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    speaker is offline Senior Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry Ross View Post
    Speaker! Hello fine sir!

    Even into creaking, advanced age, training is going well--better than ever.

    Very simple now: chin-ups and press-ups convict conditioning style, added to deadlifts. I play with dumbbells and hand-balancing (still terrible) and some "toys" in the garage for fun. And that's all my body needs.

    How are your training efforts going?
    amazing you say that. I am doing almost identical minus the hand-balancing. Mixing in dumbbells, ala Istavan Javorek, along with monster mobility. Great minds think...

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    Is it possible that this is an actual trainee's filled-out log book that has been kept for a couple of years?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevie D View Post
    Is it possible that this is an actual trainee's filled-out log book that has been kept for a couple of years?
    Good call, Stevie. That's what I'm expecting. Too many think they're paying for a "Barbie and Ken" item

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    Default The Content of CC3

    If you go back to post #3 and look at the text (by Coach Wade) that I've just changed to green... you'll find out the contents of CC3.

    My apologies for not making this obvious (or only making it obvious to #2P).
    Last edited by Cal.; 09-04-2012 at 01:34 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cal. View Post
    If you go back to post #3 and look at the text (by Coach Wade) that I've just changed to green... you'll find out the contents of CC3.

    My apologies for not making this obvious (or only making it obvious to #2P).
    I did see your post and it was very good. That's why I didn't say everyone thinks they're paying.....

    I highlighted in green also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by speaker View Post
    amazing you say that. I am doing almost identical minus the hand-balancing. Mixing in dumbbells, ala Istavan Javorek, along with monster mobility. Great minds think...
    Great minds? Well, one great mind, plus me.

    I've never been a great mobility fellow, but this may be something I explore as I get older. I've been impressed by Steve Friedes work and writing. Also, my shoulders always feel better when I explore trifecta twists.

    It's not often someone introduces me to a name in training I've never even heard of--so thank you for the Javorek reference. The complexes look very tough: I may try them!

    glad also that the training is going well.

    As for the log-book ideas, "prefilled" training diaries can be enlightening: Frank Zane did one which I enjoyed:

    http://www.amazon.com/Frank-Zane-Min...nd+body+spirit#_

    I think there's more money in something everyone can actually use for themselves, however.

    Let's face it, most of us are far more interested in our own training than somebody elses!

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    My brain feels incredibly slow at the moment, so forgive anything I say that may be ignorant. Am I right in the assumption that the CC Logbook and CC3 are the SAME THING? Just feeling a little confused. :/

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    No, they are not the same thing.
    Quote Originally Posted by Lt_Dan View Post
    My brain feels incredibly slow at the moment, so forgive anything I say that may be ignorant. Am I right in the assumption that the CC Logbook and CC3 are the SAME THING? Just feeling a little confused. :/

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    Thank you for the clarification John.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lt_Dan View Post
    My brain feels incredibly slow at the moment, so forgive anything I say that may be ignorant. Am I right in the assumption that the CC Logbook and CC3 are the SAME THING? Just feeling a little confused. :/
    Indeed old bean, this thread has become somewhat confusing, what?

    The gist is:

    Two Convict Conditioning books are coming out. In the next few months, we'll be seeing a log-book, "full of additional CC training information, plus training tips and insights":

    Feedback wanted: best format for the new Convict Conditioning Log Book?

    The final format for the log-book has yet to be decided--John is looking for feedback.

    Sometime after the log-book, we will be seeing Convict Conditioning 3. This book was revealed a while back in an excellent interview from Adrienne Harvey with Paul. CC3 will be based on progressive speed, power and reflex training.

    http://www.dragondoor.com/dragon_doo...ul_coach_wade/

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