Auto-Regulation for Dummies
Auto-Regulation for Dummies

Here’s a concise guide on how to understand and implement auto-regulation into your training to maximise results.

The Rate of Perceived Exertion (RPE)
The Rate of Perceived Exertion (RPE)

Let’s start with why you should use an RPE scale as opposed to a percentage program. Even though percentage programs are easy to use…

My Simple and Effective Approach to Conjugate Training
My Simple and Effective Approach to Conjugate Training

There are definitely a few programs I have used with success in my lifting career and some that I will still recommend to lifters today, but conjugate is my favorite. It is the one I try to progress all my lifters to.

Peak Mental Performance Podcast — Auto-Regulation and How Personality Type Influences Training
Peak Mental Performance Podcast — Auto-Regulation and How Personality Ty...

Mike Tuchscherer has been known for years as a large proponent of individualized training. Our conversation covers some great topics and advice for both lifters and coaches. No matter what type of training method you use, there are some good principles that you can apply to your training.

WATCH: Sources of Pre-Workout Energy with Justin Harris
WATCH: Sources of Pre-Workout Energy with Justin Harris

Are all sources of pre-workout energy created equal? In this video, Dave and Justin discuss the best way to find motivation in the gym.

WATCH: Auto-Regulation vs Percentage-Based Programming for the Off-Season
WATCH: Auto-Regulation vs Percentage-Based Programming for the Off-Season

You can be certain that every great lifter you admire has mastered auto-regulation. If you want to be great, you’ll need to do the same.

WATCH: Dan Green and Dave Tate Discuss Powerlifting Training
WATCH: Dan Green and Dave Tate Discuss Powerlifting Training

From beginner to immediate to advanced, your methods must progress and become specific to your needs.

WATCH: Getting the Most Out of Rest-Pause and Isometric Training
WATCH: Getting the Most Out of Rest-Pause and Isometric Training

These two intensification methods are often used, but are you getting the most out of them?

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