When Your Only Goal Is Strength
Most guys will say that weightlifting techniques are fairly simple: For size, go for high-volume rep counts; for strength, go with low reps and heavy weights; for cutting, go with high reps and shorter rest periods.
It’s not that easy, of course—and if it were, every gym-goer would have the physique of Adonis. Strength training can often frustrate intermediate and advanced lifters, because following “basic rules” will only get you so far. Too much of the same thing will only lead to a plateau in your performance.
Where do you go from there? Use these four strategies to see major progress in your strength-building game.Back to top