Strength training thresholds help answer the questions: How many sets? How many reps? How hard should you push yourself for best results if you want to gain strength? You can imitate strength training routines that others do. You can also sift through monstrous amounts of weight training information only to be left with endless training options. The real answer to these questions can be found by understanding your own work out performance. Strength training thresholds provide a means for evaluating your work out performance and give you a physiological basis for helping you to identify how much to train, how heavy to train, and how hard to train. When you understand how to train according to strength training thresholds, it takes the guess work out of training and allows you to work out with strength specific precision.
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Mark's books stem from his background as a physical education instructor, a fitness instructor, a classroom teacher in Christian education, and a degree in Biblical Theology. It is his desire to encourage people in their physical and spiritual development through his books and writing. In addition to his books, his writing can be found on his blogs including: www.precisionpointtraining.com, www.spiritbodysong.com sports and fitness parables.com highfrequencytrainingmst.com.