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Training Legs: Exercise Variation & Execution Cues | ETP#16

April 20, 2021 Aaron Straker | Bryan Boorstein
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Training Legs: Exercise Variation & Execution Cues | ETP#16
Chapters
0:00
Life Updates: Bryan & Aaron
6:23
Variation only for the sake of variation?
13:54
Recovery Ability for Full Body Training
17:13
Is Less Movement Selection Better?
19:05
Working Muscles Through Different Angles
23:41
Bryan's 12 Day Microcycle Setup
26:40
Glute or Quad Focused Lunges
32:10
Split Squats Balanced vs. Supported
35:35
Glute vs. Ham Dominance in Hip Hinge
42:40
Cable Lateral Raise Performance Cue
44:40
Alcohol: Training / Body Comp Perspective
Eat Train Prosper
Training Legs: Exercise Variation & Execution Cues | ETP#16
Apr 20, 2021
Aaron Straker | Bryan Boorstein

This week it's Bryan and Aaron going back and forth on Aaron's proposed daily leg training, reducing exercise variation to personal favorites for the purpose of increasing stimulus to the desired musculature. Bryan provides insight on common pitfalls and what is possibly the most realistic way to design full body hypertrophy programs. The conversation pivots into exercise execution specifically for Romanian Deadlifts (RDLs) biasing glutes vs hamstring and Bulgarian Split Squats biasing quadriceps vs. glutes and helpful cues to dial in your desired bias further. We wrap up with answering an Instagram question about our takes on drinking alcohol strictly from a training and body composition perspective. Thanks for listening!

Nutrition Coaching with Aaron ⬇️
https://strakernutritionco.com/metabolic-performance-protocol
Instagram: @aaron_straker

Follow Bryan's Gym Programming ⬇️
https://evolvedtrainingsystems.com
Instagram: @bryanboorstein

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Show Notes Chapter Markers

This week it's Bryan and Aaron going back and forth on Aaron's proposed daily leg training, reducing exercise variation to personal favorites for the purpose of increasing stimulus to the desired musculature. Bryan provides insight on common pitfalls and what is possibly the most realistic way to design full body hypertrophy programs. The conversation pivots into exercise execution specifically for Romanian Deadlifts (RDLs) biasing glutes vs hamstring and Bulgarian Split Squats biasing quadriceps vs. glutes and helpful cues to dial in your desired bias further. We wrap up with answering an Instagram question about our takes on drinking alcohol strictly from a training and body composition perspective. Thanks for listening!

Nutrition Coaching with Aaron ⬇️
https://strakernutritionco.com/metabolic-performance-protocol
Instagram: @aaron_straker

Follow Bryan's Gym Programming ⬇️
https://evolvedtrainingsystems.com
Instagram: @bryanboorstein

Eat Train Prosper Socials ⬇️
Instagram: @Eat.Train.Prosper
YouTube: EAT TRAIN PROSPER PODCAST

Life Updates: Bryan & Aaron
Variation only for the sake of variation?
Recovery Ability for Full Body Training
Is Less Movement Selection Better?
Working Muscles Through Different Angles
Bryan's 12 Day Microcycle Setup
Glute or Quad Focused Lunges
Split Squats Balanced vs. Supported
Glute vs. Ham Dominance in Hip Hinge
Cable Lateral Raise Performance Cue
Alcohol: Training / Body Comp Perspective