Eccentric weight training is a specialized fitness training technique that falls outside what might be considered a “normal” training program. While it can cause injury if used unwisely, experienced trainers know how to use it to effectively help advanced clients ramp up their weight training efforts in preparation for athletic events.
When contemplating an eccentric weight training program, one should always consider where your clients stand now and what their goals are. Due to the risk of injury if improper techniques are used, you should always insist that clients who wish to use advanced weight training techniques let you know so you can spot for them.
Eccentric weight training should be used carefully using techniques that best match the fitness level of your clients for best results. When done correctly, these methods can help bodybuilders increase their strength and mass more rapidly with less risk of injury.
With six levels of difficulty that take your clients’ fitness levels into account, eccentric resistance training (◄ read the full article here) can become a useful tool for helping your clients ramp up their strength training in a safe manner.
Advanced training techniques like this one work best as a portion of an ultimate athlete training program that carefully considers the clients’ needs and goals. Eccentric weight training may become one of several advanced techniques that you add to your personal tips for coaching advanced clients who are interested in enhancing their weight training efforts.