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Mixed Martial Arts / Woo Hoo
« on: September 21, 2010, 02:56:30 pm »
Just had 2 of my guys make it onto Team AKA.

CALL EM OUT / Jay Schroeder
« on: March 10, 2010, 02:52:37 pm »
Jay Schroeder

First I paid $50 for his general fitness program, hoping to gain insight into how he programs LDISO in conjunction with other means and since we all know LDISOS are all anyone needs I figured they would be in a general fitness program. 

Were they?

Nope, no LDISOS.  Stupid me I thought they "were all you need".

What did I get for $50?

A two page document with 3 circuit training programs implemented into a weekly schedule and exercise descriptions.  More like 1 1/2 pages.

$25 a page.

 And I was worried my $60 ebook was priced high but at least we have pictures, weekly periodization, etc...

And then there is his forum (right adarq)

I posted this friendly question:


I am excited about the new website, forum, articles, etc...

I was wondering if it would be possible to discuss the integration of the various methodics into the EvoSport program. More specifically, the significance of extreme isometrics has become clear, but I was wondering about the organization of other methodics like rebounds, overspeed lifts, maximal effort lifting, etc... into the training program

Thank you for your time. I am excited to learn about your system and hope to ask more thoughtful questions as my understanding of the program grows


To which I get the excellent reply:

Seriously!  This is a cut n paste from his old blog.  Bull Shit!

So Adarq hops in with:

Right, but I think you are underestimating the OriginalPoster's experience, aka AlexV. He has implemented & utilized LDISO's effectively for some time now. He was merely asking questions about other methodology, beyond iso's, in Schroeder's systems.

AlexV has an impressive background, and has done more than enough to help a ton of athletes. His question should be viewed from the perspective that he has spent time long enough to actually prepare athletes for elite adaptations.


And I wait and wait for a reply and nothing so I post:

n the words of ESPN c'mon man!

Lets delve deeper into the system. Seriously. I have had many athletes do extreme isos for 5 min straight for 30 sessions and then do my own stuff cause no one knows what comes next. I begin to wonder why you don't share. May coaches see themselves on the same journey and like helping others (that is a coaches job after all). Many coaches are willing to share and many have elite athletes (Stanley Cup, NCAA Div 1 football champs, Superbowl). We hear all of the critiques but those of us who actually try your philosophies are never rewarded with any nugget beyond "Do extreme isos only"

Yet many of us have viewed programs written for your clients and every client has said the following:

1. Extreme isos do not make up the whole program (contradiction to your claims)
2. No one ever holds for 5 minutes (from numerous athletes of yours)

So lets get off the fence and start sharing and opening up so everyone can learn. Otherwise what is the point of this forum. Really what is the point of the forum if all we will ever hear is "Only do extreme isos". OK we get their importance. We get it and have done it. We also know they are no where near everything in your program. So please open up. The questions are legit.

In closing this is a journey and we do owe it to everyone to pay it forward.

So rip me a new one or whatever. Maybe there will be something beyond "Only do Extreme isos" that others will get from this and maybe, just maybe, someone will actually learn something.

I bet you a million dollars we never get anything beyond "Do extreme Isos they are all you need"  Yet they dont even make up any part of thier general fitness program....

Bull shit, and don't waste your time on his programs cause I have heard complaints from others about the $50 for a 3 page document

I need a scanner.  If I can get one Ill upload about 30 pages worth of jays stuff.  You will learn as much from that as you will from purchasing one of his programs.

Strength, Power, Reactivity, & Speed Discussion / Chris Korfiist Interview
« on: February 18, 2010, 05:49:56 pm »
Hey guys I added an interview with Chris Korfist. In it we discuss a bit about foot function and some inno-sport stuff. Check it out at:

Article & Video Discussion / And another one
« on: December 16, 2009, 08:27:25 pm »
on an homage to biggie smalls

"And anotha one"

more new stuff on the site

Training splits
Eastern Block Training Conditions

Article & Video Discussion / More New Material
« on: December 11, 2009, 02:08:45 pm »
We published 3 new articles today at

I wrote about the second key to effective program design, RJ- our newest contributor, wrote about maximal strength, and finally Jeremy Layport weighs in on the famous Mike Boyle Death of Squats video

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