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    Re: GPP Video Speed Work Missing Chart

    Quote Originally Posted by RB34 View Post
    I have done hills 3x per week but I like other setups:

    Setup 1:

    Mon/Thur Hills
    Tue/Fri: Tempo
    Wed: GS
    RB34 what do you mean by the 'GS' is it general strength? If so, then the whole day would only be on GS alone?
    If it ain't broke, don't fix it.

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    Re: GPP Video Speed Work Missing Chart

    Quote Originally Posted by microman View Post
    RB34 what do you mean by the 'GS' is it general strength? If so, then the whole day would only be on GS alone?
    General strength circuits: Bw movements/cal

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    Re: GPP Video Speed Work Missing Chart

    Quote Originally Posted by RB34 View Post
    8-10: I would use mb tempo or games for this group. When they are able to complete 800-1000m of tempo move to next phase. Like I mention earlier speed work would be games/relays/sprint drills etc until they are strong enough to maintain positions.

    12-15: Goal would be 1200-1500m of tempo then move to next block. I would use 40-80m runs for tempo. You can start with short sprints 10-20m for 100-200tv if they are strong enough to maintain position.

    16: Goal would be 1600-2200m of tempo then move to next block. Tempo runs of 60-100m. Short sprints 10-30m for 100-250tv.

    General guidelines..
    RB34 I wonder if you could email me directly at higradeco@yahoo.com, need some more of your good advise. Tried sending your a PM but your inbox is full.

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    Re: GPP Video Speed Work Missing Chart

    Quote Originally Posted by RB34 View Post
    Probably won't happen but you can see the workout below:
    6x10 flat on ground
    6x10 push up pos
    6x20 high start
    1x4x20 efe
    1x50 high start
    I might be wrong, I think there is one set of 6x20 push up position after 6x10 push up pos,
    6x10 flat on ground
    6x10 push up pos
    6x20 push up pos
    6x20 high start
    1x4x20 efe
    1x50 high start (20m+m)

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