Within this episode Louie Simmons, John Quint and Chris Marrang explain the importance of understanding the force posture curve and why partial ranges of movement are sometime beneficial for training,
In this episode Louie talks in depth about the true Conjugate System of training and where it came from. He also elaborates upon how he cross-referenced multiple authors to utilize the system of training Westside Barbell executes. Louie also answers questions that were asked during the live stream to help simply some of the topics talked about,
Louie Simmons and Tom Barry discuss the Maximal Effort and Dynamic Effort Methods for the lower body. This includes what volume, intensity, to use and how to select the correct exercises to build strength. Louie also speaks on raw lifting and why Westside Barbell uses gear.
In this episode Louie Simmons breaks down all the training partners he has had along the different generations of Westside lifters. In this podcast you will get a very detailed and personal insight into what role good training partners play upon your success,
In this episode Louie goes in to great detail on Training Volume and how to calculated it optimally for maximal results. Louie also discuses the importance of rotating volumes and utilizing correct training intensities,
Within this podcast Louie discuses each individual phase of the sprint, how to increase a fast rate of force development, sports specific mass and correct exercise selection amongst the vast array of topics covered today. Joining us today is our Intern Falvio and our resident A.R.T and N.M.T Guru John Quint,
Episode 6-How would Westside Barbell Train an Olympic Weightlifter
In todays podcast I pose Louie the question on how Westside Barbell would train an Olympic Weightlifter along with our current intern Flavio. It may not be known to most people but Louie Simmons began competing in Olympic Weightlifting before he moved to powerlifting and it is still one of the sports he loves to watch and follow. Louie also explains why he was compelled to write a new book on how to train an Olympic Weightlifter optimally and provides his thoughts on the current condition of American weightlifting.