Discussion in 'Kettlebell' started by Strong Grappler, Nov 28, 2019.
Dumb question, see it a lot on here. Just wondering what it is.
A simplified introduction:
Understanding Why "Less Is More" with Anti-Glycolytic Training | StrongFirst
And from Al Ciampa in detail:
A + A Training – Be Well and Strong
It usually results in heavy swings or snatches in sets of 3-5 for 20-40 rounds (waving up and down) with talk test based rest. S&S is a close cousin of A+A, especially S&S 2.0.
And I have collected quite a few quotes from this forum. There is a section on A+A from page 36 on or so.
Collection with quotes from the forum
Just to add to @Bauer A+A stands for alactic aerobic (or Alactic Effort and Aerobic Recovery)
For everyone's information, I moved the request for a sticky with A+A threads to its own thread, and you're invited to post your links there:
Please Post A+A Thread Links Here (Was: "What is A&A/A+A?"
It's in Training -> Other.
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