Martin Ludvigsen

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  • in reply to: Incorporating other programs #357790
    Martin Ludvigsen
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    I would periodize it, doping strength training in one block, and hypertrophy in another, so you keep focus on what you want to do.

    in reply to: Learning about how muscles work #357788
    Martin Ludvigsen
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    Hi
    If you want to know, exactly how the muscles work, if that’s exactly what you’re looking for, the book serious strength training by Tudor Bompa has a chapter excusively on that.

    in reply to: Anything else #357567
    Martin Ludvigsen
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    Great job, looks good 💪🏼🔥

    in reply to: What Programm should i choose? #356040
    Martin Ludvigsen
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    We all got our strong and weak points my friend.
    If the weakpoints, are on your upperbody, focus on them in your upper split, fx. add some pumpwork on that given point at the end of your workout, there’s lots of inspiration in this app.

    in reply to: What Programm should i choose? #355957
    Martin Ludvigsen
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    Hi Adrian
    Hope that it is ok, that I give my 5 cents.

    If you only been training for a year, I think that a upper/lower your frame.
    If you start at the top floor, there will be no room for improvement.
    It’s better to only do what’s nessesary, and add on to that.
    There is a brillant upper/lower program in this app.

    And don’t focus on weakpoints after only a year of training, focus on putting on mass.

    in reply to: Just wrapped PPL2.0, what next coach? #351093
    Martin Ludvigsen
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    Martin! Thanks for the response man! Yeah I am still very new and definitely don’t want to over complicate it. I was thinking a change up would be nice but you guys and Bryce have me thinking I need to go another round here. I do try very hard to focus very hard on each exercise and as you say master it but I know I am a LONG way off, and I love it. The daily commitment to getting better is there. I have a lot to think about! I appreciate all of you for chiming in. Have a great weekend everyone

    Sometimes training is like broccoli.
    It can be kind of boring, but it’s good for you.

    in reply to: Legs aren’t progressing (as much as I would like) #351088
    Martin Ludvigsen
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    In MY mind, it easier to perform 2 all out sets, instead of mabye 4 halfassed sets.
    I find myself holding back a rep or to, if I got too many sets.
    Hope you know what I mean.

    in reply to: Legs aren’t progressing (as much as I would like) #349226
    Martin Ludvigsen
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    Do not make legs to complicated.
    Concentrate on form and going All out, on the days your program describes it.
    The problem for most people, is going all out, and maintaining good form.
    Mostly people stop when it gets to hard.
    Cut down on sets, and instead of doing too many sets, make the sets count instead.

    in reply to: Just wrapped PPL2.0, what next coach? #349217
    Martin Ludvigsen
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    I would stick to an upper/lower program or just a fullbody.
    If you just started lifting 1 year ago, I would instead focus on correcting the exercises and mind muscle connection. Become a master in the execution of the exercises, and controlling the weight.
    With only one year of lifting, there will be a lot to learn here, do not make it to complicated.

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