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Now I remember how hard it was to translate Freud to non german languages, with all those specific strange words. It kind of sounds like "Lust for function" though, which is more or less the same.
that I can answer practical: I have no ineffective training session. Every session is a good session There are fluctuations day in day out, but looking over timeframes here I look on ten weeks. There is a clear trend.Now a really philosophical question -- Which was a more effective training session?
Today it was delightful to snatch. Almost a breeze. Climate may has impact, as the first graph was in Juli, it was warmer then than today, but the point I want to make here is the impact of easy endurance work and far lower than my MAF on a regular basis since July. The introduction of the Indian clubs for active recovery between repeats are also a very good addition.So now a philosophical question --- Which session was more work? The variables are the same so physically it is the same amount. However I would say that the earlier one was more work for you, because your HR was elevated higher and for a longer period of time.
I didn't know that, nice. Any articles or books you can point me towards around the topic of aerobic system and handling stress?The aerobic system is the one that carries and deals with stress be it induced by exercise or life in general. It helps me currently to deal with some volume of relatively heavy ballistics day in day out from week to week.
This is great pleasure to me experiencing how I respond to the way I train. Also a key aspect to why I train.It's fascinating how the way the body tunes itself in response to stimulus.
this year I am in it for about 13months, so newbie gains...for me very promising. (All in all I have with last year's six months plus three for this year 9 months of I dare to say proper aerobic locomotion work accumulated)And from your LSD work, you also demonstrate that a lot of the energy is being supplied by the aerobic system. Highly efficient energy production and expenditure.
It is in this case a deduction, but doing more work with lower pulse rate shows, that the snatches do not stress me as then.I didn't know that, nice. Any articles or books you can point me towards around the topic of aerobic system and handling stress?
I think the man @aciampa is doing (and also did already) his best. Would be great if he would say just a few words on it. Also @mprevost knows lots from his first hand experience.Any articles or books you can point me towards around the topic of aerobic system and handling stress?
newbie gains, I have an inclination to be ironic, sometimes. But seriously, I am doing frequent aerobic locomotion training in this period for about 14 weeks now, that is not really long but I think it is already a nice little base. It is about to widen it, currently I have a feeling it is as "simple" as that: staying at 115bpm, 120bpm...up to 140bpm and just going farther over time in the same time frame. That will not go ad infinitum but seems to me like a sure no strenuous way to build up the aerobic fat bio-machinery.
diligent continuity of the training process over the years and the unfolding synergy ofWhat do you think caused such a change?
A+A is about power production getting energy replenished while resting. Rest is important for getting stronger and getting more powerful.I might need to experiment with longer rests between repeats.
I've been considering integrating Indian clubs into my practice for this same reason. What movements do you use (for pairing with swings specifically). What weight?The introduction of the Indian clubs for active recovery between repeats are also a very good addition.
I began including Indian club work between repeats of heavy swings and/or snatches for my elbow health.I've been considering integrating Indian clubs into my practice for this same reason. What movements do you use (for pairing with swings specifically). What weight?
Apologies for dragging up an old post - but this is right in line with what I've been wondering about! (No pressure if "Just do S&S and don't sweat auxiliary work yet" is the right response. )