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1/20/2015 4:06:31 PM - Ben Davidson
Hey Coach,

You recently answered my question regarding the PUSH training band and VBT. Just wanted to thank you as you clearly invested some serious time and thought into answering me!

The idea about using velocity instead of percentages is a new spin on things and very interesting. I do not recall if I mentioned in my previous post, but I am not training with a specific goal in mind as far as developing explosive power or speed, but I do find the product useful with auto-regulating my sets. When the bar speed deteriorates- regardless of the speed- it is generally a good time to finish that specific exercise and move on to something else.

Again, I am still a little lost about what system(s) I am training in that "mid-range velocity zone" but PUSH definitely still has its place for the average person looking to learn a little more about their training.

Thanks again!
-BD

Ben,
No problem. Its the least I can do. I am just sorry I couldn't be more concrete and objective. I am still learning myself. Probably better tools on the market but you cant beat the price. And, if it gets you the info to help your training, then it's worth it.

Take care and thanks for the kind words, Ben.




,
Mark Watts


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