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To All Our Athletes

Posted by The Coach on December 28th, 2009

When we come back on the 4th January 2010, we’ll be commencing another strength bias cycle.

Why? Because we believe that all our athletes can benefit from becoming stronger. What we ask of you is that you come prepared to lift heavy, give it your all and RECORD YOUR PROGRESS!

Recording your progress is vital! We will incrementally be increasing most people’s loads on a session by session basis. In order for us to do this you must record your lifts. We want everyone to become fitter and that includes becoming stronger! If you’re lifting the same loads week in, week out, you will not become stronger. That will piss you and us off!

All of our athletes should have a Cell Performance Log. If you haven’t got one, pick one up next time you’re in and USE IT!! Hey, we’ll even discount them for January!! $9.95 each. No excuses, get one!! Email Jason now to order yours!!

It is your responsibility to record your progress. No one else will do it for you. Take some responsibility for your development. Training is so much more than turning up and going through the motions. Get committed, get strong and smash your goals!!! If you haven’t got any training goals. Get some and if you are confused  as where to start, ASK US!! We’ll be releasing The Cell’s Real Fitness Standards soon. They will provide numerous goals for you to focus on and will link with The Cell’s Real Fitness Grading System that will also be released soon!

Here’s some wisdom from Mark Rippetoe on why we use incremental increases and basic barbell movements in our strength bias program.

Incremental Increases PDF

“Without an appreciation for the importance of continued, sustainable incremental increases in training loads, there is no appreciation for the most fundamental form of programming.”


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3 Responses to “To All Our Athletes”

  1. gus said

    we’ll be doing another strength bias. why? because lifting heavy sh*t is awesome!

    in fact i’m gonna go do some squats and deadlifts right now to celebrate

  2. Jason said

    Damn straight Gusman! Who doesn’t want to be as strong as an ox and throw around some heavy shit!!

    “Stronger people are harder to kill”
    Mark Rippetoe
    http://www.startingstrength.com

    JD

  3. Adam Piller said

    strength is a good bias to have!!

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