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- Which method of periodization is best, in his opinion, for pure strength athletes ie weightlifters etc, and why does he believe this? -Mike Australia
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- What types of indicator exercises do you use to measure progression, and do you set standards or goals in these exercises? – Casey
- I’d like to ask Coach Dos what he thinks about frequency of training; is there a way to work up to a point that recovery can be good enough for an individual to be able to benefit from 5-6 heavy training sessions a week? With all of the talk of over-training, it seems many people are afraid to test their limits. Most lifting authorities say that 3-4 sessions of 45 minutes per week is enough to yield great results. However, many powerlifters and olympic lifters will engage in 10 or more sessions a week. What’s your take? Thank you,Chris
- I have heard you say you want your athletes to not be able to complete another rep at the end of a set, to not ‘keep a rep in the tank’.Does this include O-lifts and other drills you use that require high levels of coordination?
Also, I would really like to hear your opinion on Chad Waterbury’s recent views on rep cadence and failure.- Snatch
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