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Paul 2011-01-24
Hey Greg.

I'm just finishing your 5 week classic cycle. I'm competing Feb. 12, so I have a couple weeks left until competition day. Any ideas on what program I should continue to follow until competition time? This will be my first Oly lifting comp. Have competed in powerlifting before. I thought perhaps Burgener's 4 x week generic program may be alright for now. Any help would be greatly appreciated.


Greg Everett 2011-01-24
Paul -Burgener's 4-day program would be a good choice. If you want to train a fifth day, make it a day where you work on your weak points with relatively light weights.
Paul 2011-01-24
Awesome! Thanks Greg. I'll keep you posted with results. Your programming has improved my lifts dramatically...Starting PR's prior to starting your 5 week classic cycle was Snatch 205 lbs, Clean & Jerk 275 lbs...current PR's are Snatch 245 lbs, Clean & Jerk 325 lbs. I have rack jerked 330 lbs as well, which is a huge PR for me. Thanks for everything!

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