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BendtheBar 11-15-2012 02:44 AM

EliteFTS Twitter Tips
 
Post Meet Training Tip #1 - Keep volume the same but lower intensity

Post Meet Training Tip #2 - Read this EliteFTS - Superior Products and Knowledge for Lifters, Athletes, Coaches, and Trainers

Post Meet Training Tip #3 - Reduce Spinal Compression with no loads on back for 4-6 weeks

Post Meet Training Tip #4 - No barbells in hand for 4-6 weeks

Post Meet Training Tip #5 - Don't allow strength to fall more than 10%

Post Meet Training Tip #6 - Slowly bring your GPP back up

Post Meet Training Tip #7 - After the first week pull back on restoration methods

Post Meet Training Tip #8 - Take notes the night of the meet on what went right / wrong

Post Meet Training Tip #9 - Pay back to others the time and sacrifices they made on your behalf to compete

Post Meet Training Tip #10 - If you are injured - address it now.

Dust Mode Training Tip #1 - No matter what keep training. Don't stop just because you want to. Stop only when you need to.

Dust Mode Training Tip #2 - Know while you can't see and feel the progress this phase is necessary for it to happen.

Dust Mode Training Tip #3 - Remind yourself THIS is when 90% will quit. Be that 10% that doesn't

Dust Mode Training Tip #4 - Try new things to make the training more fun

Dust Mode Training Tip #5 - Reduce the intensity to avoid injury

Dust Mode Training Tip #6 - Reduce training density

DieselWeasel 11-15-2012 01:56 PM

Post-Meet #3 and #4 both seem excessively long. Doing that would eliminate almost all major barbell movements for 4-6 weeks.

austin.j.taylor 11-15-2012 02:19 PM

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Originally Posted by DieselWeasel (Post 292579)
Post-Meet #3 and #4 both seem excessively long. Doing that would eliminate almost all major barbell movements for 4-6 weeks.

EFS is mainly for geared lifters and during that time they would normally use the ssb, spider or cambered, and the hex bar for deads.

Most geared lifters are only going to hit 2-3 meets a year so this makes a lot of sense as what the gear takes out of your body while meet prepping.

DieselWeasel 11-15-2012 02:40 PM

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Originally Posted by austin.j.taylor (Post 292585)
EFS is mainly for geared lifters and during that time they would normally use the ssb, spider or cambered, and the hex bar for deads.

Most geared lifters are only going to hit 2-3 meets a year so this makes a lot of sense as what the gear takes out of your body while meet prepping.

I guess it makes sense now. Thanks for the explanation.


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