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    Default The Case for the Starting Strength Model

    Mark Rippetoe’s presentation and discussion from the September 25, 2015 Physical Culture Education Series event held at St Vincent College in Latrobe, PA

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    • 0:00 - Series & Speaker Introduction, Nicholas Racculia
    • 2:09 - Introduction, Mark Rippetoe - Strength & Conditioning 2015, popularity of the field, problems with rapid growth, certifications
    • 7:36 - The Starting Strength Model - origin of the method, linear progression
    • 13:55 - The Variable = LOAD
    • 15:10 - Strength
    • 16:02 - Solving Movement Problems
    • 19:27 - Incremental Increases
    • 22:20 - Loaded Human Movement
    • 24:15 - Human movement training v Machine training
    • 27:51 - Teaching correct movement
    • 30:02 - The Current Problem
    • 30:15 ---- exercise variety, isolation, "corrective" exercises, "functional" exercises, certifications
    • 35:30 - Strength & Experience accumulate
    • 38:00 - Return on Investment from Strength Training - Strength and
    • 39:31 ---- cardiovascular development
    • 41:00 ---- power
    • 46:30 - Q&A
    • 47:15 ---- Importance of diet
    • 48:55 ---- Corrective exercises
    • 55:10 ---- Plateaus
    • 1:08:00 ---- Conjugate method
    • 1:09:00 ---- Anabolics
    • 1:11:00 ---- Training children
    • 1:15:00 ---- Education
    • 1:17:00 ---- Trainees with limited ROM
    • 1:19:20 ---- Strongman-type movements
    • 1:22:22 ---- Challenging Cases?
    • ------------------- Back rounding
    • 1:24:45 --------- Inflexible hamstrings
    • 1:28:35 ---- Swimmers and strength training
    • 1:30:00 ---- Finding good coaches
    • 1:30:50 ---- Reps per set, 8-12 v 5
    Last edited by stef; 11-12-2015 at 06:21 PM.

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    Thank you for making this available to members of the forum. It is a great source of information from the man.

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    Watching this again for the 3rd or 4th time, and the more I watch the more I appreciate Rip's absolute genius at this stuff.

    As Dr. Racculia put it, it is "watching a master of human movement at work"

    Thank you again to Rip and SS organization for making this happen. The SVC community is very grateful.

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    Good job writing down all the sections. I find it amazing that all this content is put up on here; the only problem I have with the video is that it keeps stopping and starting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrTambourineMan View Post
    the only problem I have with the video is that it keeps stopping and starting.
    That has to do with your end, not the video. Changing your settings can help.

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    Rip, how did you feel when that guy persisted in idea of "corrective excercises" would fix issues with movements?

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    I was impressed by his pigheadedness.

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