More Me, Myself, and Dan John (and Pavel, this time)

I learn a lot whenever I read Dan John. And Pavel. But I think the Quadrants is Dan’s baby. And it is a great framework!

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40 Day Program after Dan John & Pavel


The 40-day program feels like the right thing to do at the moment.

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Dan John & Pavel Tsatsouline: Easy Strength – a Review

Ahead of my holidays I finally bought “Easy Strength” by Dan John and Pavel Tsatsouline. As expected, the book was extremely good, albeit probably a bit less suited to deciding what I want to do for myself than a number of the other books by the same authors. The main target area for this book is clearly people who train others, and it provides an excellent framework for doing that. Having said this, if you are able to read diagonally and you don’t get stressed by an overload of information that is not even applicable in your case then this book is even a very important read for every athlete and weekend warrior who wants to be a bit more clued in about training philosophy and options.

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WOD’s the Plan – Carry Randomiser

WOD The Plan
Another addendum to the Convict Conditioning (calisthenics) WtP, after the Snatch Randomiser now the Carry Randomiser. The principle is described in this post, here only the tables.

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WOD’s the Plan – Snatch Randomiser

WOD The Plan
This is an addendum to the Convict Conditioning (calisthenics WtP). The principle is described in this post. Here only the tables. The idea is to do that daily, with some recovery put in as necessary. The dice throws at the end are complete – trust me, I was shocked about the number of 1’s, ie 150rep sessions. I did rearrange them though – the iPad gave me three 1’s on a row which I felt was excessive…

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A HIIT programming tool

I want to do some more snatching to improve my various tests (eg “Snatch 5min” and “Snatch 200”). I find the programming for this a bit tedious though – I tend to end up doing the same thing all the time. Enter a pair of dice to determine what snatch workout to do. But how exactly to do it?

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5-3-2

After yesterday’s post on Jim Wendler’s 5-3-1 system, I though about how I would probably incorporate into my training. I had a couple of ideas – more of them in another post maybe – but the most important is that I’d probably do 5-3-2

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