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Bo 1 | 2009-01-24
Hey Greg - Ill be having a blood test done soon any parameters I should be asking for? I was thinking of the following: Fasting insulin levels Ratio of triglycerides to HDL AA/EPA Arachidonic Acid/Eicosapentaenoic acid Zinc levels Vitamin D levels (due to winter time) What should I expect to see when Im eating like this: 100g carbs ~400 kcal = 11,4 % 175g protein ~700 kcal = 19,8% 270g fats ~2430 kcal = 68,8% and following your routine on this site, trying to gain weight? Thanks, Bo
Jason Y. 2 | 2009-01-25
Greg- My Power Snatch is about at 150lbs while my snatch is at 135lbs. However, I have been using 150 for all of my snatch percentages. I am doing this because at the beggining I thought it was just a technique issue, but I am starting to think that I am really just that much weaker in the bottom position. Am I correct in doing this or should I be using 135 for my weights? What should I be doing to get my snatch higher than my power snatch? Thanks, jason
Matt Wichlinski 3 | 2009-01-25
Jason i think you should start with working those overhead squats, and snatch balances
Jason Y. 4 | 2009-01-25
I figured that was what i needed more of, but where would be a good spot to place more of those when following the CA WOD?
Anton Emery 5 | 2009-01-26
Congrats on the new book Scott. Cant wait to check it out.
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