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    eltriplesix is offline Senior Member
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    Default Could some one help me with these articles...

    Why You Should Keep PTP and RKC Training Separate: A Strength Training and Powerlifting article from Dragon Door Publications -Why You Should Keep PTP and RKC Training Separate


    http://www.dragondoor.com/articler/mode3/412/- How to Add a Minimalistic Conditioning Routine to Power to the People!

    These 2 articles contradict each other , don't they? Can anyone explain which is right or if there is something I'm missing.

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    SSGGLASS is offline Senior Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by eltriplesix View Post
    Why You Should Keep PTP and RKC Training Separate: A Strength Training and Powerlifting article from Dragon Door Publications -Why You Should Keep PTP and RKC Training Separate


    How to Add a Minimalistic Conditioning Routine to <i>Power to the People!</i>: A Strength Training and Powerlifting article from Dragon Door Publications- How to Add a Minimalistic Conditioning Routine to Power to the People!

    These 2 articles contradict each other , don't they? Can anyone explain which is right or if there is something I'm missing.
    I think your looking to far in to this. A rule or law is something like "don't murder people"

    Don'T mix PttP and RKC is a suggestion, or an opinion.

    Both Articles are valid approaches, and only two of a wide spectrum of options you can take. Pick something-DO IT for 6 months, get experience about yourself and your limits, and than you can decide what is best FOR YOU.
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    briangoldstein is offline Junior Member
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    one further point --- they aren't contradictory.

    The entire point of both articles is
    "When doing PTP, it's not a good idea to do nearly as many swings/snatches as you would do normally"

    As Adam pointed out, its only two ways of thinking about it.

    FWIW, I think the second article is a GREAT way to go, and have prescribed it successfully to at least 4 people now, with forum typical results (i.e. astounding).

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