Home Body Building 3 Tips To Increase Your Squat | Olympic Weightlifting Body Building 3 Tips To Increase Your Squat | Olympic Weightlifting By admin - August 11, 2020 251 95 Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Follow me on Instagram: Coach_Z $1 Weightlifting Programs: Patreon.com/zacktelander1 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Body Building BEST WEIGHT LIFTING SIMULATOR 5 CODES! (January 2021) Body Building Weightlifting Coaches React To 81KG 2019 World Champioships Body Building Bodybuilding Dumbbell ONLY Workout // New Home Tour 95 COMMENTS Big boi EU 10 Kylo diet pleasu Reply Please 1:50 Reply Outstanding video! How do you come up with your given RPE #? Is it subjective or calculated? Reply Umreo sam kad sam procitao: necu hardbas hahahh Reply Please make a video on how to choose a weight class, your weight class experience, height weight class averages etc. when to move up, how to go down and keep strength Reply Please make a video about weightclasses and how to gain weight. I'm currently just above a weightclass, but i don't wan't to lose weight, therefore i have to gain a lot. Reply Any tips to get a more explosive deadlift / clean ? I'm new to olympic lifting, but I really wanna try getting used to it. I'm also struggling going under the bar when catching it, both in CNJ and snatch. (Think I get nervous and power it instead.. commercial gyms don't like you dropping the weights.. so I make sure I don't have to.. even though it almost fucked up my shoulder once… ) Reply I rarely comment or like videos, but every time you put out content it's quality, interesting and very informative. Even though I don't practice weightlifting, I feel like the theory behind your explanations translates very well to "normal gym training".Thank you for that, keep up the good work! Reply What I don't understand is why should we use a quad dominant first pull. My interpretation is that no matter the pull, when the bar meets the knees the knees HAVE to stay back for the back to travel above midfoot, I also see everyone who uses quad dominant first pull raise their hips and push their knees back as soon as the bar leaves the floor, why not start it like a Deadlift to begin with? Also, is the tip about starting the bar a bit further than midfoot correct? (As it sets a more diagonal instead of vertical path which is preferable) Reply This is me letting you know that I want a video abt weight classes and ur weight gain/loss. Reply Spoiler alert – there are no hacks Reply That boy squat alot hu? Reply Yeah, I love RPE! Everyday is a max day as long as you feels good! lol Reply Hey Zack, what about Front Squat? Reply Damn Z! One of my favs! Loved the last tip Reply Stop it hahaha Reply thank you , this was very cool Reply Have you ever tried deca durabolin? I heard that works gangbusters. Reply Auto-regulation is getting much more exposure now – glad you were able to touch on this and explain its utility in an applied manner! Reply Intresting video. It correlates with that recent velocity based study. QUESTION: You start a new cycle with low rel. intensities around 80% and without any supportive gear. Then at some point the bar speed slows down because the bar is so heavy or life happened and you are not in your best performance. But you still try to hold on to your percentages, sets and reps and maintain that good bar speed by adding as little supportive gear as needed to do that. Any thoughts? Reply I just want to be able to catch a clean without falling forward Reply I realise now you have about the same weightlifting PRs as mat Fraser. I would love to see you two go head to head in a weightlifting comp that would be awesome because you’re so evenly matched Reply Hey Zack! Let's go to Klokov's 10 days training camp in Russia, Moscow at March 21th! Reply isnt it like a stair progression: stay in each weight till it feels easy then move to the next? Reply Zach, your channel is a gift. I recently turned 40 and getting back into training and I find the thinking and consideration you share from your efforts remind me of the thoughts that used to go on in my head some 15-20 years back. Only you posses a great deal more wisdom and perspective at your age and when you don't you have Dylan to keep you in check. Deeply appreciate your fantastic work my friend, long may it continue Reply …hold up…all of a sudden, serbian translation??!?! lol what? Reply Ribs down.. Chris Duffin mad scientist Reply Prejak si Reply This is all good, but how do I increase my power curls Reply Brother. Everytime during squat's I feel I get dizzy which kind of limits me of going heavyier. Do you know why that might be? I squat ass to grass. Don't know if that might have to do with it? Reply yes the cutting video pls. and what do you think about body recomposition (I'm a beginner, am trying to eat sensibly so I don't have to cut much, if at all, in the future) Reply tell me how to loose weight longboi!!! great content Reply I have one dreamZack as my coach Reply How do you build up to RPE X? When i Train i can only focus so much Reply 9:40 STAHP IT Reply When you say RPE 7, Im assuming youre referring to the 0-10 scale and not 6-19 scale right? Reply Hey does anyone know if it’s possible to become good at weightlifting if I have a history of either herniated disc or Periformis syndrome? Reply i'm interested in your weight loss please make vid Reply Whats your best front squat? Reply YES! Reply what about speed quality but for powerlifting Reply Do you live in North America? Reply I think this really shows how fundamental the laws are that govern adaptation in the gym. Thanks for the specific layout Zack, I’ll definitely give this a go over the summer when I don’t have programming Reply Definitely would like a video with your take on eating. Reply 8:06 & 9:49 this killed my progress on every compound lift Reply Great content as always, Mr.Telander Reply lots of WL use RPE Reply 8:18 I think you summed it up best here: it's about specificity. You need the PR to be at a speed that can be useful and transfer to the Snatch or the C&J. Reply Hate to keep “feeding the beast”, but Zack you have a natural ability to teach/coach. More impactful than the other, more “institutional” sites. Neutral spine from lower abs = pelvic floor engagement which drives gl;Ute engagement. Well done Reply As simple as your videos are sometimes, they still have insane information and production value Reply Serbian subs??? Pls explain <3 Reply Do weightloss vid pls Reply 3:25 lmao larry caught me off guard. Reply This is an awesome video! Keep the content coming bro! Reply You know ive struggled with my back squat I got the shits with trying to follow a program so ive just been squating in good form about 3 reps away from failer , pretty much what you have just told us what you have been doing , I even been using your que of keeping the rib cage down and not arching my upper back , started this methods during the xmas holidays and my progress has been the fastest it's ever been thank you so much , it's reassuring that I'm probably doing the right thing Reply Pls do a video on periodisation when loosing weight (pretty fast, so like 1kg a week) without losing strength. Im trying to cut a month from now but dont want to loose all my strength obviously Reply So basically you bulked Reply Brate moja su kola Who is Serbian here???? Reply Eion is a great example of your point for recent context. He mentioned he stopped back squatting because it was taking away from his primary lifts and didn’t serve to better them at this point; his legs are more than strong enough and there is no reason to feed the ego when it doesn’t translate to bettering the lifts that matter. Reply Wouldn’t an RPE 8 be “harder” than an RPE 7? Reply As a person with extremely long legs and a short torso I’m consistently amazed at your hip mobility and ankle flexion! I’m working on it but holy moly it’s difficult after 40! Reply 10 hours of sleep straight or breaking it along the day? Reply 00:59 Are you serbian? Reply What makes you stand out over anyone else giving advice on YT, is that you're real and you're not afraid to show it. You admit when you do something wrong and share it with us so we all learn. Much appreciation Reply Defo make the video of the cut and weight classes man Reply how tall is Zack? Reply The best part of this video is the music, jk but whats the name of it lol Reply Did you lose the 10kg on purpose then? Reply can you discuss the difference between RPE and relative intensity? they seem like the same thing except relative intensity seems to be more objective and therefore more useful. Reply saw a video the other day of lifters in the olympics back in the 40s, fucking split snatching, blew my mind Reply hey zack! can you do a critique on crossfit form? i see "the best" weightlifters of crossfit arching his back and not starting the clean from the squat position.thanks. Reply As the current trendy phrase goes… ''Szymon Kolecki has left the chat'' Reply Dat dere celltech Reply I have had good results with your ribs cue. It coordinates the hip position and balance very well throughout the movement. Thank you and cheers. Reply Sir can you please tell why Clarence Kennedy not posting anything ? Reply please explain rpe more Reply Yes pls on losing weight and how your lifts were affected Reply Interested Reply Hey Zack, in your first few videos, programming max strength you recommended using percentages for a 5 week cycle. Do you now recommend using RPE, instead of percentages? Thank you Reply Chest up is an awfull cue and a great way to identify a bad coach Reply You know what you should do, a 3 week block, for example the first week you do 4×10 reps the next 4×8 reps and the last week 5×5 and heavier weight, the rep range and weight is determined by percentages, so first week you would start with let say 65% of your max, next week 70-75% of your max and the last week 80-90 percent, yes it’s heavy shit but manageable. And after that week you repeat again, you add five pounds to the original 65% percent and and so on. I don’t think I’m explaining it right but hope you get what I’m saying Reply Love that your information is in kg…. Reply Is this your main job? Sleeping and training that much is intense. Reply Hi. Could you make a video about russian style training "waves of strength"? Reply So the “chest up” is bs? I’m try it to o get into lifting but I feel like CrossFit is causing a lot of grey areas . Reply Isnt the “cheeto back” just a smack?Are you implying that their squat are not correct? Reply Thanks Zach for NOT Cursing… I USE YOUR Videos on training and I have my students watch your OUTSTANDing Training and Concepts for Weightlifting… I cannot send the students videos with cursing… Thanks again Coach Robertson Reply Hey Zack, thanks for all the great content man, really appreciate it. As someone who has been self-critiquing/thinking/working on my torso angle a lot, I have a question: at 0:50 you show some nice numbers in your squat but it doesn't look vertical like what you talk about at 2:30 something. Is that as vert as someone with long femurs can expect to get in the back squat? and is there an angle number thrown around for appropriate differences in the front and back squat? thanks in advance for any help. Reply How tall are you, Telander? Reply Thanks for useful information Reply sets of 3 of 6 reps til speed reduces then down to 3 quick reps current which is workable at this time lol Reply Wait zach speaks serbian ? Reply Love from India Reply I love how this video is littered with memes Reply Train like a beast, eat like a King and sleep like a baby Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! 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