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Old 11-05-2008, 06:19 AM   #11
Chris Forbis
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4 November 2008

Plyometric workout

Donkey ankle bounce- 3 sets of 20, 1 minute of rest after each set

Knees to chest tuck jump - 4 sets of 8, 2 minutes of rest after each set

Rhythmic alternating lunge jumps - 3 sets of 10, 2 minutes of rest after each set

3 steps --> jump for height - 5 sets of 1, 2 minutes of rest after each set

40 yard sprints - 4 sets, 3 minutes rest after each set

Shreck shoulder complex with stretch bands

The lunge jumps were very difficult, but felt stronger from last week. I felt A LOT better on the sprints this week. I'm thinking last week wasn't so great simply because it was my first all-out sprinting in a while.

My shoulder is still not feeling good, though this morning it felt better, so I'll continue doing the Shreck complex a few times a week. I also plan to add some horizontal pushing/pulling in moderation. I forgot to tape my big toe so it is a little sore today.

Strength training on Friday.
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