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1/12/2015 10:36:46 AM - Simon
Shane,

thanks a lot for that, it definitely gives me a great idea!

How are you setting up the main lifts? With higher intensities and lower reps? I mean even speed work (truly for the purpose of inproving speed) won't really get him much better on his bike. I will probably still let him work in the 50-70% range explosively, but more in order not to overload him (he already trains hours daily) and also work on form.

I'd probably leave out most of the hypertrophy work for my guys, except for some movements:
-especially his shoulders (considering his past injuries)
-his upper back, as he sits in a hunched back position pretty much all the time on his bike (for several hours daily)

Your thoughts?

Thanks a lot again, highly appreciated man!

No problem I love this stuff.

I waved her up slowly over 8 weeks. Peaking for her off season testing. then started over working off of her new numbers.

You are for sure on the right track. Focus main lifts on intensity and form.

Also, as a business opportunity, track everything you do with him in detail. If it's successful, you might just have a niche market to dominate.




Niche market=money,
Shane Church


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