Great “Old School” Strength Advice

Here is some classic old school strength advice that I stumbled upon.

I don’t remember where I first saw these?!

I think it was an article with Jim Wendler or Dave Tate.

But anyway, it doesn’t matter its some excellent and simple training recommendations that would be a great start for any lifter.

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It’s an old article from probably the 70s or 80s called Winning Concepts by Dixie Jones.

Check them out and let me know what you think!

Winning Concepts Part 1

Winning Concepts Part 2

I urge you to think about the basic principles of your training and/or those of your athletes if you coach. Do they conform with Dixie’s winning concepts?

It is of great importance that you develop your philosophy of training especially if you are coaching others. It doesn’t matter how “old school” the advice is either. There is some great nuggets of information out there from old school lifters.

Old doesn’t mean obsolete, some of this stuff really has stood the test of time and there’s a reason for it!

Stay Strong!

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