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Old 10-14-2008, 02:02 PM   #7
Chris Forbis
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In the book, he calls for plyometrics three days a week, reducing it to twice a week if you are doing any additional strength training.

Strength training he calls for 2 days a week. He allows for plyos on the same day as strength or on different days. He also talks about doing plyos one day a week if one really needs to work on their strength ("you will be a lot fresher throughout the week").

I am considering working out three days a week, and just alternating strength and plyometric work. So one week has 2 plyo/1 strength and the next has 1 plyo/2 strength, etc. We'll see how I feel.

Looking ahead, volume gets cut down quite a bit by week 4, in both plyos and strength training.
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