You’ve been given movement patterns and correlated lifts.
Potential rep goals with varied rep ranges/protocols.
Today it’s time for the third piece of the puzzle that is –
Same yet different.
If you’ve been taking the time to write down each element as requested to, you should find that things are starting to form what some call a ‘matrix’ where you can select from and create multiple variations of this lifting philosophy.
The third and final part, it’s easy yet hard.
You must listen to your body and be honest with yourself.
The matrix you’ve now cerated will provide all the potential variation you need.
Unfortunately the tricky part will be consistency and allowing yourself to enjoy the training.
This is one common flaw I see in a lot of programs.
People just don’t like them.
Many will assume that doing the latest fad, or copying someone else will work just as well for them, and sometimes it does until it doesn’t.
Making progress isn’t easy.
It’s even harder if you loath your training.
The premise behind ‘same yet different’ is simply to let you know that there’s options and if you don’t enjoy something you can change it if you truly feel you need to.
Nothing is set it stone, even Caliburn.
You might think that everything you’ve read so far just doesn’t gel with you and that’s great if you do.
Just be honest with yourself, your goal and your training.
Of course if you give the above a fair chance you’ll find it works rather well and gives you plenty of opportunity to progress.
The choice is yours.