When it comes to getting strong, problems can arise when selecting the loads for working sets. Often times, too light of a weight is selected for an initial work set, or even more problematic, too big of jumps are made between attempts. Avoid the Goldilocks conundrum of too much or too little and discover how to structure out your working sets to progress your strength training.
A common problem people make in the process of warming up for resistance training isn’t always their physical preparation, but rather the selection of the weights they’ll use for warming up. No matter the training intent, no matter the rep range, no matter the total weight someone is shooting for, we will consistently see errors take place during the selection of warm up weights. Pick the right jumps and the correct number of reps to take at specified loads and you will be well on your way to making…