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|1/2/2015 5:48:39 PM - Smitty
Julia, thanks for your response to my question. Just to clarify. The group I am concerned about are incoming juniors and seniors. They have been training for over a year. But many have decreased in strength over a years time. The program my predecessor gave them never changed and they basically used the same weights with little progression. Consequently we have weak kids good at lifting subpar weights.
My freshman will be doing the 1 x 20 program until they join the older kids.
Ok. That makes sense. I still think they could do an abbreviated 1x20 or a simple progressive overload to be honest. They need some good volume and "skill" work at each lift. (skill work is heavy enough to be good work, but light enough that they can hone in on technique).
Let me know what you decide to go with. I don't think you can go wrong as long as you believe in the program and stick to it.
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