Find us on Facebook
Find us on Google+
Find us on Twitter
Watch our channel
Newsletter Signup
Call 07779 088 435
Become Strong & Successful with Tom Hibbert

Winning Performance Articles

1 & Quarter Ladder

A simple adaptation on the 1 & Quarter Movement by adding an another quarter every rep. Which should look something like this:

6 Repetition Example Lee Quads

  • Rep 1: 1 x Full repetition & 1 x Quarter,
  • Rep 2: 1 x Full repetition & 2 x Quarters,
  • Rep 3: 1 x Full repetition & 3 x Quarters,
  • Rep 4: 1 x Full repetition & 4 x Quarters,
  • Rep 5: 1 x Full repetition & 5 x Quarters,
  • Rep 6: 1 x Full repetition & 6 x Quarters…Done!

A great way of overloading the weak part of the lift for you. If you are weak out of the hole in a squat, perform them in the disadvantageous position. If you are weak at the top of the squat, perform them in the advantageous position.

Be sure to set up safety’s in case of failure and apply total reps & time under tension based on the goal as it can be used for different strength qualities.