Some guys say that they train “balls to the wall” , or accuse others of NOT training “balls to the wall” as a reason for their lack of results.
What I don’t understand is that those same posters, and even some authors, later go on to say that they don’t recommend training to failure (or at least they recommend avoiding it for the most part).
So, can someone please tell me how one is expected to train “balls to the wall” and yet avoid failure?
It seems to me that unless you are training to failure you still have something left in you that you’re holding back on. That doesn’t sound like “balls to the wall” to me.
Sure, this is a petty topic and if it weren’t for the fact that so many people keep saying it, I probably would have completely ignored it, but its to a point where I have to understand what these people are talking about.