Garm on general conditioning

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Garm on general conditioning

Post by Gav » Thu Jun 23, 2005 9:32 pm

For general conditioning, I would pick:

1) Distance running for an hour or more at a fast-moderate pace over variable terrain every other day. Rocks, roots, uneven trails, etc = good.
2) Dead lift at near 1RM, say 85%, for 5 sets of triples three times a week.
3) Fundamental plyometric drills, 20-30 minutes per day, every day. Depth jumps, twists, catches, medicine ball drills, cariocas, and whatever else one could think of to ensure that each possible motion was covered.

This would cover all of the energy systems and give cardiovascular, near whole body limit strength, and explosive power benefits.

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Post by cloud319 » Fri Sep 30, 2005 4:26 am

For general conditioning, I would pick:
What do i need to get this to work? :wink:

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Post by bill fox » Fri Sep 30, 2005 12:51 pm

I would pick whatever Garm wasn't doing.

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