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Old 08-11-2007, 12:03 PM   #1
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some good articles:

The Effects of Strongman on a Powerlifter

Strongman Training 101, Part 1

Strongman Training 101, Part 2

A Beginners Guide to Strongman Training

Top 5 Max Effort Lifts for Strongman: Upper Body

Top 5 Max Effort Lifts for Strongman—Lower Body

Blue Collar Strongman Training

Maximum Effort Training for Strongman

Dynamic Effort for Strongman - Speed Kills

Assistance Training for Strongman and “Functional” Strength

Assistance Training for Strongman Part 2: Using the Safety Squat Bar

Strongman for Athletic Strength and Conditioning

Strongman and Westside Training

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Old 08-11-2007, 12:11 PM   #2
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some more articles:

The Power of Simplicity in Strength Training

Talking Training with Old-Time Strongmen

Strongman Training: Look Outside the Box
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The Importance of Breathing Exercise and Chest Development for Strongmen

William Boone's 1937 Training Program

The One Arm Dumbell Press
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Srongman Exercises, Strongman Injuries

Strongman Training for Athletes

From Lab Geek to Strongman

Iron John: One Hard Thing
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I read some of the articals and yes I am new but on the lifts what is ME and DE?????

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I read some of the articals and yes I am new but on the lifts what is ME and DE?????

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there have been a number of articles written for this. please do a search.

in short,

ME = Maximum Effort. Your goal on this day is to choose one lift (it has to be a big compound movement) and hit a 1, 2 or 3RM for that day. This 1,2 or 3 RM that you hit may or may not be a PR but it must be your max for that day.

DE = Dynamic Effort. Your goal here is to do 8-10 sets of 1-3 reps for a big compound movement with 40-70% of your max and focus on great form and deadlift speed. So in short: you do each rep as fast as you can while maintaining picture perfect form.
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hey thanks for these articles, very informative
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I loved the third link it is so useful thanks
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the second article is the best
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west side training is the best training for body building.
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