The Novice Linear Progression:
Why It Works and What To Do When It Doesn’t
The linear progression is the oldest tried and true method of strength training. Start relatively light and add a little bit of weight each time you train. That methodology has been making people strong for centuries, which is why the novice linear progression is one of the most widely used strength training programs around. Many resources can tell you what the linear progression looks like, but few go into how and when to use the program (it’s not just for novices) or what to do when you stop making progress. Below is a complete guide to help you get started with strength training using linear progression:
- Strength is the foundation of health, body composition, and fitness goals.
- A simple, hard and effective approach. (Easy doesn’t work!)
- A sample program to help you get started and what to do after linear progression.
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