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Old 07-09-2010, 01:42 PM   #31
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Hopefully i can stick to this. In the past i have tended to jump from one fitness goal to the other, as i see fellow gym members become better O-lifters, or get better at gymnastics. I see them do it and i want to do it too, when in reality i need to train for my sport of juijitsu.
if you're still chokin them out, then i wouldn't worry too much about how much better their snatch is. that's just me though

if they're better in both categories, then you should slash their tires.
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Old 01-05-2011, 05:36 PM   #32
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Kevin Scott - same one that used to train at Saunders BJJ? Seems familiar?

As I've trained for training sake and for competitions throughout the years I am only now figuring out what is working best and getting the results I want. The first step ( in my opinion) would be to assess yourself (or have a professional asses you) to find out where your strengths and weaknesses are. Once you know that then you can figure out what your initial priorities are for your training. It's never an all or nothing scenario. EX: prioritize strength for a set period of time so that your power can in turn increase... I think template programs have a place and are benefit but for the best gains possible everything must be based off the individual since we are all so unique.
Glad I found this forum! Oh yeah Robb, paleo is working great for me!
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Old 01-06-2011, 10:13 AM   #33
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if you're still chokin them out, then i wouldn't worry too much about how much better their snatch is. that's just me though

if they're better in both categories, then you should slash their tires.


That's awesome.
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Old 01-06-2011, 10:14 AM   #34
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Good thread. I think all the approaches mentioned are valid, depending on the individual. After some starting and stopping I am back to following Joel Jamieson's program laid out in his book.
I wanted to do that but I just couldn't understand his programming. Maybe I'm just not smart enough or maybe it's poorly laid out but a sample program would've been awesomesauce.
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Old 01-11-2011, 09:45 AM   #35
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Thats me Eric. How are you doing? I heard you got your black belt, congratulations.
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Old 01-29-2011, 02:32 PM   #36
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Hey Kevin!

Cool.Things are good, and yes I did get my black belt - thanks. How have you been? - Looks like your revving up for some serious competitions. Check us out at www.crossfit585bjj.com, we have a great crew forming. Let me know what's up and if there is anyway I can help you best prepare!
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