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    Re: Coach Ange's blog

    Angie,

    How would you model the intensity of a block start compared to an individual fast sprint, perhaps 95%, over say 40m. I aim for something like 200m of hi intensity work based around say...
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    Re: Coach Ange's blog

    How true.

    So much training information is based on the practices of elite athlete models or plans for get fit(er) recreational sportspeople. If you are average or old you will often need to find...
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    Re: RB34 Training Journal

    Bitcoin has few favourable economic or business fundamentals or practical uses. 97% of money is already digital, who uses cash now.
    Are there any defined charting models that could allow prediction...
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    Re: RB34 Training Journal

    @balance
    My recollection of most military body weight circuits is they seem biased towards the selection exercises. A lot of push ups pull ups and sit ups. For obvious reasons.
    But lack...
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    Re: Question Regarding Tempo Work

    Reduce number of reps in each set to say 3. I find volume per set is the most tiring aspect.

    Maintain quality of movement, ie don't do a shuffle/jog. Go from say 3 sets of 3x100 to 4x3x100, then...
  6. Thread: Easy strength

    by Oldbloke
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    Re: Easy strength

    By the way, I once saw a video of DJ doing some kind of dynamic strength work (kettlebell ?). Sure he is very strong but he just looked like an overweight neanderthal trying to learn aerobics steps....
  7. Thread: Easy strength

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    Re: Easy strength

    The original Dan John paper describes a protocol of using the same lifts for 5 consecutive days per week for 8 weeks. Leading to gains in those lifts of between about 10% and 14%.
    If you do...
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    Re: Standards to Compete

    Limiting entry to top 4 in the country makes sense if you are going to have thresholds. Better than trying to administer time standards for entry.
    But :
    I would still go for early stage qualifying...
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    Re: Standards to Compete

    I checked out the competitors in the 2018 world champs before my first post. A spot check on mens 100 and 200s shows heats, semis and final up to about M60. 3 rounds is not unreasonable. For 1500m it...
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    Re: Standards to Compete

    The rest of the article is complete garbage - establishment and centralised control. Insane for a non professional environment.

    In my experience of Masters only events (at regional level) is you...
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    Re: Master Sprint Times

    For those interested in studies here is an interesting site.
    https://www.tylervigen.com/spurious-correlations
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    Re: Master Sprint Times

    I agree this is great progress.
    My point was related to middle aged burnout/injury. Clearly anyone hitting world lead times has improved, or at least not declined much.
    But a high performing...
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    Re: Master Sprint Times

    Damien Leake trains 3-4 times per week on the track, 3-4 times in the gym. Some are double sessions. He clearly is not taking his age as an excuse to cut down.
    He appears to take 2 months (?) of non...
  14. Thread: All Gas

    by Oldbloke
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    Re: All Gas

    Young and talented - well that counts me out.
    Good point on the tempo volumes. Plenty of athletes like circuits for the general all round fitness and for reducing impact stresses from running...
  15. Thread: All Gas

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    Re: All Gas

    Thanks for all these workouts. Some interesting ideas here.

    Not sure about the BB workout though. Seems like a crazy variety and number of exercises, looks like 17 different ones on each of day 1...
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    Re: World speed summit 5 Tony Holler

    As a principle I am cautious with transferring methods from school athletes - except to other school runners. Junior age groups are more likely affected by genetics, early age physical development...
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    Re: materials needed to create training program

    No, I also get a pixelated display. It used to work.
    My GPP version is dated 2009 as the date when I downloaded it.
    My Pc and its software (eg windows version) has obviously had multiple updates...
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    Re: materials needed to create training program

    No product of any age will run on any computer.
    It depends on the age of the product, whether it has been updated to stay in synch with the latest software, and whether there is a refresh process...
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    Re: Chris6878's journal.

    This trial would be really interesting.
    I agree with your research on the studies of the benefits of fasting in general - reduced inflammation, more HGH, lower blood pressure etc are all frequently...
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    Re: Tony Holler World speed summit day 2

    The other guy on day 1 for no warmups was Henk K from Netherlands.

    Planning to prove bodyweight exercises were as good as weights. Study was based on 1 of his athletes. Might even have a grain of...
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    Re: Do you need SE for speed development

    My take on this: A mapping of training methods to relative levels of benefits.

    Level 1 Training : Essential for all sprinters. Very high correlation between these methods and sprinting success. At...
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    Re: My Masters Training

    Sub 50 as a Master and a world title so you are doing something right - congrats.

    I understand your rationale behind over speed for yourself, is this just using a gentle downward hill ? The...
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    Re: Wickets/Mini Hurdles

    When I was 14 I thought MP was juvenile, aged 40 I thought it was funny. Figure that one out.

    The drill triggered an MP moment when I realised the athlete was holding the bar across her shoulders,...
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    Re: Wickets/Mini Hurdles

    On the subject of pointless drills
    https://twitter.com/i/status/1058089334060941312

    This is probably more useful
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=122jTAEsEOk
  25. Thread: Rip

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    Re: Rip

    Important difference between a genetic disease and a heriditary disposition towards a risk factor like high blood pressure. The possibilities of lifesyle precautions vary according to the specifics....
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