The 4 Essential Elements of Effective Strength Training

In Isometric Training, Progressive Calisthenics, Suspension Training by Matt

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Effective strength and muscle building workouts require much more than just the correct exercises or sets and reps. They also require the 4 essential elements of the neuromuscular proficiency.

Each layer of neuromuscular proficiency helps build the other levels above it. So if you’re lacking in your tension control, or stability, your ability to build muscle and strength will always be handicapped.

What’s a carry equivalent in calisthenics? 15:52

How much tension is enough during the tension phase? 17:23

Does TUT create joint pain? 18:28

How to do pistol squats with a heel on the floor 19:28

Should you focus on strength or skills as a beginner? 21:01

Is high frequency training effective for strength and skill? 22:19

My mental preparation warm up before workouts: 24:42

Are isometrics good for bodybuilding? 25:59

Hip pain after doing a lot of squats: 27:41

Isn’t it true that you don’t need different rep ranges for building muscle and strength? 29:14

Tips for early morning workouts 31:32

Is exercise rotation / change necessary to keep progressing? 33:58

Any cool ways to do isometrics besides using the Isoloop: 37:01

Do I use any G.M.B style gymnastics training in my workouts” 38:24

Tips for losing 40 pounds as fast as possible: 39:31

Should PEDs be more accepted and legalized? 44:03

How do you know you’re eating enough with Intuitive Eating? 46:57

Best bench and overhead press frequency? 49:21

Shoulder pain during pull-ups: 50:13

Is the Trifecta from CC2 any good? 50:36

Stuck at 305 on the bench any tips? 52:09