Prilepin's Table For Weightlifting
With so many advanced techniques making the rounds, it's become important to make sure the right one is applied for your needs.
When it comes to weightlifting, there is nothing better than the Prilepin's table because it provides a wonderful amount of versatility without getting in the way of your natural flexibility. It is well-regarded as one of the finest techniques for progressing towards higher weights in the gym without limiting your physical health.
In general, the idea behind using this table is to split up how the program is set up. For most weightlifters, you will look to pick up weights and pound through them one by one while trying to go as heavy as your body allows you to. However, researchers have shown this is not the way to go and it is smarter to start pushing lesser weights for more repetitions while going heavier over the course of a week or month.
This is done to make sure your body adapts to lesser weights and the form starts settling in before you go after heavier weights. When your muscles know how to contract while completing the movement (i.e. deadlifts), you are able to generate more force without overextending.
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