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Re: FP's log
« Reply #780 on: August 08, 2018, 10:31:58 pm »
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8/07
10 mins meditation

8/08

2 hr practice: just O vs D line scrim. Played good all around, not a whole lot to criticize. A few deep shots ended up floating because of wet hands. I did try extra strength anti-perspirant and i think it worked but i kept putting my hands on my wet knees during foul calls/intermissions so they ended up wet anyway. Also I have someone to compete with for designated puller: my 3 pulls today all had good distance and hang time but this guy had one monster pull that outdid all of mine. Pulls need work

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Re: FP's log
« Reply #781 on: August 11, 2018, 12:05:24 am »
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8/10
Bw:190
Peaking workout, pre-tourney

Box jumps *10

French contrast *3:
Squat: 355*1, 365*1, 355*1
Depth jump off 20", onto 48": 3*5
Trap bar jump 145 3*3
Band assisted jumps 2*3

Did a little bit of various footwork and accelerations,and noticed bounciness felt better than usual. Strength has taken a dip, 365 didn't feel great but it's to be expected with the complete lack of volume this week. Depth jumps also felt better than usual, especially set 2. Threw down a few dunks but keeping volume pretty low and intensity moderate.

Peaked bounciness is what I would like tomorrow. Going to get out there an hour early, really get my hucks, pulls and mental state game ready, light 30 min jog and glutivation.

Obseevation: my box and depth jumps were complete ass before my glutivation warmup today.
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Re: FP's log
« Reply #782 on: August 12, 2018, 07:56:59 pm »
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8/11-8/12

We lost all of our games, 0-6. A lot were close and we were seeded last but seedings dont mean much anyway.

Followed up on my commitment to get to the field early and my in-bounds pull percentage was higher that day.

Got a handful of big skies.

Still pretty slow out of 180 changes of direction... Everything else was looking pretty good athleticism wise. Took on and handled some of the toughest matchups each game. Never particularly tired, although giving up too many 5-10y unders unders. Effort certainly could have been higher.
Got scored on the breakside cone 4 times - this isn't my fault but I could have prevented at least a few of these.
2 major mistakes: threw away a huck break opportunity out if bounds when one of our important games was tied. I had 5 out of bounds pulls the second day, including 3 during an important game. It was a wind I really disliked but no real excuse except I needed perfect technique to pull off the pull I was trying to pull, I could have tried an easier variation and got less yards but kept it in bounds. Both thumb toenails came off, and lots of mystery aches and pains in the foot.

Day 1 top speed was good, day 2 it was average ( still decent). Surprisingly bounciness wasn't there either day, even though I expected it to be present with top speed: I was fast day 1 but it was more strength speed than speed strength.

I have a good idea of what I need to do for the rest of the season :headbang:
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Re: FP's log
« Reply #783 on: August 12, 2018, 11:41:07 pm »
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it's great that you're staying so motivated even after the disappointment of not making one of the bigger clubs. IME dominating on a crappy team is a good way to get noticed by the bigger teams. if you stay healthy and keep showing out at tournaments where truck stop, mad men, whoever the good mixed teams are now, etc. are playing they do notice. "team X sucks but so-and-so gets D's and has a huge backhand," or whatever.
Muscles are nonsensical they have nothing to do with this bullshit.

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« Reply #784 on: August 12, 2018, 11:52:12 pm »
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it's great that you're staying so motivated even after the disappointment of not making one of the bigger clubs. IME dominating on a crappy team is a good way to get noticed by the bigger teams. if you stay healthy and keep showing out at tournaments where truck stop, mad men, whoever the good mixed teams are now, etc. are playing they do notice. "team X sucks but so-and-so gets D's and has a huge backhand," or whatever.

Lol i appreciate it but I actually like and get along with the team I am playing on now and thinking about playing here next year unless I make Truck. Coach is an excellent analyst and it would be good to try to build inatead of starting from scratch every new team I make. Besides, the W/L doesn't tell the whole story and this was a pretty high level tournament.

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Re: FP's log
« Reply #785 on: August 13, 2018, 03:24:46 am »
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it's great that you're staying so motivated even after the disappointment of not making one of the bigger clubs. IME dominating on a crappy team is a good way to get noticed by the bigger teams. if you stay healthy and keep showing out at tournaments where truck stop, mad men, whoever the good mixed teams are now, etc. are playing they do notice. "team X sucks but so-and-so gets D's and has a huge backhand," or whatever.

Lol i appreciate it but I actually like and get along with the team I am playing on now and thinking about playing here next year unless I make Truck. Coach is an excellent analyst and it would be good to try to build inatead of starting from scratch every new team I make. Besides, the W/L doesn't tell the whole story and this was a pretty high level tournament.

even better.
Muscles are nonsensical they have nothing to do with this bullshit.

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Re: FP's log
« Reply #786 on: August 13, 2018, 11:21:53 pm »
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8/13

Trap Bar DL:
235*8
325*8
345*8,5 (grip)

Squat:
295*5
275 3*8 (90s rests)

Bench:
155 2*8,
145 *8 (90s rests)

Leg Press:
540 *8,
590 2*8

Pullups *8,5
- lats feeling completely deactivated

-decent. A little weak after tourney weekend, squat after trap bar DL is bad, back is pretty fried. Most of my weight room sessions will look like this (hypertrophy) to try maintaining muscle during my cut.

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Re: FP's log
« Reply #787 on: August 14, 2018, 11:19:15 pm »
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8/14
Bw: 193 ummmmm
Meditation: lots
Cals: ~3100 (~110g sugar, ~90g protein)

Throws ~ *384
-Flick hucks * 120
-backhand hucks * 72
-pulls * 24
-short range throws to space * rest

Got out all 24 of my disks for this session. Usually I just use my 7-10 best ones to better mimic an ultimate. The upside of so many disks is efficiency, I don't think I could get that many huck reps in throwing with a partner. The downside is inconsistent flight paths but I figure adjusting for the worse disks helps me stay more focused anyway.

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Re: FP's log
« Reply #788 on: August 15, 2018, 11:45:43 pm »
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8/15
BW:191
cals: 3,200 (150g pro, 80g sugar)
Active Mindfulness: 4/10

45 min top speed workout

top speed drills, potentiation, glutivation

French Contrast *2:
-Partner resisted hip flexor Iso *8s,8s/ea leg
-tuck jumps *8,8
-banded mountain climber knee drives *8,8/ leg
-band assisted sprints 25Y *2,2
-3 min rest
-40Y sprint *2,2


Practice *2 hours
-burnt. got toasted deep 3 times. I noticed during the pre-practice french contrast that my explosiveness was not there, top speed was there a little bit. I was working on faceguarding+forcing tall+fast cutters deep, which is a dangerous strategy. Luckily, each of the times I got toasted, I figured out something new:
-most people can't accelerate from standstill like I can and gain a lot from coming in with momentum. Playing extremely tight and not giving them momentum should give me at least an extra half step.
-I have to start off with hips loaded in a staggered (2-point) stance facing deep: If I start in athletic stance and faceguard I have to take a (plyo) step back to accelerate, essentially losing half a step.
-It's usually better to avoid rounding cuts going deep: stutter step and re-accelerate going deep instead of trying to maintain momentum and rounding cut.

Tired, high hamstring achy. not good. might just focus on light conditioning and throwing leading up to saturday practice. I need to be mini-peaked for practices, which includes a slight carb load.