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Old 02-24-2010, 05:16 AM   #11
Linus Hector
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Ok I will do a hybrid programme Gant/CFWF until the season starts, a month or two, but how should I structure it when it starts. Rugby training tue and thurs and game on sunday.
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Ok I will do a hybrid programme Gant/CFWF until the season starts, a month or two, but how should I structure it when it starts. Rugby training tue and thurs and game on sunday.
Just so you know, these came out of the same gym.
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Old 02-24-2010, 09:29 PM   #13
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Lift 1-2x/week. The day after the game lighter would be fine. Push it a little heavier either WEdnesday or Friday. Move around a lot, but not to the point of serious fatigue on one of the other days.

Don't expect to make a lot of progress in-season. Just expect to hold steady and begin to progress and grow again after the season.
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