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Old 02-02-2010, 10:12 AM
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"After the 12 week cycle described below, Evander recovered quickly from intense activity, even after a series of ten, 3-minute drills. His agility and limit strength levels increased, and his lean Baudot increased from 208 to 218."

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Old 02-02-2010, 08:38 PM
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It's worth reading if you train hard. For instance that 3 minute drill sequence sounds really intense. I'll do some pretty tough workouts but that is just nuts.

The 3-Minute Drill Sequence:
Jog or step-ups to warm up, then

sprint 40 yards
stop and sprint backwards
stop and sprint backwards
jump in place high ten times
get in a pushup position and give me your legs
run forward on your hands
run backward on your hands
run left
run right
jump up and down on your hands 10 times
stop... get up... carioca left 40 yards
carioca right back to me
skip 40 yards
skip backwards back to me
Each 3-minute drill is performed on verbal commands from the trainer. Evander must go for a solid 3 minutes at a heart rate of 180 beats per minute (minimum). After a one minute rest (getting his heart rate back to 110-120) repeat, rest, and repeat again.
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Old 02-04-2010, 05:11 PM
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It's worth reading if you train hard. For instance that 3 minute drill sequence sounds really intense. I'll do some pretty tough workouts but that is just nuts.

The 3-Minute Drill Sequence:
Jog or step-ups to warm up, then

sprint 40 yards
stop and sprint backwards
stop and sprint backwards
jump in place high ten times
get in a pushup position and give me your legs
run forward on your hands
run backward on your hands
run left
run right
jump up and down on your hands 10 times
stop... get up... carioca left 40 yards
carioca right back to me
skip 40 yards
skip backwards back to me
Each 3-minute drill is performed on verbal commands from the trainer. Evander must go for a solid 3 minutes at a heart rate of 180 beats per minute (minimum). After a one minute rest (getting his heart rate back to 110-120) repeat, rest, and repeat again.
that running around on your hands sounds hard!
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