Home Body Building Programming the Squat for Olympic Weightlifting Body Building Programming the Squat for Olympic Weightlifting By admin - October 9, 2019 487 76 Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp $1 Programs: Patreon.com/zacktelander Instagram: Coach_ZT In this video I explain the factors you need to consider when programming the squat for the Olympic Lifts1 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Body Building Weightlifting – Web Redemption – Tosh.0 Body Building 35 Min Strength Training Workout: Weight Training Full Body Dumbbell Workout at Home for Women & Men Body Building BODYBUILDING & BOLLOCKS Ep.37 | Fouad Abiad & Ben Chow 76 COMMENTS Those intros get me each time. Reply "Only a sith deals in absolutes" lmao didn't see that coming Reply Clarence! Reply Hey Zack what’s Gucci Reply What about intuitive training? How can you possibly program SRA when the amount of factors that go into the stimulus and recovery are so huge, dependent on each other and can vary widely depending on how the day was? RPE is a poor substitute too. Some days you move slow but can handle lots of volume, other days you are fast and should be working with higher intensities. Reply I love how you use Clarence for Experienced and Inexperienced Reply I'm just waiting to learn how to program entirely via memes. For real though, that outro was a great reminder of how to approach this stuff. Reply I just realized how asian clarence actually looks Reply squatting almost everyday is out the window for wieghtlifting but 3-4 days is good? Is it because just doing oly lifts will help develop that strenght in your legs ? not just squatting everyday. Hope everyone drop their opinion down below to have an idea of how other people feel about this. Reply 'Only a sith deals in absolutes' is an absolute statement though Reply Isn’t the statement that only a sith deals in absolutes, an absolute in itself lol Reply Editing was impressive here. Good work, I notice it Reply Zack might not be as elite as me, but this is the best squat advice I’ve heard Zack. This isn’t just coming from anyone, I am a legendary youth swim coach, with so many championship rings that I can’t turn doorhandles: so you can trust my opinion on squatting. Just the other night I was almost arrested on fake charges that my neighbor called in. I was told that unloading my firearm into a conjoining wall isn’t allowed; even though the US had just beaten England for the umpteenth time. Needless to say he hates America. Found out his nephew swims for my club team. Seems like I might need to accuse another swimmer’s family of extortion. Gonna enjoy the rest of my night with my 9th shot of fireball, and get ready to continue making history. Reply I really hope this channel blows up big one day, I've learned and improved a lot just from watching these videos. Reply Really good video!! Very informative!! Reply I’m no expert but Zack doesn’t it kinda make sense to both front and overhead squat more often then back squat since they are more direct to they’re competition lift counterpart? Reply That's cool and all, but I prefer just maxing out every day, like the Bulgarians, whom I basically am Reply falling down<3 Reply what the fuck is up my nigga glad to see you out here boolin wit dat high quality content keep it up Reply Well since I am an sith I’ll deal in my absolute, absolutely max out every day. If you’re not pretending to train like a Bulgarian you’re not a true American lifter Reply So smolov isnt a good idea? Reply "Powerlifter has entered the chat" lolol Reply The guy in the thumbnail looks like old school Doug Demuro Reply Well, that Star wars reference in the intro basically forced me to hit that like button. Reply Ohh yeah! love the knowledge here bro! learning alot from this! Reply Last part kinda hit me different ngl Reply Thoughts on Smolov squat program? Reply Powerlifter has entered the chat Reply It's james Hoffman! 0:48 Reply "Only a Sith deals in absolute"…Is an absolute Reply Thanks Reply Contra-indication. It looks like it has something to do with training but rather has something to do with indicating. I learned my lesson with that word from a friend making fun of me 🙁 Reply Bruh, it's James Hoffman, not Mike Hoffman Reply Awesome man Reply FHIVESS are an absolute Reply Thank you Zarcher Tarzan, very cool Reply 5:15 for a split second I thought my MSN was resurrected. Reply hey Zack on my channel I upload single lifts of elite lifters from major competitions so if you need to use short lifting videos for your channel and the related topic you cover go check what I have :-), just go on videos because on home page not all videos are displayed Reply I rather be a Sith Lord then a Jedi though. Reply Dang, Alex did a great edit on this one. Give that man a raise! Reply 3:15That is one of the reasons I am a lifter, it is akin to building an RPG character however you want, but it's YOUR OWN body.There are so many variables to play around with, resulting in ease of progress for those who venture beneath the regular workout plan. (aka – rotating exercises to achieve different stimuli – thus additional results) Reply Clarence NOT at peak strength?? THIS IS HERESY! Reply Really dissapointed with you having problems with Siths Reply 3:19 LOL Reply Love it Reply "Only Sith deal in absolutes" is an absolute statement… Reply Zack "my fingers are tender" Telander Reply $1/month is a beauty deal. I'm currently working with a PL coach but would like someday to return to weightlifting, hopefully this deal is still around! Reply Great video, 1 new patreon. Reply Things can only go down after reaching the soaring heights of a SpongeBob breath <3. Reply That intro was damn a-freaking-mazing. “And is their answer is anything besides “it depends” They’re doing you a disservice, because only a sith deals in absolutes” I immediately liked the video after that Reply do u guys know any youtubers similar to zack that deal with general strength/bodybuilding? it's kinda what i do and people like omar are a good middle ground i find. many i see nowadays are just vloggers who go through their exercises with quite a bit of broscience and milk the 10 minute video gains. i know there are some out there, i'm just tryna find them lol and honestly i watch so much oly lifting because it fascinates me. props to zack too cuz he somehow interests me on the specifics of something i literally do not even do LMAO Reply I’m looking for a written 4 day a week beginner/intermediate program for powerlifting. Y’all got any suggestions? Reply We squat the same, but I'm only 71 KG lmao Reply 2019 vids. Que the lofi Reply 2:27 detrenning? Reply whats the link to that video at 0:55? Reply Powerlifter has entered the comments Reply Unsubscribed. That wasn’t even Bulgarian bro. Reply you have nice voice, /like Reply Who's on your thumbnail? Reply i just do 531, take 90% of your one rep max and use that for the programming, 5x5x5 3x3x3 5x3x165% 70% 75%75% 80% 85%85% 90% 95% last set each squat day is as many reps as possible Reply I plan to juice does this still apply to me? Reply Great video man! Reply 02:10 the legend <3 Reply Low bar squat or bust, nerds. Reply 1:20 perfect technique for failing a set Reply Can you please do a video of how to calculate Percentages and 1 rep max…thanks Reply how would you tailor the program for non-olympic lifter? Squat is my favorite exercise and I squat just like Chinese olympic lifter(I'm Chinese myself lmao)-deep and explosive with a bounce at the bottom. But I found my squatting style might not really respond very well to typical power lifting program. At the same time, I am not training for clean and jerk and snatch either, so I do not have to worry about wasting training resources on that and can dedicate more towards things like squat, overhead press and deadlift. Will greatly appreciate your advice! Reply I'm so glad you cut the clip right before Obi-Wan drew his lightsaber because we would have been fucked Reply My squats are terrible. I can deadlift around 4x300lbs, power clean 155lbs, push press 150lbs, bench around 180 but only back squat 185ish. WHYYY Update as of Aug 2nd: did a heavy session and got a few PRs!Back squat: 95kg/210lbsFront squat: 80kg/ 175lbSuper pumped! Edit Aug 16th: BS= 102kg Reply Nice. Reply This video is great….and I mean that, your content and delivery are superb Reply Great videos. I already bought myTudor Bompa book. So 80% relative int. its like 1 rep with 80% of 1RM. Its not much, a good point of start. Reply Isn't "only a sith deals in absolutes" an absolute…? 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