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Part 11
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Once again, thank you for a great write-up. If you could find the time and space in the next instalment to discuss the specifics of the Olympic weightlifting, I would be very interested to read what you think.
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Depends on what you mean by specifics. This article series, like so many others is going off the rails and I may need two more parts to cover it all.
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Your explanation in part 13 and 15 is exactly what I wanted to know, thank you. I have a great coach for Olympic weightlifting and powerlifting, but we do not have the time to discuss the theory, I just do what she tells me to do. Btw, it's interesting to see that she also incorporates plyos/jumps/medicine ball throws and kettlebell training in her schemes (plus lots of mobility work).
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Your explanation in part 13 and 15 is exactly what I wanted to know, thank you. I have a great coach for Olympic weightlifting and powerlifting, but we do not have the time to discuss the theory, I just do what she tells me to do. Btw, it's interesting to see that she also incorporates plyos/jumps/medicine ball throws and kettlebell training in her schemes (plus lots of mobility work).
If you look at the way most athletes train, you usually see work all along the continuum. W hether they know the underlying theory or not, they do it

Jumps
KB
power clean/snatch
heavy clean/snatch
max strength

YOu've got low load power, power, high load power, strength-speed, strength. Add a touch of hypertrohpy as needed and you're golden.

I wouldn't be surprised if some OL'ers didn't do short sprints as well but it seems less common.
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Default Metabolic workout example from article

Was read reading this series of articles and in regards to to fat loss workouts...I have a question.

I like the example of:

Monday: Full body Heavy
Tuesday: Full body metabolic work
Wednesday: Off
Thursday: Full body heavy
Friday: Full body Metabolic

In regards to overuse issue with joints and etc...is this avoided because the heavy days are followed by basically light work / pump days?

In regards to being watchful of the shoulder girdle so I am wondering is the above option easier on the shoulders because its using very light weights?

Thanks
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Should be ok given the differences in loading but always watch for signs of issues.
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