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    There's a great progression in cc2. You could try...

    There's a great progression in cc2. You could try that as written.

    Or do as I did, which worked great too. Start from step 1 in cc2, but do it gtg style everyday. Start with easy sets, maybe 15...
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    So what is the problem? If it doesn't cause...

    So what is the problem?

    If it doesn't cause any issues, it's not too tight.
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    I don't know about the science, but it feels damn...

    I don't know about the science, but it feels damn good after a run or heavy training session. This is where I do it. I try to go every evening, but it's not always possible. Sorry about the quality,...
  4. I see how one would think the price is too high....

    I see how one would think the price is too high. It sure as hell is way over my budget. But then again I'm not the target audience for this seminar. I'm more likely a customer of the audience at this...
  5. Thread: ? on supplements

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    Have you ever thought about how many people live...

    Have you ever thought about how many people live as north as or higher than Alaska? Alaska isn't even that far north.

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  6. Thread: long slow reps

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    It's easy to calculate if you think you're doing...

    It's easy to calculate if you think you're doing 30 x 61 reps. Get it? That would make up to 1830 reps. But, as you said, the later sets would take more than one minute to complete.

    Sent from my...
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    Really hate these openings with just the link.....

    Really hate these openings with just the link.. Could you please provide a few thougths on the subject in addition? What the article is about, how do you feel about it etc etc...

    Sent from my HTC...
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    16000 lbs in one workout wouldn't kill me.. but I...

    16000 lbs in one workout wouldn't kill me.. but I would need a fork lift to do it. :D


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    You mean 16000 lbs in one session? Or do you have...

    You mean 16000 lbs in one session? Or do you have some structural weaknesses? Past injuries?

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    There's already the pentathlon and triathlon....

    There's already the pentathlon and triathlon. It's hard to see any more multi event sports getting in. Especially sports which don't exist.

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    Poker isn't based on luck. Sure it plays a role,...

    Poker isn't based on luck. Sure it plays a role, but surely luck plays an important role in many sports as well.

    I don't think it's a sport either. It's card game.

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    Yes they are. So is sailing. Both widely...

    Yes they are. So is sailing. Both widely practiced and spread over 4 continents.

    I agree that GS would be a good olympic event. And they wouldn't even need to add sports, since GS could be a...
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    Good point. A PVC sewage pipe works well for...

    Good point. A PVC sewage pipe works well for calves and a tennis ball (or two taped together) for more precise massaging.

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    Yes. Hard to find one here too. But I've heard...

    Yes. Hard to find one here too. But I've heard lots of good things about it.



    I do them gtg-style. So 1 set every 2-3 hours. Every day. Don't burn yourself out with these! Start with step1 and...
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    I had horrible shin splints when I started...

    I had horrible shin splints when I started training for my second marathon in January. I did get rid of them eventually, but my right calf did tighten up on longer runs more than the left one. The...
  16. Thread: AOS Workbook?

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    I used it. It worked for me. I did add reps to...

    I used it. It worked for me. I did add reps to the sets towards the end, but other than that I pretty much followed it as written.


    Take what works and discard the rest. This applies to ETK, this...
  17. Thread: 2-1-2 cadence

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    Double post, sorry!

    Double post, sorry!
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    Could you please clarify what you mean by 2-1-2...

    Could you please clarify what you mean by 2-1-2 being a ratio? Since Wade clearly writes 2 seconds up - 1 second pause - 2 seconds down? And he often writes not to do the movements too fast?

    What...
  19. Thread: 2-1-2 cadence

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    With 3/4 it's easier to do 1-2-1-2 cadence. Try...

    With 3/4 it's easier to do 1-2-1-2 cadence. Try 5/4 for 2-1-2. But then you must start after the first two tones. 2 clicks up - 1 click pause - 2 clicks down - and immediately back up.
    But as...
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    I did NWB a year ago, and it works. Pullups...

    I did NWB a year ago, and it works. Pullups supersetted with pushups was my favorite template. Plus some skill practice at the end. For legs I did airborne lunges.

    I'm now starting again. This...
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    One thing more. Do a test run, 10k or 5k for...

    One thing more.
    Do a test run, 10k or 5k for example, then enter your time here: http://www.mcmillanrunning.com/calculator
    You get optimal training paces for your runs. Repeat the test run every...
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    1. Don't you think you're asking this on a wrong...

    1. Don't you think you're asking this on a wrong forum? (There are running forums around)
    2. You have to build good base slowly, otherwise you risk injuring yourself. So first LSD. Then speed.
    3....
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    Hi Rickard! Could you open up a little on how you...

    Hi Rickard! Could you open up a little on how you got from 100 snatches with the 16 to 100 with the 24? I tested yesterday and got 103 with the 16, and I think I'm pretty far from doing any serious...
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    Check out Aaron Mattes. His active isolated...

    Check out Aaron Mattes. His active isolated stretching works wonders for me.
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    Thanks guys, appreciate your input. I just...

    Thanks guys, appreciate your input.

    I just would like to get on with ROP.. But I guess patience is key here.
    I tried some wall push ups and vertical puolls, and have to say they really work your...
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    Coming back from fractured rib. CC?

    Hello comrades!

    I fractured my rib and tore some intercostal muscles while playing hockey almost four weeks ago. I had just started ROP with 20 kg bell.

    Since the injury I've been able to run...
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    Are you planning on doing intervals sprinting...

    Are you planning on doing intervals sprinting outside, sprinting on a treadmill or doing kettlebells/other calisthenics?

    About heart rate monitors:
    1) Garmin models. Great for runners, cycling...
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    I've found great tips for injury prevention and...

    I've found great tips for injury prevention and strength work from Runner World's videos:
    http://www.runnersworld.com/video/1,8052,s6-1-0-5,00.html

    My top three tips for running barefoot:
    1....
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    Hello Comrades! And sorry for my long absence. ...

    Hello Comrades! And sorry for my long absence.

    My training has taken a big step back as I have started working full time. I've been doing 11-14 hour shifts doing hard manual labor, so haven't...
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    Reminds me of this great infograph:...

    Reminds me of this great infograph:
    http://www.medicalbillingandcoding.org/sitting-kills/
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