If you want to know how to get as strong as possible as fast as possible without getting injured, burnt out, or overtrained, you want to listen to this podcast.

When you first start lifting weights, getting stronger is simple.

Show up, add weight to the bar, and hit your reps and sets, and go home.

As you inch your way toward your natural muscular potential, however, progress slows.

You’ll start missing or even losing reps, feeling burnt out and overtrained, adding little if any weight to your lifts for months.

Where to go from here?

There are a number of ways to keep progressing in your weightlifting workouts, but one of my favorite models is known as double progression.

It’s a simple method that anyone can put into use right away, and it’s one of the most effective ways to keep making progress after your newbie gains begin to evaporate.

So, in this podcast, you’re going to learn what double progression is, why it works, and how to do it right so you can get the needle moving again.


Let’s start at the top.

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