Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Running late but..,.

...I thought I'd quickly throw this up...more to come.


Push Progression

Everyday I have is the same...I'm running late again...but here's another one.


Inverted Row Progressions

6 comments:

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Michael Sullivan said...

What percentage of your athletes need to use these progressions?
I would think that not very many do but a larger portion of your group training clients do.

Adrienl said...

hi will thanks for responding and putting up those videos not that i have watched them yet, but will soon (has that joke gotten old yet).
in regards to that forgotten answer to a question you forget, it came from the blog post titled a change of pace from the august files and was about the wave loading implemented on the squats and cleans. While i realise this will probably give me the secrets necessary for 200 pushups in half a second a small explanation of why it was used then would be nice, though i don't want to pressure you.
Also with regards to the testing what type of hand width do you allow, want or prohibit in regards to the pushups rows chins and bench. I ask as these can definitely affect the scores and what you are testing.
once again thanks for your time and i hope you remain bored more often

Joel Hallstrom said...

Will are you still alive? Is this blog going to continue or have we seen the end of it?

João Mimoso said...

Paid actors are very expensive...That, or they are on strike.

Ian said...

I had just assumed Will had taken time off to spend the money he has earned from all his products :)