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    Quote Originally Posted by lr1400 View Post
    Dlive11, ehart7,

    For those of us who cannot train with you guys in person can you discuss a little how you setup your microcycle strength training wise?

    Do you do a push-pull like:

    Day 1 Squat

    Day2 Clean

    Day3 front squat or other leg exercise

    Many here are interested in the sport and look forward tonyour responses.
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    lacrossetrack,

    How have you setup your training?

    I found an old thread where NumberTwo was discussing how he setup training for bob and he said most everything was accel (often not further than 30-40m), little in the way of flying 20's, etc. Tempo was kept to 800-1000m PER session.

    Maybe he can comment further as well.

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    I posted my training format in this thread, I haven't started training because I am recovering from surgery - hence why I need 6-8 weeks of 8-10reps. My training will be geared towards a 60m specialist vs only doing short sprints. Tempo volume will range from 600-1300m - distances 100-200m.

    Quote Originally Posted by lr1400 View Post
    lacrossetrack,

    How have you setup your training?

    I found an old thread where NumberTwo was discussing how he setup training for bob and he said most everything was accel (often not further than 30-40m), little in the way of flying 20's, etc. Tempo was kept to 800-1000m PER session.

    Maybe he can comment further as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lacrossetrack View Post
    I posted my training format in this thread, I haven't started training because I am recovering from surgery - hence why I need 6-8 weeks of 8-10reps. My training will be geared towards a 60m specialist vs only doing short sprints. Tempo volume will range from 600-1300m - distances 100-200m.

    Aight. Good luck.

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    Thank you. What do you have plan?

    Quote Originally Posted by lr1400 View Post
    Aight. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lacrossetrack View Post
    Thank you. What do you have plan?
    Experiment with Number2's format for fun. Stone style weights. See how it all works.

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    Could you explain Stone style weights?

    Quote Originally Posted by lr1400 View Post
    Experiment with Number2's format for fun. Stone style weights. See how it all works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RB34 View Post
    Could you explain Stone style weights?
    3x10, 3x5, 3x3 things like that.

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    That's what I thought, I was curious why everyone was calling it Stone's weight program etc..

    Quote Originally Posted by lr1400 View Post
    3x10, 3x5, 3x3 things like that.

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    Sounds good.

    Quote Originally Posted by dlive11 View Post
    Just as Pioneer has mentioned, I would highly recommend performing derivatives of Oly's... meaning clean pulls, mid thighs, shrugs from bent knee (120 degrees) position. There is much evidence that one can increase abilities in full Oly lifts when performing a majority of various pulls during training year.

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