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flyingthunder

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Re: new workout routine
« Reply #30 on: July 26, 2012, 06:09:56 am »
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current vertical: 32.5 inches
longterm goal: 35 inches
shortterm goal 120kgx5 squat
squat: 5x105kg
size: 6,1 weight: 77kg

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Re: new workout routine
« Reply #31 on: July 26, 2012, 12:05:54 pm »
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you have not yet, in a single post except maybe the one where i gave you a form to fill out, provided enough information for anyone to give you a meaningful response.
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Re: new workout routine
« Reply #32 on: July 26, 2012, 02:57:55 pm »
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BW will stop to appear as sufficient resistance once you work with a group of people that do not automatically get stronger by maturing.

I disagree with this (w/out going into detail, we have plenty of mature adults on this site using BW exercises such as GHR, dips, pullups etc to increase strength) and also, the OP is 17 which still has him in that maturing stage. 

Anyway, my reply was just a suggestion as I strongly believe in looking to BW as resistance first for people who are new to training.

lol at chrisbro1's caveman/air alert work out.  That is a good recipe for bad knees/joints in the future.  Thats for ppl trying to be somewhat athletic

or you can start your journey on being an elite athlete= powerlifting + intense bball games + great food/nutrition

when you get real strong and bball skills real nice, then you focus on the intense plyo's / explosiveness bball drills like resistance band stuff and full contact drills



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Re: new workout routine
« Reply #33 on: July 27, 2012, 05:37:50 am »
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you have not yet, in a single post except maybe the one where i gave you a form to fill out, provided enough information for anyone to give you a meaningful response.

current vertical: 32.5 inches
longterm goal: 35 inches
shortterm goal 120kgx5 squat
squat: 5x105kg
size: 6,1 weight: 77kg

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Re: new workout routine
« Reply #34 on: July 27, 2012, 11:39:10 pm »
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A long time if you're squatting twice a week only. Even longer to get to 35".
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Re: new workout routine
« Reply #35 on: July 28, 2012, 03:18:44 am »
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A long time if you're squatting twice a week only. Even longer to get to 35".

- Squatting twice is a week is fine.  Sure some people respond well to three times a week, but for some people respond better to twice a week.  By "only" are you implying even squatting four times a week?  Again, there's no basis on telling him he can't get his strength optimally up fast if he doesnt squat 3-4x a week.  2x a week works fine for most, if it's not already the best for them.

- He weighs 72kg and reps 90kg 6 times.  Provided with correct training + optimum diet, he can get to 1.5x+ BW squat fairly quickly I would say.  Of course like I hinted at earlier, everyone is so different so no way of telling.  At over 1.5x BW with a low BF as he has (6%), he should be able to get into high intensity plyo's provided his overall fitness is fine.

- 29" to 35" is a lot.  You still never know though.  With his weak relative strength which can potentially go up quickly, and assuming he is a double leg jumper (not saying this won't work for single leg jumpers), and being only 17 years old and potentially having his body go through more maturing, in the best case scenario he can get those 6" quickly.  Not saying it will happen, but don't just shut it down so easily.
« Last Edit: July 28, 2012, 03:20:33 am by D4 »
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Re: new workout routine
« Reply #36 on: July 28, 2012, 04:56:08 am »
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current vertical: 32.5 inches
longterm goal: 35 inches
shortterm goal 120kgx5 squat
squat: 5x105kg
size: 6,1 weight: 77kg