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Old 11-03-2009, 07:36 AM   #41
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I add my two cents in the debate about training explosive athletes with olympic lifts.

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One thing I can curious about is injury rate on Olympic lifters. You know of anyone firsthand that has gotten injured?

Injuries are pretty much part of the game, and I imagine that the oly lifts can be more dangerous because few actually knows how to do them correctly. Speculating, of course.
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Old 11-03-2009, 08:57 AM   #42
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One thing I can curious about is injury rate on Olympic lifters. You know of anyone firsthand that has gotten injured?
I read an article right before I wrote this stating that injuries (while under proper coaching/supervision) were much less than most other sports/lifting styles. Let me try find it again.

In the meantime, here's a synopsis from The Journal of Athletic Training. They say the injury rate is consistent with all other sports.

Injury Rates and Profiles of Elite Competitive Weightlifters

And no, I do not know anyone that has gotten hurt. And that includes when our 100+ man football team was doing them twice a week.

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Injuries are pretty much part of the game, and I imagine that the oly lifts can be more dangerous because few actually knows how to do them correctly. Speculating, of course.
EXACTLY!! And that's the point I tried to make in the post.
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Old 11-03-2009, 09:06 AM   #43
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I read an article right before I wrote this stating that injuries (while under proper coaching/supervision) were much less than most other sports/lifting styles. Let me try find it again.
Thats what I've read about Oly lifting as well. I would surmise that this is the case for those that use a coach, and have supervision. Those that go it alone with little thought to the complexity of the lift, are the ones that get hurt more often.
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Other than jumping out of the pool and filming a sandbag video, I haven't really tested it. I've been doing rehab and was going to start squatting this week, but I'm crazy busy and will only get to the gym probably once this week, and squats are not on the menu.

Hopefully next week (fingers crossed)...
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not on the menu. sounds like your clientelle keep you as busy as mine does. I have to schedule my training in my client schedules or I would fill those slots also
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My chili recipe on video. Also, I say shit a lot in this post and shit.

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My chili recipe on video. Also, I say shit a lot in this post and shit.

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Did someone say chili? maybe it's time for me to whip out my metabolism boosting atomic fireball. And btw, I add nacho cheese in my chili.

You recipe looks good. Never tried turkey bacon. Does it render much fat? I assume not.
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And btw, I add nacho cheese in my chili.
Does not surprise me. lol

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Not at all. I actually pointed that out in the video. Wasn't even enough worth straining off.
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Not at all. I actually pointed that out in the video. Wasn't even enough worth straining off.
Sorry. I was watching it as I was typing. I was looking at it in a pile and got curious. Then I paused it and re-read your recipe ingredients on the blog.

I wasn't sure how lean it was, nor if there were different degrees on lean turkey.
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