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  • I would say that you're on your feet a lot in...

    I would say that you're on your feet a lot in that program. Three days running and five rucking will take its toll. The good news is that the rucking doesn't sap your recovery ability as much as it...
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    Yes, you can. But I wouldn't use that routine....

    Yes, you can. But I wouldn't use that routine. There's a lot of fluff of dubious quality there. Pick the exercises with the biggest bang for the buck. That means a squat variation, a deadlift...
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    It depends on where you play. Most of the backs...

    It depends on where you play. Most of the backs and loose forwards I know are partial to Asics Tigreror or Lethal for their firm ground boots. If you're a tight five, player, consider ditching the...
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    It's because you've stopped playing four times...

    It's because you've stopped playing four times per week. If you don't continue practicing your skills, you lose them. Your weight gain contributes to the issue, but if you had continued playing...
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    I'll let you in on a secret. How well you play at...

    I'll let you in on a secret. How well you play at your age has stuff all to do with what you lift. If it's a championship team, you may well find yourself on your arse and humiliated by one of those...
  • To the doctor. It could be a little benign...

    To the doctor. It could be a little benign crepitus or it could be something serious. Either way, you don't want strangers on the internet diagnosing your injuries.
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    Amar is correct. My favourite resource for...

    Amar is correct. My favourite resource for conditioning for combat sports is Joel Jamieson at 8weeksout.com

    The first thing is to get lots of mat time. That way, you're developing your...
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    I reckon about two thirds of the threads I've...

    I reckon about two thirds of the threads I've been involved with on this board cover training for explosiveness - and I avoid the vertical leap threads because of the garbage that often gets spouted...
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    Lots of decent suggestions. But I'm surprised to...

    Lots of decent suggestions. But I'm surprised to not see band pull-aparts mentioned. Not only are they effective, easy to program and simple to do, they are also the current flavour with all of the...
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    There are many rugby threads. Most revolve around...

    There are many rugby threads. Most revolve around training. For the biggest one, search for year-round training for rugby.
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    This is just plain ridiculous. Extensive warmups...

    This is just plain ridiculous. Extensive warmups aren't used just because someone's old.
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    The best position is the one your coaches need...

    The best position is the one your coaches need you to play. Stop worrying about your position and start worrying about getting better generally. When you are stronger, faster and have developed the...
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    Most off-season workouts start with a focus on...

    Most off-season workouts start with a focus on cardio. They also frequently reduce or eliminate workload in the weight room. It's an effective deload for athletes who may have been lifting heavy and...
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    Soreness is not a good thing. Soreness is a...

    Soreness is not a good thing. Soreness is a protective mechanism. Your body doesn't know why you're making it work so hard, so it's trying to make you stop. The fact you are no longer sore after...
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    You haven't listed the diagnosis. Just "...back...

    You haven't listed the diagnosis. Just "...back and knee injuries..."

    If you want advice other than "see a doctor", you will need to give some workable info.
  • I hate to give trite answers, but often, they are...

    I hate to give trite answers, but often, they are correct. Practice more. Simples.
  • I always program GPP elements in-season. Much...

    I always program GPP elements in-season. Much less than in the off-season, of course. It helps to fill in the gaps the more specific conditioning misses.
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    http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=159...

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

    This has the information you need
  • Something doesn't sit right here. An Exercise...

    Something doesn't sit right here. An Exercise Physiology Graduate recommends a HIT trainer for sport and says its everything you ever need.
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    There are football teams in Sweden. Go and learn...

    There are football teams in Sweden. Go and learn to play. Then, you'll have some experience when you turn up. Otherwise, there isn't a lot of chance of making a college roster.
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