I spent last weekend in Wroclaw, at the polish strength and conditioning associations annual conference, which dealt with the topic "Bridging the gap". The lineup of speakers was unbelieveable. Seldom (if ever) did I witness such an incredible amount of experience in one place. Olympic caliber coaches such as Rett Larson and Randy Huntington presented … PSTM 2018 Recap weiterlesen
I'm still pondering the idea that variation might be the single most important mechanism underlying all forms of periodization. Also, I've come to further move away from power lifting concepts every single day when it comes to training athletes. Truly, the only athlete that needs to high bar squat is probably an Olympic weightlifter. The … Thoughts on Strength and Conditioning: Same, but different weiterlesen
Today, I finished another 5/3/1 cylce. Tomorrow, I'll be on my way to Poland for a short vacation with my family. Good time for a deload week.The Program I've covered the basic idea of 5/3/1 as well as my tweaks in quite a couple of posts, so here I'll just present the weekly schedule:Monday: Power Snatch … 5/3/1 July 2012 weiterlesen
Alright, Chris and Elias came back from their tournaments (they just recently fought in Germany, then in Steinbrunn, Austria, and each of them scored medlas in both tournaments), so we went back to doing our saturday sessions again. Due to a high level of fatigue, we skipped circuit training this time and focused on really … All the crazy stuff… (conditioning 2011-05-21) weiterlesen
Yesterdays strength session. Both Chris and I passed one exercise each and failed on two. Enjoy.
I'll comment at the end of the week.Until then, it'll be video footage only.Enjoy.