By Jim Wendler
The luck of the 5/3/1 procedure has been not anything in need of awesome. For the prior yr, the reaction in the direction of this straightforward yet brutally powerful education method has been overwhelming. it is because it really works. And works for almost an individual keen to install the self-discipline and paintings that obtaining more suitable calls for Elite point lifters to absolute rookies have all used the 5/3/1 process; the elemental tenets of energy education have and may by no means swap. monstrous routines, consistent growth, and private documents won't ever exit of favor. highschool and faculty coaches at the moment are utilizing the 5/3/1 with their athletes with striking good fortune; you can tune, enforce and may motivate any group to push for themselves to the restrict. Powerlifters use this application, for either uncooked meets and geared meets.
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If you’re on your knees, I recommend sets of 25-50. The Great Debate The big debate with ab work is whether to do a lot of sets and reps (5x12, for example), or to work up to one heavy set – sort of the way you do with this program. There’s no right or wrong answer for this. I usually tell people to do both. Some exercises are better with higher volume – face pulls and triceps pushdowns, for example – while others should be loaded fairly heavily and rep maxes should be established. The drawback of always relying on just one of these principles is that sometimes you can’t go for a rep max – or don’t feel like it – after punishing yourself on the first exercise.
You won’t be worried about your assistance work, whether a machine is going to be available, or how much good mornings suck. I’ve made this deal with myself many times before I’ve trained: If I do X weight for X amount of reps, I’m leaving. I do this fairly often, and I’m sure it seems odd. I recently went to a commercial gym, warmed up, did my working sets and set a huge PR. I sat there for a little while, then decided to leave. As I was walking out, I looked around at the other people training, and I wondered whether anyone else had set a personal record that day.
All we’re going for here is to limit each workout to 3 exercises, including the big one. Here’s an example: Sunday Military Press – 5/3/1 Dips – 5 sets of 15 reps Chin-ups – 5 sets of 10 reps 47 Monday Deadlift – 5/3/1 Good Morning – 5 sets of 12 reps Hanging Leg Raise – 5 sets of 15 reps Wednesday Bench Press - 5/3/1 Dumbbell Bench Press – 5 sets of 15 reps Dumbbell Row – 5 sets of 10 reps Friday Squat - 5/3/1 Leg Press – 5 sets of 15 reps Leg Curl – 5 sets of 10 reps This is very similar to Boring But Big, but you don’t have to do the same exercise over and over again, and you don’t have to do 5 sets.