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Old 10-22-2009, 01:32 AM   #1
ado gruzza
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I'm a young powerlifting trainer from Italy.
I've always followed "olympic weightlifting" ideas, phylosophy, in training my athlets.
Many many sets,
high frequency fondamental lifts training,
always fast lifts,
and (most important things) a lot of attention on technique. Body control, perfect motor unit attivation. Looking at this parameters is quite clear I'm a Boris Sheiko lover.

after our next meet i'd like to put on a training plan based on "Hormonal Fluctuation Method" exposed by Kilgore and Rippetoe in their book, wich I cant remember the name, but I can assure is the best English language book on weight training.

Any ideas? thank you
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