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  • If you see someone writing or saying "99% of..."...

    If you see someone writing or saying "99% of..." they are not quoting a statistic, they are using an obviously exaggerated number to make a point. Perhaps you might pull your head in and participate...
  • I wouldn't do my tempo that way - especially if...

    I wouldn't do my tempo that way - especially if I'm trying to improve speed. If it was purely about conditioning, that might be appropriate. However, I wouldn't want to involve the jogging mechanics...
  • That's common enough in people who play sports...

    That's common enough in people who play sports like football and do a lot of short sprinting, which is where I assume you fit in.

    The standard method is to add flying 30s - or longer distances, if...
  • Again, I didn't say it doesn't happen. I said...

    Again, I didn't say it doesn't happen. I said it's rare enough that few people know multiple people who do. I also qualified that in a separate post. I also didn't post any statistics at all.
    ...
  • No. In this context, it means practice of...

    No. In this context, it means practice of technique as well as all attributes. RFD is part of it, but there is more to "speed training" than RFD. A lot more.
  • Someone gets it!

    Someone gets it!
  • Since tyre flipping is pretty much concentric...

    Since tyre flipping is pretty much concentric only, it fits in quite well anywhere in the program. It's also quite close to a lot of movements used in football, so it can also fit into the Specific...
  • Absolutely. You shouldn't need to use a separate...

    Absolutely. You shouldn't need to use a separate workout. Just do them after you're finished in the weight room, as described. You could add an extra day if you wanted to, but I find that people...
  • I didn't say it was a ridiculous claim. However,...

    I didn't say it was a ridiculous claim. However, I think that it's a rare enough event that very, very few people know more than one kid in that category.



    I try to be pretty precise with my...
  • I'd like to know the 15 year olds you know with...

    I'd like to know the 15 year olds you know with offers from D1 programs.

    And, while plyos may not be useless for 15 year olds, they are for unqualified athletes, which 99% of 15 year olds are.
  • I would suggest reading up on some basic...

    I would suggest reading up on some basic physiology. And make sure the texts come from later than 1974.
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    It would help that. However, at 230, being able...

    It would help that. However, at 230, being able to squat 400+ would do more. Even better together.

    Nonetheless, you can go close with single leg squats and one arm pushups. Read "The Naked...
  • If you had taken any notice of the answers on...

    If you had taken any notice of the answers on this board in the time you've been here, you would know that:

    1. Plyometrics don't work in high volume or frequency.
    2. You can't predict the effect...
  • Ttt.

    Ttt.
  • This thread teaches how to structure a program...

    This thread teaches how to structure a program for the different phases of seasonal sport. That would be the best thing for you to read.

    http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=159632861
  • The best advice is "Slowly". Reduce the total...

    The best advice is "Slowly". Reduce the total loading. If you're coming back on the accumulation blck of a periodised routine, start very low in volume. If you read 531, Wendler recommends starting...
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    A much better way to put it than I did. By...

    A much better way to put it than I did.

    By 'ability', I meant to imply that beginners are largely unable to perform true max efforts frequently, anyway. It was inelegant.
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    A beginner will usually be fine sprinting every...

    A beginner will usually be fine sprinting every day. For some, it would be preferable. But, if you have some ability, your ability to recover from maxefforts is differenr due to your higher output....
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    You don't measure pelvic tilt by whether you have...

    You don't measure pelvic tilt by whether you have tight hamstrings, etc. you measure it by the angle of your hips. It may not matter much anyway. You've already mentioned the bigger issue.

    You...
  • I do not understand your coach's rationale. To...

    I do not understand your coach's rationale. To build fitness for sprints, you use tempo work, not long distance. The mechanics are significantly different. You also need to actually sprint as...
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