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    Default The Mathematical Nature of Strength Training

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    by Mark Rippetoe

    Few things could be simpler: use a few exercises that work as much of the body at one time as possible, find out how strong you are now on these exercises, and next time you train, lift a little heavier weight. Just a little. Itís the same process you used to learn to read, to play the guitar, to get a suntan, and to finish your masterís thesis.

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    Default Spaced repetition?

    Hey coach, do you think that the concept of spaced repetition (Spaced repetition - Wikipedia) could be useful in making strength training more efficient? I know I've used this technique to learn new languages as well as a musical instrument. So, I was wondering if it would make sense to use these learning models in strength training.

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    by Mark Rippetoe

    Few things could be simpler: use a few exercises that work as much of the body at one time as possible, find out how strong you are now on these exercises, and next time you train, lift a little heavier weight. Just a little. Itís the same process you used to learn to read, to play the guitar, to get a suntan, and to finish your masterís thesis.

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