Training principles are ideal for beginning and intermediate weightlifters. But according to fitness expert Joe Wuebben, experienced lifters require aggressive training to continue to see increases in muscular size and endurance.
In their upcoming book, Stronger Arms & Upper Body (Human Kinetics, September 2008), Wuebben and coauthor Jim Stoppani suggest incorporating advanced training techniques as a means of boosting intensity and providing a new stimulus to promote continual results. "Increasing intensity is the key. The longer you've trained, the more creative and innovative you'll need to be to make workouts more intense," says Wuebben.
Wuebben and Stoppani's advanced training techniques include:
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