Did I forget my Blog? Sorry! New Interview here from my back porch. “Dan, I train in tight quarters. I want to learn the Olympic style lifts, but I can’t afford to miss a lift, otherwise damage will be done. How should I train” That is where my Transformation Program came from I only….
I’m no expert, but I coached HS football a long time and I just have a few ideas: 1. The “heavy” day should be the day after a game…actually, right after a game works well, too, especially for underclassmen who play on the day before the Varsity, having them train on the Friday, for example,….
First, I didn’t write any of this! I had some people ask me about Functional Isometric Conctractions and I put this together for those interested. I hope it helps. From the July 1964 “Lifters Corner,” by John Terpak, in Strength and Health:
When Bob Bednarski got his first “Lifter of the Year” award after he doing so well at the 1966 World Championships, Strength and Health Magazine published his workouts: Best lifts at the time: 402, 352, 446 (Press, Snatch and Clean and Jerk)
This material comes from a great Strength and Health article from 1964. This is GREAT stuff for a modern lifter to think about. “As a contest gets closer, I eliminate more and more power and substitute it with more and more Olympic lifting. Approximately eight to ten days before the meet I eliminate all power….