How to Train Pain-Free Forever
Released on December 21, 2017
1:20 – Joe introduces today’s sponsor – Kumho Tires
4:15 – Show overview
14:45 – Alternating “high CNS stress” workouts with “low CNS stress” workouts
17:30 – Organizing a 4-day split to allow for more recovery time
21:40 – Bringing back Joe Weider’s “Pre-Fatigue Principle”
26:45 – Various methods for making “light weights feel heavy”
33:00 – The benefits of training sub-maximally
39:00 – Joe goes off on a pre-workout stimulant tangent then gives a plug to Four Sigmatic
50:00 – Reducing the amount of direct spinal loading in your program
55:45 – Incorporating more sled/prowler work into your program
59:15 – “Pulling” vs “Pressing” exercise ratio guidelines
63:00 – Joe’s best piece of advice regarding your warm-up
67:15 – 4 things that Joe feels everyone should do daily
70:15 – Deload recommendations
73:00 – Show Conclusion: Joe announces his current supplement sale & iTunes review contest
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-The Industrial Strength Show team
Hi Joe. I appreciated this podcast as a recently-turned 40-year-old. Two follow-up questions I had:
1. In terms of the High-Low sequencing, how would you fit interval/sprinting into the mix (e.g., would you not place it back-to-back with lower body strength training days, but is it OK back-to-back with upper body strength training days)?
2. If given the choice long-term between consistently following a two-day/week upper body and one-day/week lower body strength training set-up (a la B2L or BLABA), versus following the SB911 rotation that you talked about in the podcast, is one option preferable over the other?