/10 5b-DB Side Bends-3×10/10 For exercises that don’t outline percentages or guide you towards a rep max, you want to use a weight that is challenging but still submaximal, don’t miss reps ever on supplementary or accessory work. Week 9-12 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12 (Deload) Day 1 Day 1 Day 1 Day 1 1-Rebound Pushups-4×2 1-Rebound Pushup-5×2 1-Rebound Pushup-6×2 1-Rebound Pushup-3×2 2-2 Board Press-Up to 1rm, Backdown-85% of day’s best 1×2-3 2-Floor Press-Up to 1rm, Backdown-85% of day’s best 1×2-3 2-Bench Press-Up to 1rm, Backdown-85% of day’s best 1×2-3 2-Reverse Band Press-85% of Week 3’s bench for 3×1 3-DB Incline Bench-2×8 3-DB Flat Bench-2×8 3-DB Floor Press-2×8 3-Chest Supported Rows-3×10 4a-Reverse Band Rows-5×15 4a-Reverse Band Rows-5×12 4b-Reverse Band Rows-5×10 4-Arms and Shoulders-2×15-20 of whatever you want 4b-Band Pullaparts-5×20 4b-Band Pullaparts-5×20 4b-Band Pullaparts-5×20 5a-DB Front Raises-3×20 5a-DB Front Raises-3×15 5a-DB Front Raises-3×12 5b-DB Hammer Curls-3×20 5b-DB Hammer Curls-3×15 5b-DB Hammer Curls-3×12 5c-Rope Pushdowns-3×20 5c-Rope Pushdowns-3×15 5c-Rope Pushdowns-3×12 Day 2 Day 2 Day 2 Day 2 1-Depth Jumps from 18”-3×5 1- Depth Jumps from 21”-3×4 1- Depth Jumps from 24”-3×3 1-Seated Box Jump-3×3 to 75% of max height 2-Safety Squat Bar Squats-Up to 1rm 2-Deadlift-Up to 1rm 2-Back Squat-Up to 1rm 2-Reverse Band Squat-80% of Week 3 Squat 3×3 3-Rack Pulls-5, 3, 1 at 65-85% 3-Dead Squats-3×1 at 70-80%-120 sec rest 3-Defecit Pulls-5, 3, 1 at 65-85% 3-GHRs-3×10 4-GHRs-3×10 4-GHRs-3×8 4-GHRs-3×6 4-Ab Wheel-2×10 5a-Ab Wheel-3×10 5a-Ab Wheel-3×8 5a-Ab Wheel-3×6 5b-BB Twists-3×10/10 5b-BB Twists-3×8/8 5b-BB Twists-3×6/6 Day 3 Day 3 Day 3 Day 3 1-Speed Bench Press-6×3 at 60% 1-Speed Bench Press-6×3 at 65% 1-Speed Bench Press-6×3 at 70% 1-Speed Bench Press-6×3 at 50% 2-Seated Military Press to Top of Head-2×5 2-Seated Military Press to Top of Head-2×4 2-Seated Military Press to Top of Head-2×3 2-Seated Military Press to Top of Head-2×5 (Light) 3-Chinups-3×5 with weight, 1xAMAP with bodyweight 3-Chinups-3×4 with weight, 1xAMAP with bodyweight 3-Chinups-3×3 with weight, 1xAMAP with bodyweight 3-Chinups-3×5 with bodyweight 4-Dips-3×5 with weight 4-Dips-3×5 with weight 4-Dips-3×5 with weight 4-Dips-2×5 with bodyweight 5-DB Incline Flies-2×12 5-DB Incline Flies-2×12 6-DB Incline Flies-2×12 6a-DB 90/90 Swings-2×20 6a-DB 90/90 Swings-2×15 6a-DB 90/90 Swings-2×12 6b-BB Curls-2×20 6b-BB Curls-2×15 6b-BB Curls-2×12 6c-DB Shrugs-2×20 6c-DB Shrugs-2×15 6c-DB Shrugs-2×12 Day 4 Day 4 Day 4 Day 4 1-Speed Deadlift-4×1 at 50% 1-Speed Deadlift-4×1 at 55% 1-Speed Deadlift-4×1 at 60% 1-Speed Deads-3×3 at 50% 2-Speed Squats-4×2 at 50% 2-Speed Squats-4×2 at 55% 2-Speed Squats-4×2 at 60% 2-Speed Squats-3×3 at 50% 3-BB Step Ups-2×8 each leg 3-BB Step Ups-2×7 each leg 3-BB Step Ups-2×6 each leg 3-Reverse Hypers-2×10 4-Reverse Hypers-3×15 4-Reverse Hypers-3×12 4-Reverse Hypers-3×12 5a-Wide Leg Situps-3×10 5a-Wide Leg Situps-3×8 5a-Wide Leg Situps-3×6 5b-DB Side Bends-3×10/10 5b-DB Side Bends-3×8/8 5b-DB Side Bends-3×6/6 Final Considerations There isn’t anything too fancy or clever about this program. Three weeks of 3 rep maxes, 3 weeks of 2 rep maxes, 3 weeks of 1 rep maxes; decreasing volume of supplementary work and basic assistance work to promote growth and stay healthy. Use this simple equation to compare your 3, 2 and 1rm and set goals for yourself each week… .033(Weight Used x Reps)+Weight=Projected Max For example if you bench press 315×3 in week 3, a projected max of 346; during week 6 you should aim to do at least 330×2, a projected max of 351. Go into each session with a goal number in mind and stick to that plan. Another important thing to keep in mind when doing Max Effort work is to NEVER MISS REPS!! Missing reps doesn’t make you stronger, making them does, plus missing reps is a bad habit to get into and will wreak havoc on your confidence. If the plan for the day calls for a 3rm, you are much better off doing something slightly lighter for 3 and walk away telling yourself you had it for 4+ reps, than getting 2 reps and missing a 3rd. Success breeds confidence. Conjugate Periodization is a proven system to get people brutally strong, make sure that you are choosing your ME exercises wisely, using a small enough exercise pool that you can really track your progress and getting in ample volume to improve your motor learning. Do all of these things and Conjugate Periodization can produce huge numbers for a raw lifter as well.
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    Chins Nach meinem "Rant" im Eröffnungsbeitrag, will ich auch nochmal betonen, dass dies alles meine persönliche Meinung und Erfahrung wiederspiegelt. Wer diesbezüglich keine Probleme hat/hatte ist gut dran und kann für sich natürlich so weitermachen... klare Sache... Wenn man also lernen will Klimmzüge zu machen, dann halte ich folgende Vorgehensweisen oder "Vorübungen" für sinnvoll: 1. Latzug oder "Machine-Assisted Pull-up": Ich sehe den Vorteil hier v. a. darin, dass man sich mit angepasstem, leichtem Gewicht auf die korrekte Technik, die Bewegung und die Ansteuerung der Zielmuskulatur konzentrieren kann. Und wenn man später einen nennenswerten Teil des Gewichtsstapels auf Wdh. bewegt oder die Gewichtserleichterung in Richtung 10kg schrumpft, dann wird man auch freie Klimmzüge hinbekommen. 2. Inverted Rows, Dead-Hangs, Eccentric-only Chins Der nächste Schritt können diese Varianten sein, die bereits alle "frei" sind, d. h. ohne Beteiligung von Maschinen. 2.1 Bei Dead-Hangs hängt man sich einfach an die Klimmzugstange (oder -Griffe) und hält sein Gewicht. Wenn man sein Gewicht nicht wenigstens über die Dauer eines Klimmzugs oder -Satzes halten kann, kann man auch keine Klimmzüge schaffen. Am stärksten ist jeder aufgrund der Beteiligung der Armmuskulatur mit dem Neutralgriff, gefolgt vom Untergriff (Chins) und Obergriff (Pull-ups) und so würde ich es auch angehen, wenn "noch gar nichts geht". Hier kann man auch bereits versuchen, nur die Schulterblätter "runterzuziehen" (Shoulder/Scapular Depression) und seinen Körper damit etwas hoch, was die Initialbewegung darstellt (auch als "Active Hang" bezeichnet, wenn die Schultern aktiv unten gehalten werden). Zu den Dead-hangs gehört dann als nächster Schritt, dass man sich nicht nur mit ausgestreckten Armen an die Griffstange hängt, sondern in der oberen Position (Kopf oben) oder in beliebigen Zwischenpositionen versucht sein Gewicht zu halten (auch als "Flex Hang" bezeichnet; hier sollte auch bereits der Schultergürtel "unten" gehalten werden, statt "durchzuhängen"). 2.2 Eccentric-only (Negative) Pull-ups Man fängt mit einem Dead-hang in der oberen Position an und lässt sich möglichst langsam herunter. 2.3 Inverted Rows Hier kann man sehr schön über die Fuß- und Körperposition skalieren und trainiert bereits die Zug-Bewegung mit. Bspw. in folgenden Schritten: Schritt 0,5 Schritt 1 Schritt 2 Schritt 3 bis hin zu Schritt 4 Man kann diese Sachen auch bereits parallel zum "Haupttraining" mit der Maschine einführen wenn man möchte. (Von elastischen Bändern zur Unterstützung halte ich nicht so viel, weil sie eher nur den Bereich stärken, der ohnehin der leichteste in der Bewegung ist. Aber wer damit klar kommt, nur zu...) Viel besser als ich (mit etwas anderer Bezeichnung der Schritte) kann es Al Kavadlo erklären: Pull-up Tutorial Wenn man ersteinmal die ersten freien Klimmzüge machen kann und trainieren will, so halte ich es für am Besten, wenn man nach dem "Grease the groove"-Ansatz von Tsatsouline vorgeht: Video 1 Video 2 "Greasing the Groove" explained Wie im 2. Video und im Artikel erklärt, geht es hier primär um den Kraftaufbau und das erfordert ausreichende Pausen zwischen den Sätzen (eher 5min und später mehr, genauso wie bei den anderen Hauptübungen des FEM bspw.). Darüberhinaus erfordert es wenige Wdh. pro Satz (1-3 Wdh. zunächst), um frisch zu sein. Insofern empfehle ich 1. länger zu pausieren, als es vielleicht üblicherweise passiert und mit weniger Wdh./Satz zu arbeiten als es üblicherweise probiert wird; am Beispiel des FEM also eher 5 Sätze je 3 Wdh. anstatt 3x5. Es drängt sich also geradezu auf, bereits in den vorherigen Satzpausen der anderen Übungen je eine (oder 2-3 je nach Fähigkeit) Wdh. zu machen und so über den Trainingstag die geforderten Gesamtwdh. anzusammeln. Sinnvolle Griffvarianten (gilt auch für das Rudern; in absteigender Reihenfolge, was die Armbeteiligung angeht) sind der schulterweite (enge) Neutralgriff, der schulterweite Untergriff und der (mittelweite) Obergriff. Der mittelweite Obergriff wird so angesetzt, dass der Winkel zwischen Oberarm und Unterarm 90° beträgt, wenn der Oberarm auf Schulterhöhe parallel zum Boden ist. Der "weite/breite Obergriff" macht den Rücken nicht breiter, sondern verkürzt die mögliche Bewegungsreichweite (ROM = Range of Motion) und macht für Anfänger keinen Sinn. Wenn man gezielt weiter an den Klimmzügen arbeiten will, empfiehlt sich IMHO das Fighter Pull-up Program Und um zu beweisen, dass die Damen unter euch es absolut ebenso schaffen können wie die Herren, nochmal eine weitere Einführung zum Thema How to Progress Yourself to Your First Pull-up Und Who says women can`t do pull-ups? Und Your first Pull-up: How to for senior-aged women Viel Erfolg!

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