Yes! One more rep could hurt all your gains.
But people still love overload techniques
because they feel hard and burn a lot.
is crucial to building strength & muscle.
If applied incorrectly,
it can be counterproductive.
#1: Good quality reps beat bad quality reps
Rather than resting the right amount of time?
You find ways to do more reps and sets
Sure you have gone beyond failure.
But if you had rested for a minute extra instead?
They would have been your best quality reps.
It may feel like you are winning for extending to or past failure
All those junk reps are only killing your recovery.
#2: You’re using the advanced version
Advanced programs are hard to nail
Especially if you haven't even nailed the basics yet.
You need more simple programs
where your load & intensity increase
over the program.
Failure to follow the basics of progressive overload
are why your results have stalled for so long.
#3: You’re spending too much time just adding weight to the bar
This is one of the reasons why heaps of girls get stuck.
They try to get stronger by adding more load.
But they don’t get enough different types of stimulus.
One of the differences between SMP and other programs?
We have varied the stimulus in each program.
Sometimes, we change one or two variables like rest and number if sets
And that change in stimulus is what makes
the competitive athletes in SMP
better than everybody else.
They get an infinite amount of variations.
So they get results that last.
Is that what you want?
In SMP, you will:
→ receive high-level programming and specific coaching around training, nutrition & mindset.
→ be guided by a team of Elite Coaches, WBFF Pro Divas, Strength & Conditioning Athletes, & a World Champion.
→ learn how to achieve elite body composition and maintain it for the rest of your life.
SMP is only for the hardest worker in the room.
Love and light,
The SMP Coaching Team