|Heavy partials are a tremendously effective training tool - but you have to do them the right way - aggressively, but intelligently.|
Hail to the Dinosaurs!
My new training course on Heavy
Partials has been getting great
Everyone loves it - and they love
the exercises and the workouts.
Of course, many readers have
The most common questions are
about combining heavy partials
with full-range reps.
Q. Can you do it?
Q. Should you do it?
A. If you want to try it, go ahead -
but be sure to avoid over-training.
Heavy partials are very demanding,
and it's very easy to over-train on
Q. How do you do it without over-
A. You need to use a divided workout
schedule that allows time for rest
and recovery - and you may need to
include extra rest days.
For example, you might try the following
program over a two-week period:
Regular reps - Squats and curls
Heavy partials - BP and shrug
Regular reps - Press and DL
Heavy partials - Squats and curls
Regular reps - BP and pull-ups
Heavy partials - Press and DL
For details on how to perform your
heavy partials, grab the new course:
And as always - let me know how
you like the new course - and if you
have any questions, fire them in!
Yours in strength,
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