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MILO Journal: Weight Training and Fitness - General Weight Training Guidance

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General weight training guidance:

Matveyev's Principle (1 rep max) 1.1
Basic weight-gaining program 1.3
Size and strength 3.2
Power training 4.1
Upper body 4.3
Work vs. tonnage 4.3
Abs 4.4
Neck specialization 5.3
Muscle weaknesses 6.1
Important muscle groups 6.2
Calf specialization 6.2
Calf training 6.3
Triples 6.4
True strength 7.1
Parallel bar dips 7.3
Shoulders 7.3
Basic exercises 8.1
Time efficient workout for muscle growth 8.1
Training variation 8.2
Shoulders 8.2
Abbreviated workouts 8.2
Size and strength 8.3
Abbreviated training 8.3
Maximize training effect 8.4
Cardio options 8.4
Calisthenics 9.1
Functional strength 9.1
Running - Part I 9.1
Two-day-a-week training 9.1
Running - Part II 9.2
Friday night "fun" training 9.3
Training for bulk 10.1
Training logs 10.2
Early morning training 10.2
Standing barbell pullover 10.2
High endurance workout (burn fat) 10.3
Side bends 10.4
Stabilizers 10.4
Flexibility 10.4
Quick hitter training 10.4
Training fundamentals 11.1
Training volume 11.1
Building "showy" muscles 11.1
Calves 11.2
Body-maintaining 11.3
Breathing exercises 11.3
Arm specialization 11.4
Working out on the road 11.4
Taboo exercises 11.4
Push-ups 11.4
Daily training 12.1
Gaining size 12.1
Train to your limit 12.1
Mass building methods 12.2
Bulking up 12.2
Training to look strong 12.2
Training variables 12.4
Cardio conditioning 13.1
Back work for bulk 13.2
Boxing 13.2
Spotting technique 13.3
Push-ups w/ sticks 13.3
Traps 13.3
Big chest—Part 1 13.3
Aerobic options 13.4
24-rep program 13.4
Walk and swing 13.4
Different approach 13.4
Big chest—Part 2 13.4
Grind & go principle 14.1
Shoulders and traps 14.1
Whole body / core 14.1
Legs / lower body 14.1
Big chest—Part 3 14.1
Conditioning workout 14.2
Variety / consistency 14.2
Training vs. rest 14.2
Back training 14.2
Upper body 14.2
Stiff-legged DLs 14.2
Tabata intervals 14.3
Perfect workout 14.3
Velocity training 14.3
Samson's stroll 14.3
Framework building 14.3
Weight gain—Part 1 14.3
Jumping pull-ups 14.4
Power of a mentor 14.4
Weight gain—Part 2 14.4
Hard work for success 14.4
Strength training for pole vaulting 15.1
Bicycling for conditioning 15.1
Movement efficiency 15.1
Pre-exhaustion for strength 15.1
Core training 15.1
Lung-booster workout 15.1
Strength training for high school sports 15.1
Heavy cardio workout 15.2
Burpees 15.2
Abbreviated training 15.2
Stability push-ups 15.2
Rope pull-ups 15.3
Max contraction workout 15.3
Hise shrugs 15.3
Return to the basics 15.3
Dynamic warm-ups 15.3
Competition prep - getting strong 15.3
Hip belt squats 15.3
Upper extremity flexibility 15.3
Calf work 15.3
Single-arm barbell snatch 15.3
Strength/conditioning fads 15.4
Neck training 15.4
Free-lifting 15.4
Arched back good morning 15.4
Step-ups and sandbag jumps 15.4
Hip belt squat routine 15.4
Training with The Bone 15.4
   


 
Biceps 16.1
Intensive strength and power program 16.1
Periodization for football 16.1
Heavy kettlebell pressing 16.1
Neck training 16.1
Time-focus workouts 16.1
Posterior chain 16.2
Deck circuit training 16.2
Advanced neck training 16.2
Ropes training 16.2
Bench press safety 16.3
Hold and release 16.3
Strength–endurance training 16.3
Battling Ropes 16.3
Adding muscle 16.3
Neck training 16.3
Manual labor 16.3
Pareto's principle 16.4
Optimum sequence 16.4
Deadlifts, dips, dumbbells and dousing 16.4
Push sled 16.4
Progressive muscular relaxation 16.4
Speed lifts 17.1
Sumo strength 17.1
Explosive power–endurance 17.1
Working on a training bag 17.1
Weight vests 17.2
Rope drag 18.4
Negatives 17.2
Making progress 17.2
Basketball rebounding 17.3
Training for public protection personnel 17.3
Recovery 17.3
Jo-Bar 17.4
CrossFit for Lifters 17.4
Overtraining 17.4
Training with Jim Schmitz 17.4
Breathing exercises 18.1
Body clock training 18.1
Squats 18.1
Plank 18.1
Combination lifts 18.2
Medicine ball throws 18.2
Metabolic conditioning 18.2
Warming up 18.3
Conditioning circuit 18.3
Jumping 18.3
Isometrics 18.4
Safety 18.4
Training opposing muscle groups 18.4
Breath work 18.4
Strength training for swimming 18.4
Abbreviated training 18.4
Making gains 19.1
Serratus anterior muscle 19.1
Abdominal training 19.1
Summer training 19.1
Inverted postures 19.2
Minimalist workout 19.2
Neuro-muscular efficiency 19.2
Abdominal Training 19.3
Recovery 19.3
Assistance exercises 19.3
Circuit training 19.4
Preparation warm-ups 19.4
Neck and trap training 19.4
Planning your training 19.4
Back/lat/trap workout 19.4
High-rep squats 19.4
Minimalist workout 20.1
Squats, presses for breakfast 20.1
Abdominal training 20.2
Advanced neck training 20.2
How not to squat 20.2
Keep your training fresh 20.2
Postural considerations 20.2
Multi-tasking for fitness 20.3
Strong back development 20.3
Training the respiratory muscles 20.3
Plateau-busting strategy 20.3
Breathing techniques to reduce tension 20.3
Squats for athletics 20.3
Abbreviated routine 20.3
Athletic calves 20.4
Training the core 20.4
Crushing routine 20.4
Breathing techniques 20.4
Stonelifting preparation 20.4
Training with busy schedule 20.4
Deep squats and power 20.4
Train for endurance
20.4
Strengthen hands and wrists
21.1
Forward head rounded shoulders (FHRSP)
21.1
Continuity and variety
21.2
AM lifting for PM performance
21.2
Variable resistance 
21.3
Training and rehab questions
21.3
Upper body overdrive
21.3
Negatives for stronger arms
21.3
Break plateaus
21.4
Barbell squat
21.4
Drug-testing roundtable
21.4
Instinctive training 22.1
Beyond comfort zone 22.1
Build powerful lats 22.1
1/2 and 1/4 systems 22.1
Time factor 22.2
Recovery between sets 22.2
Strength training, periodization for CrossFit 22.3
Balance, moderation 22.3
Intensity 22.4
15-minute workouts 22.4
Quality of life 23.1
Legs and performance 23.2
Cluster training 23.2
How much work? 23.2


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