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One thing that many trainers and coaches advocate is performing with perfect form all the time. I was one of those many coaches a long time ago. However, I have since changed my perspective so I am not such a “form Nazi.”
I am a huge advocate of focusing on performance while training. I tell my athletes and clients to stop just before they completely fail when they lift.
A person can search the internet for a training program and come up with countless programs to choose from. Most of them will be based on percentages of your single or one repetition maximum (1RM).
If you like to do movements that don't necessarily have anything to do with your sport or training goals, then do them. There should be some fun in your training.
There are many die hard dead lifters out there, and this blog post may not sit well with some of them. Turns out, I am more than okay with that.
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