In today’s show, the human strength expert Kyle Newell shares the principles he learned in strength training and how he developed them. Tune in and learn how you can apply them as well!
Here are the show highlights of How I Came Up With the Newell Strength Training Principles:
- Big beyond belief (00:59)
- When stress is applied to the body (2:14)
- Ranking different types of exercise (2:48)
- Kyle’s bodybuilding background (3:41)
- Scott Abel as greatest influence (6:13)
- The value of having a great coach (7:26)
- Full range of emotion (11:46)
- Peripheral hard action (12:44)
- Progressive overload (14:02)
- Mind stimulation (15:20)
Big Beyond Belief
Leo Costa and Tom Platz’s Big Beyond Belief inspired Kyle early in life. He wanted to grow muscles and be stronger. He wanted to boost his confidence and attract people.
Kyle read the book in just two days, and reread it a couple times over. It taught him about full body training and the body system.
Ranking Different Types of Exercise
Kyle also learned about ranking different types of exercise. According to Leo and Tom, the highest type of exercise allows the body to move through space.
An example is the idea of pull up vs pull down. Pulling up ranks higher. It also stimulates the brain more.
Background in Bodybuilding
Full body training was life changing for Kyle. With it, he had shorter workouts and was able to train more frequently.
He understood the body’s system even while in college, and continued to put on muscles and strength. After graduation, he worked for a football strengthening program. Kyle is very much interested in his field.
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