An important aspect of top level training is that Technical Preparation and Conditioning are always done together in a single session. The reason for this is that it is becoming more and more evident, and therefore important to understand, that the athlete is always acting in his/her entirety. By separating the two areas of stimulation of the training load the functional adaptation of the athlete will be separate, uneven and unbalanced making the final results poor and uncertain. Technical Preparation and Conditioning work must be transferred
to the competition movement at the same time and reach their maximum levels at the same time in order to gain the best possible results.
The Throwing Events - Peter Tschiene
A. 2 Jerk Balance + 2 Tall Split Jerk; 2.2 x 5; rest 3 min
B. Mid Hang Clean; 5 sets of 2 - 60%; rest 2 min
(focus on finish position, change of direction, and speed under the bar)
C. OHS - find a 1RM; rest as needed b/t sets
rest 6+ hours
3 sets @ 80% - keep below redline at all times
30 sec wall balls
30 sec CTB chin ups
30 sec burpees
30 sec double unders
30 sec box jumps - 24"/20"
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