You Are Not Johnnie Jackson - Principle of Individual Differences
It is no secret that Johnnie Jackson gets a lot of comments on his explosive tempo and range of motion. Say no more...
Segue to the point of this description of him training back and having one of the most complete and freaky developed backs in history: the training principle of individual differences.
What does individual differences mean? The simplest definition is that we are all unique. Our past experiences (Johnnie began weight training at a very young age with his brother, has a military background and over 25 years training at the Original Metroflex Gym) our genetic composition, current physical condition, injuries etc. all play a role in our response to any training modality/exercise including tempo and range of motion.
Point being and as the title suggests, you're not Johnnie Jackson so most likely will not respond to his routine, exercise selection and execution how he does. If you have aspirations for anything more than being a recreational lifter you absolutely will have to be proactive in finding what works best for you. You can flatten this curve by working with qualified coaches and trainers.
This video was recorded a few days after Johnnie competed in the Chicago pro. He had his trade mark conditioning which was evident in his back, delts and traps giving his trademark freakiness. Check it all out. It is raw and rep for rep.
The Principle of Individual Differences is a principle that states that, because everyone is unique, each person experiences a different response to an exercise program. Some of these differences may be related to body size and shape, genetics, past experience, chronic conditions, injuries and gender.https://gaspofficial.com