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Unread 05-13-2011, 04:43 PM
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If something is less muscularly efficient, something else has to work harder.
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Good article:
- It's a rugby field.
- Lower level MMA can be 2 or 3 minute rounds.

An article on training for mixed sports would be great. Specifically relating to having to periodize.
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The bit about field, pitch, rink was meant to be

a. humor
b. making fun of American ignorance about the game
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Good article:
- It's a rugby field.
- Lower level MMA can be 2 or 3 minute rounds.

An article on training for mixed sports would be great. Specifically relating to having to periodize.
http://complementarytraining.blogspo...-training.html
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Thanks, that was an excellent set of articles.

Below is a gem:

The concept of doing in conditioning what is not done in skill sessions in terms of energy system development
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Thanks, that was an excellent set of articles.

Below is a gem:

The concept of doing in conditioning what is not done in skill sessions in terms of energy system development
Yes, this is where folks make major mistakes. They analyze the sport and go "Ok, competitino is this type of metabolic work" and conclude that ALL metabolic work shoudl be identical. But if you're already doing heavy anaerobic work in your actual skill training sessions, how much more should you be doing in your specific conditioning sessions?
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Exactly.
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