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    Re: RB34 Training Journal

    I'd be very careful with sleds or other acceleration work, as this causes the greatest stretch and thus strain on the plantar fascia due to the combination of ankle dorsiflexion and toe extension...
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    Re: RB34 Training Journal

    I had pulled my right hamstring in training and did too much plyometric work and stair runs on concrete while recovering from this injury for my left foot to handle.

    Pain was worse in the morning...
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    Re: RB34 Training Journal

    As described in my message above: Stretching with the help of the sock and the stretch I described and intrinsic foot strengthening. Thatís how I got rid of it three years ago (after months of not...
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    Re: RB34 Training Journal

    Itís unlikely that plantar fasciitis will heal to the point that you can sprint again without therapy. I found a Strasburg sock to be quite helpful. I also did gentle stretching of the fascia on a...
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    Re: RB34 Training Journal

    What treatment/rehab work are you doing for your plantar fasciitis?
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    Re: Chris6878's journal.

    Have you tried the fast? If yes, how did it go?
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    Re: Chris6878's journal.

    Mine? I’m not training for powerlifting. Last time I did was in 2012. I’m focussing on LJ and a bit of TJ now. Aim is to break the M35 Queensland (state) records before turning 40 in June. I...
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    Re: Chris6878's journal.

    Yes, bone broth would be a good option for a fast. Make sure you stay active and exercise while fasting, as you may otherwise lose some muscle rather than just fat. I would also suggest a high dose...
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    Re: Chris6878's journal.

    Yes, the anti-inflammatory effect of the fast is largely due to the caloric deficit, although the high amount of Omega 3 and low amount of Omega 6 fatty acids may have also helped. The purpose of the...
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    Re: Chris6878's journal.

    This was three weeks ago. The tendon pain has not come back since then, and my training results are better than before the fast. I’d love to hear from anyone who tries this, as I’m trying to convince...
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    Re: Chris6878's journal.

    It’s also important to continue exercising while you’re fasting, as this will protect your muscles from being digested as fuel. I actually did five days of fasting followed by one day of normal...
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    Re: Chris6878's journal.

    Inflammation is not necessary for survival, so it gets shut down when you’re in a severe caloric deficit. That’s one of the reasons why fasting is so beneficial for so many chronic conditions, most...
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    Re: Chris6878's journal.

    Iíve been having achilles and other tendinopathies on and off for the last 10 years. I recently found out by accident that a four day fast (only consuming 200-300 calories per day consisting of fat...
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    Re: Do you need SE for speed development

    Interesting. Will Claye’s 200m indoor PB is 21.77, which would probably be a low 21 outdoors, but he has only run 200m a couple of times. He’s run the 100m regularly and his PB here is 10.64, which...
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    Re: Do you need SE for speed development

    Also, quite a few of the very best horizontal jumpers have run world class 200m (Carl Lewis, Mike Conley, Larry Myricks) or even 400m times (Christian Taylor).
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    Re: Do you need SE for speed development

    Thanks for your comments. I think I will work up to including a couple of 120s in my training once a week.

    With regards to strength training, I’m not saying that I want to max out in the gym when...
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    Do you need SE for speed development

    Hi there!

    Does anyone have any insights or experience regarding the question as to whether SE work is required to develop maxV? I'm currently only interested in LJ and 60m, so don't really need SE...
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    Re: My Masters Training

    Interesting. So you are doing flying sprints down-hill? How many and over what distance? Also, how did you measure the slope of the hill?
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    Re: My Masters Training

    I was also surprised about the amount of overspeed in this program and that A-J was able to survive two overspeed sessions per week with only one day of rest in between.

    However, replacing...
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    Re: RB34 Training Journal

    Why not buy second hand? When I first moved into my current house 8 years ago, one of the first pieces of ‘furniture’ I acquired was a second hand gym: squat and bench rack, bench, Olympic barbell,...
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    Re: Roosters training

    Is the tendon sore to touch? If yes, the problem probably lies in the tendon. How is your diet? Are you getting enough calories and enough protein? Are you taking gelatin with Vitamin C before...
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    Re: Roosters training

    Ok. Sounds like you've been doing everything right then. I'm surprised that it didn't fix the problem. That's assuming, of course, that the problem was actually in the achilles tendon in the first...
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    Re: Roosters training

    How fast are you moving up and down when doing the calf raises?
  24. Thread: 2018 races

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    Re: 2018 races

    It's more than just an off year. I was referring mainly to men, but the women are not doing too well either compared to previous years. The men's times have been declining steadily since 2012 and the...
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    Re: 2018 races

    Yes, and Jamaican sprinting is dead. One man marginally under 10 and no one under 20 this year.
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