How does people build strength to go on to lift 500 KG?

Question: How does people build strength to go on to lift 500 KG and how do I incorporate the practices to build my strength?

 
Answer: There are two ways to gain strength: (a) by improving neural coordination (increasing neural coordination in the movement from more efficient motor-unit recruitment by way of the central nervous system) and (b) by increasing cross-sectional muscle fiber areas.
This essentially means 50% of the ways to become stronger are via gaining muscle mass. Muscle, not fat, moves weight. Curling a fork/Spoon involves less Muscle/ motor units, whereas curling the dumbbell recruits more Muscle/motor units.
To get big and strong, you need to keep big compound movements at the core of your program. SQUATS, DEADLIFTS and BENCHPRESS are considered strength building exercises. People don’t accidentally lift 500 Kg dead weight. You deliberately plan your reps and sets to get there. Doing the same movements habitually means becoming increasingly proficient at that movement. First test your 1 Rep Max weight, Lift 85% of the weight and you should typically produce 1-4 reps. Do 3 sets with rest interval of 3-5 Minutes between sets and progressively over load every other week. You will quickly adapt (Neural adaption) to increasing weight and will eventually build strength.

Do You know? U can modify certain aspects of your nervous system function to improve strength. improved strength output, better mental concentration, greater training intensity, pain management, and glandular secretions. All of these areas can be modified to at least a measurable degree bro.
There are two ways to gain strength: (a) by improving neural coordination (increasing neural coordination in the movement from more efficient motor-unit recruitment by way of the central nervous system) and (b) by increasing cross-sectional muscle fiber areas.
This essentially means 50% of the ways to become stronger are via gaining muscle mass. Muscle, not fat, moves weight. Curling a fork/Spoon involves less Muscle/ motor units, whereas curling the dumbbell recruits more Muscle/motor units.
To get big and strong, you need to keep big compound movements at the core of your program. SQUATS, DEADLIFTS and BENCHPRESS are considered strength building exercises. People don’t accidentally lift 500 Kg dead weight. You deliberately plan your reps and sets to get there. Doing the same movements habitually means becoming increasingly proficient at that movement. First test your 1 Rep Max weight, Lift 85% of the weight and you should typically produce 1-4 reps. Do 3 sets with rest interval of 3-5 Minutes between sets and progressively over load every other week. You will quickly adapt (Neural adaption) to increasing weight and will eventually build strength.

Do You know? U can modify certain aspects of your nervous system function to improve strength. improved strength output, better mental concentration, greater training intensity, pain management, and glandular secretions. All of these areas can be modified to at least a measurable degree bro.

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