Post a video. Give us some information. You might not even need to be doing smolov. It’s a very tough program. You need to have good form, you need to have a good warm up and cool down routine, you also need to be eating and sleeping a lot. If you don’t have all of that right, it just raises your chances of getting injured.
But what are your numbers, how far a long are you, why are you doing smolov? If you can make gains doing other programs, you might want to just do that.[/quote]
I could improve my warm ups without a doubt, eating is good enough I would think but doing the nightshifts at the moment so sleep is between 6-8 hours a day.
I performed the first day of the whole program today, my max is 162.5 (360lbs) at BW 72kg (158). Knocked off 10% so working off a 145kg max.
Did 4x9 at 102.5kg today, weight felt fine it was just the feeling of one leg doing more than the other.