5/3/1: The Simplest and Most Effective Training Program for Building Raw Strength (Ebook)

5/3/1: The Simplest and Most Effective Training Program for Building Raw Strength (Ebook)

The success of the 5/3/1 Method has been nothing short of extraordinary. The response towards this simple but brutally effective training system has been overwhelming. This is because it works. And works for just about anyone willing to put in the discipline and work that getting stronger requires Elite level lifters to absolute beginners have all used the 5/3/1 Method; the basic tenets of strength training have and will never change. Big exercises, constant progress, and personal records will never go out of style. High school and college coaches are now using the 5/3/1 with their athletes with amazing success; it is easy to track, implement and will inspire any team to push for themselves to the limit. Powerlifters use this program, for both raw meets and geared meets. The 5/3/1 Method is truly for anyone that is looking to get stronger. This is not a fancy training program that requires special equipment or Master's degree - all is required is your dedication to moving more weight than you had ever dreamed.

Table of Contents 

  • The Origin of 5/3/1 
  • The 5/3/1 Philosophy 
  • 5/3/1/ Program  
  • Squat 
  • Military Press 
  • Bench Press 
  • Deadlift 
  • Training Fashion 
  • Beginning the Program 
  • The Last Set 
  • How to Progress 
  • Even Smaller Increments? 
  • Stalling 
  • How to Warm Up 
  • Comparing Rep Maxes 
  • Having a Less than Stellar Day 
  • Assistance Exercises 
  • The Great Debate 
  • Boring but Big 
  • Triumvirate 
  • I’m Not Doing Shit Today 
  • Periodization Bible 
  • Bodyweight 
  • Moving North of Vag 
  • Training 3 Days a Week 
  • Training 2 Days a Week 
  • Training 1 Day a Week 
  • Using Excel 
  • 5/3/1 FAQ 
  • 5/3/1 Comments and Success Stories 
  • 5/3/1 Percentage Charts 
  • 5/3/1 Training Log 
  • About the Author


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5/3/1 You Are Being Lied To Banner by Jim Wendler

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