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Old 10-22-2012, 05:03 AM   #735
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To sum up my thoughts on this from our discussion yesterday I think this kind of system will inevitably auto regulate as long as you listen to your body. 6 days per week is probably not sustainable for 52 weeks of the year so you would end up training like Colin the strongman from my gym where you go balls to the wall for as long as you possibly can and then once you're completely broken (listen to your body to make sure you're broken with fatigue not injury), you take a fee lighter sessions or some time off until you feel like smashing again.

Pros - Lots of heavy training. High volume. Very intense.
Cons - How do you peak for a meet with no plan?
Counterpoint to the above - Do you need to peak?

Al
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