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    xbloodyfeetx is offline Member
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    Default Progressive Movement Training....

    I have had much success with Progressive Movement training in the past. As a matter of fact today was the first time that I failed to hit a PR as the cycle was winding down in this style of training. I missed my old PR by about 30lbs in the full ROM deadlift. GRRRRRRR!!!!!!! I'm so pissed. Anyone else had this trouble?

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    0 replies on progressive movement training and well over 600 views on "pavels pants" on a strength training forum... anyone see any problem with this?

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    I am very interested in how you did your workouts.

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    Never tried this with the deadlift. Was working on squats with this method for a while and as it turns out that is not the best method for me. Too much stress on the knees. A hell of a work out tho and it was fun while it lasted. I don't know how Paul Anderson was able to keep it going.

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    @ Chris Flemmings: The way Pavel described it certainly is one way of doing it, but there are others less strenuous. The basic idea is to use a supramaximal load from your strongest range of motion and then lengthen the distance... You can do the entire cycle as singles (assuming you have all the time in the world). Paul Anderson wasn't the only one to utilize this form of training.

    @ CZECHSTER: My last cycle was deadlifting once a week for 6 weeks with a four inch jump at the top with 2 inch jumps after my muscles "changed gears". I began with 45 reps total (note: I made no reference to sets) I then began knocking off reps as I lengthened the movement until I was eventually down to 5 single sets, which upon the last six inches or so progress stalled. I then retested my max only to discover that it had actually gone down! I think that I may have been out of my normal "deadlifting groove" due to an equipment change... that's my guess anyway.

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