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|7/1/2011 6:32:06 PM - Mike Sullivan
Thanks for the advance, this was my first year as a pure sprinter the previous years I was a long jumper. Now I'm known as white chocolate because of my sprint performances.
I want to make sure I understood you correctly, if I stay within the prescribe reps the JTS lifting should keep me from overreaching? Would you drop the deadlifts?
I'll probably have a 8 week GPP:
Sprints/Jumps/Throws/Squats and Presses
Active recovery or General strength circuits
Based on what you recommend; lifting wise - this is what I had planned:
I'd do something more similar to this...
Hip Extension Hamstring/Low Back Work
Accessory Upper Body work
Remember that sprinting comes first and you will receive a great training effect from the sprints, jumps and throws, so the lifting can be rather minimalistic.
If you'd like to email me at Chad@JTSstrength.com I could offer you some more in depth analysis and programming assistance.
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