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Thread: Should med ball and running be seperate?

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    I agree; take advantage of other available options, before going down that road.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Herb View Post
    NumberTwo, do you have a chart (similar to the motor recruitment chart) for intensity where all the typical training elements are listed? i.e., tempo and core-work at one end, and "elite-performance-top-end sprints" and Olympic Lifts at the other. Might help clear up some of the confusion about when the full 48 hours of recovery is necessary due to CNS fatigue/taxation and when and where to place/plot the different training elements in a single session. I know the information is talked about in the GPP DVD regarding a spit routine for weights early on in the GPP.
    There are 2 sheets that came with Vancouver 04 and with other materials such as the Elite Concepts ebook which cover a fair bit of that. One is titled Effective Adaptation Periods, per training block and the other is High Intensity Training for Sports

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    Quote Originally Posted by John View Post
    There are 2 sheets that came with Vancouver 04 and with other materials such as the Elite Concepts ebook which cover a fair bit of that. One is titled Effective Adaptation Periods, per training block and the other is High Intensity Training for Sports
    I was at the Vancouver seminar and I have the Elite Training e-book (helped edit a younger version of it). I'm thinking one page chart form with all the information implied in it though. CNS Work Rankings Chart if you will.

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