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    Plyometrics Frequency

    Dependent on intensity?
    or
    Dependent on weight training schedule?

    Mon-Thurs
    or is Mon-Wed-Fri ok (Monday light-Wed Medium-Friday Light)

    Monday Light/Thursday SUper INtense?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpeedKillsMe View Post
    Dependent on intensity?
    or
    Dependent on weight training schedule?

    Mon-Thurs
    or is Mon-Wed-Fri ok (Monday light-Wed Medium-Friday Light)

    Monday Light/Thursday SUper INtense?
    Why one day as a killer?

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    ? I have a high pain tolerance but ive overtrained too many times....
    Should i "kill it" 2 days and go easy on the middle day

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpeedKillsMe View Post
    ? I have a high pain tolerance but ive overtrained too many times....
    Should i "kill it" 2 days and go easy on the middle day
    Why kill it ever?? What does a high pain tolerance have to do with performance?

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    I mean maximum intensity, lactate threshold max.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpeedKillsMe View Post
    I mean maximum intensity, lactate threshold max.
    Lactic threshold max with plyos? Now you've lost me totally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie Francis View Post
    Why kill it ever?? What does a high pain tolerance have to do with performance?
    We had a TV crew at practice one day when there was massive rain. I told them we usually don't practice when the weather is that terrible because we almost never get anything useful done.

    The cameraman said "Yeah, but it makes you tough."

    I said "Yeah, but we're not trying to be tough. We are just trying to be fast, which is hard enough."

    He said "Oh."

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSO View Post
    We had a TV crew at practice one day when there was massive rain. I told them we usually don't practice when the weather is that terrible because we almost never get anything useful done.

    The cameraman said "Yeah, but it makes you tough."

    I said "Yeah, but we're not trying to be tough. We are just trying to be fast, which is hard enough."

    He said "Oh."
    Love it. Great story!

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    Practicing when you're tired makes about as much sense as trying to learn how to play chess when you're drunk.

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