Creating adaptation is the key to improved work capacity

You may notice that we only switch or rotate strength, power and assistance exercises every 2-4 weeks. Making you do the same (ish) workouts 2-4 weeks in a row. Within these movements we can make subtle changes to the stimulus. So it’s really not the same workouts…. An example being adding more volume (reps/sets/time) or intensity (load/time). This helps create neuromuscular adaptation. If we were to constantly vary the stimulus, you wouldn’t make as much progress to your fitness since your body has no time (volume/repetitions) to adapt. To read more on why too much variation can hinder progress, check this article out.

Constant Variance Is The Enemy

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