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  • #36995

    Joe Kenn
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    Coach,

    Prilepin cycles are still my cycles of choice for the majority of strength and power development.

    You can still utilize the cycles for the strength endurance and general conditioning. Those cycles are solid. I prefer to use volume accumulation cycles now for that stage.

    There is no total body cycling for strength endurance, etc, because I do not agree with high volume sets for most of these exercise choices. Max reps would be 6 for Olympic Pulls, 5 for full catch and deadlifts, and if using a trap bar you could use strength endurance cycles

    My simplistic answers to choice is based on what is the intent of the tier. If the goal of the tier is Sub maximal, or maximal strength then prilepin would be my choice. If it is dynamic Effort, 6-15 x 2 at lower percentages and accommodating resistance for experienced lifters. For the modified repeated effort method – volume accumulation training.

    Hope this helps

    Best Success and Word’S Win
    Coach House

  • #34451

    Joe Kenn
    Keymaster

    Sorry for missing this, I check one a week and for some reason this is the first I am seeing this. Tell me what you are looking for and I will look for examples to upload. Again, I apologize

    Best Success and Word’s Win
    Coach

  • #34345

    Joe Kenn
    Keymaster

    Jared,
    Either or is fine – Remember by classifying your Tier 1 movement of the day as Dynamic – you are stating that the intent of effort is going to be maximum concentric acceleration regardless of movement. So, choice of movement is not the so called issue, it’s making sure you utilize the correct training percentage and rep range to illicit the response you are looking for.

    Best Success and Words Win
    Coach House

  • #33783

    Joe Kenn
    Keymaster

    I recommend Volume Accumulation Training for newcomers into an organized program for the first time.

    For beginners learning a new skill I recommend,
    Starting with 15 x 1 that’s 15 sets of 1 rep. This is the best way to teach a skill. Perform a rep, step away, get coached, perform another rep.
    Next week 15×2 then 15×3, followed by 5×5

    Then you create a plan of 4 week waves of accumulating volume in various rep ranges with flat loads
    Week 1 5×5 ascending loads until a tough 5 rep set is accomplished
    Week 2 5×6 same loads
    Week 3 5×3 same loads
    Week 4 5×8 same loads.

    This is one example. You can go 8-10-6-12 etc

    We do not offer templates for our programming at this time

    Best Success and Words Win
    Coach House

  • #33748

    Joe Kenn
    Keymaster

    David,
    In my thought process I see this as a Tier 1-3 movement. For us it is a Tier 1 movement for Skill Players and it is in a rotation of Tier 1 movements for Front 7 Players.

    Rep Schemes
    3-6 have been utilized, but I am leaning to 5-6 for Block work and using 3’s from the deck.

    Too simple a movement not utilize and you get a lot of bang for you buck

    Best Success and Words Win
    Coach House.

  • #33607

    Joe Kenn
    Keymaster

    The sets scheme for traditional is a starting spot. If you are using the pre programmed cycles for tier 1 movements you may have less than 6 working sets. I would recommend in this case adjusting lower tiers sets based in on tier 1 sets.

    For example
    Tier 1 5 sets
    Tier 2 4
    Tier 3 3
    Tier 4/5 2

    Tier 1 6
    Tier 2 5
    Tier 3 4
    Tier 4/5 3

    Tier 1 4
    Tier 2/3 3
    Tier 4/5 2

    Hope this helps

    Best Success and Words Win
    Coach

  • #33541

    Joe Kenn
    Keymaster

    All the DVD’s material come from my presentations from my 3 years of Elite Athletic Development Seminars with Mike Robertson. So, if you have purchased these products you already have the info.
    2 DVD’s

    Block Zero
    Gives you a framework of how to introduce structure programming to newcomers to strength training. It gives you a template to build off and practical on field teaching movements and drills

    Tier System
    Goes in depth into how the tier System template was created and why, how to assimilate extra density work (adding in movements without losing the integrity of the program) and the we build a program with help from clinicians. This is a 7dvd set. 5 from one seminar,2 from another.

    Periodization
    This 5dvd set goes into Periodization of the annual plan, micro, meso, macro cycles, and intermixed Periodization and how it related to the tier System.

    Hope this helps

  • #33399

    Joe Kenn
    Keymaster

    To be honest, I am not aware of one other than our Coach’s Strength Training Playbook that speaks to specific program design for an sporting athlete versus a strength athlete. The one book I did enjoy and got a lot of reaffirmation from was Athletic Development by Vern Gambetta. Other than that there are the typical rec’s of Zatsiorsky etc.

    Hope this helps
    Best Success and Words Win
    Coach HOUSE

  • #33003

    Joe Kenn
    Keymaster

    double test

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