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  • I've been training in some form or another since...

    I've been training in some form or another since I was nine. I have had reasonable pro MMA and kickboxing careers and have been a Jiu Jitsu, Judo and full contact karate competitor at different...
  • My first comment is that there is little, if...

    My first comment is that there is little, if anything you can do on a treadmill which will carry over to the field.

    Which phase / block you start with will depend on how far out the season is, how...
  • Yes. Crossfit will fix everything! Perhaps you...

    Yes. Crossfit will fix everything! Perhaps you should look at the post referenced above and find out what programming for seasonal sports looks like.
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    In a word, no. The physiological principle...

    In a word, no.

    The physiological principle you're worried about is frequently misunderstood.
  • Out of interest, who told you that you need to...

    Out of interest, who told you that you need to gain 20lb?
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    Absolutely fine in the off-season. As...

    Absolutely fine in the off-season. As FutureFootball says, read my year-round guide and it should give you some ideas. But just about everything you can do running you can do with other cardio. I...
  • Complex training is a tool. It is a good one....

    Complex training is a tool. It is a good one. But, like all tools, it's usefulness is determined by whether you know what to do with it.

    Learning to program your routine is most important. Read...
  • That's how it works. If you're playing Rugby,...

    That's how it works.

    If you're playing Rugby, read my article on here. Search "year round training for rugby"
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    One would assume a neurological issue. An issue...

    One would assume a neurological issue. An issue with the spine or the brachial plexus? Anyway, I'm 100% certain that you should see at least a physio. Anonymous people on he internet are a poor...
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    Understand that this is a guess. I assume...

    Understand that this is a guess.

    I assume that you're on a SNRI drug (due to your condition), as opposed to a SSRI, which is more common. I would guess that the improvement in norepinephrine...
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    Have you read the thread on programming for...

    Have you read the thread on programming for Rugby? It will tell you how to lay out the program and to work your power training in.

    http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=159632861

    Broad...
  • Foam rolling rarely helps acute injuries as well...

    Foam rolling rarely helps acute injuries as well as rest and topical anti-inflammatories. Although, it can help with re-injury.

    Like I said, if it's debilitating, see a doc. Otherwise,...
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    I can't believe I posted on a six year old...

    I can't believe I posted on a six year old thread. I will now watch American Idol reruns as punishment.
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    Man, those look like realistic and honest times!...

    Man, those look like realistic and honest times! Don't you know this is the internet?

    Repped.
  • Precisely where is the pain? In the lower back...

    Precisely where is the pain? In the lower back muscles? In the hip complex (between the bones of the hip)?

    It sounds to me like you're talking about a sacroilliac joint sprain or a muscle strain...
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    If your speed work is the same day as your...

    If your speed work is the same day as your weights, that is the only way to do it. In fact, it's extremely effective.

    Make sure that you're talking about sprints for speed/power improvement,...
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    It wouldn't be ineffective, but you have to ask...

    It wouldn't be ineffective, but you have to ask what you're trying to improve and where it fits in your training?

    I trust you didn't read the thread I linked?
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    Why would you bump a 7 year old thread to post...

    Why would you bump a 7 year old thread to post misinformation?

    Firstly, you mean creatinine, not creatine. It's also a separate test to specific gravity and the thing they look for is too little...
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    If you're using Starting Strength, the routine...

    If you're using Starting Strength, the routine calls for sets of 5. You may not stay long with pushups as your primary with those sort of reps.
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    Look into an established dynamic warmup, which...

    Look into an established dynamic warmup, which will contain all the "plyometric" work you need.

    I use pushups, then decline pushups, then weighted decline pushups before progressing young athletes...
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