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|11/13/2012 8:18:49 PM -
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Post Meet Training Tip #1 - Keep volume the same but lower intensity
Post Meet Training Tip #2 - Read this http://bit.ly/UkddNJ
Post Meet Training Tip #3 - Reduce Spinal Compression with no loads on back for 4-6 weeks
Post Meet Training Tip #4 - No barbells in hand for 4-6 weeks
Post Meet Training Tip #5 - Don't allow strength to fall more than 10%
Post Meet Training Tip #6 - Slowly bring your GPP back up
Post Meet Training Tip #7 - After the first week pull back on restoration methods
Post Meet Training Tip #8 - Take notes the night of the meet on what went right / wrong
Post Meet Training Tip #9 - Pay back to others the time and sacrifices they made on your behalf to compete
Post Meet Training Tip #10 - If you are injured - address it now.
Dust Mode Training Tip #1 - No matter what keep training. Don't stop just because you want to. Stop only when you need to.
Dust Mode Training Tip #2 - Know while you can't see and feel the progress this phase is necessary for it to happen.
Dust Mode Training Tip #3 - Remind yourself THIS is when 90% will quit. Be that 10% that doesn't
Dust Mode Training Tip #4 - Try new things to make the training more fun
Dust Mode Training Tip #5 - Reduce the intensity to avoid injury
Dust Mode Training Tip #6 - Reduce training density
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