In conclusion u guys bash my training when really the routines u are doing aren't helping u get much stronger than am. A couple pounds more on ur totals but only in squats. Give me 3-4 weeks and I'll pass that weight too. But not only that I will have increased my endurance, speed, flexibility, explosion, balance. Rodja telling me how knowledgable u are an how u have a masters isn't impressive when Youve clearly been doing this for years and ur older than I am. All of u other guys that are riding rodjas jock seriously need to get ur own POV on things and stop saying the exact same things he says and stop kissing his ass cuz he has a masters and "says" he knows so much. I'm getting off this site it's only for bodybuilders and people that are close minded to routines that they aren't familiar with. Rodja... Deuces. A 19 year old coffee distributor tht doesn't have a masters degree and hasn't studied anything regarding nutrition other than things he's read on the Internet is almost at par with u.
In conclusion, I'm going to leave because I can't come up with an intelligent rebuttal and don't like to be criticized. I know what I'm doing even though I constantly ask for advice and direction and will argue endlessly with advice that I don't like or take to be a personal attack. My mommy says I'm special and that's all that matters.
Do you think Hany Rambod, or Chris Aceto could ever amount to the bodybuilders they prep(Heath, Cutler, Big Ced, etc)? Does it take away from their expertise?
Look at your IDOL Mark Riptoe. Dude looks like a bloated piece of donkey ****, isn't even strong, yet he still knows his stuff and is highly regarded as a strength coach. Go call him out.
Someone like Rodja built a great strength base, and while he might not be pulling elite totals, the fact that he has at least walked the walk, coupled with his knowledge gives him credibility.
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135lbs for grace is not very much weight... most lifters can just muscle it up. If you watch Donny Shackle on youtube there is a vid of him doing it for fun after a weightlifting comp of hitting a clean and jerk for like 180kgs. He does grace in 1:47... great by most standards (Cross fitting ones), before this he has had no more than 2 consecutive reps in his 1 yr leading up to the competition. For the oly lifts I rarely go above 3, form freaking goes to hell at more than 5.
On behalf of the OP, Cross Fit Foot Ball is pretty good for a foot ball player. variation of strong lifts/ 531 for 1 exercise a day, and maybe some sled drags/pushes, or something for the day and that's it (Should be run parallel with football practice)
Not the "Best" but then again the best program for a football player would be one by a smart coach that will be able to work on his player correctly to make sure the athlete reaches his full potential w/o burning out or getting injured.
Blah, nothing is more annoying than the constant "I can lift more than you therefore my opinion on program X matters more than yours mentality."
Let's leave out logic, science, and rationale and just all do whatever program the strongest person in the world does. Clearly it must be right for everyone. Not directed at anyone, but I hate when threads on exercise science evolve into the e-lifting contest.
OP eat one of these a day, it'll solve all of your problems!
If you don't like people offering their aducated opinion about something, then don't post it in an exercise science thread. Many of us who have a clear understanding of certain systems in the body, athletic conditioning, nutrition etc. etc. only offer sound advice based on months, if not years of research. I'm not here to have a go, but we are not here to be condesending or think we are better than anyone, however your responses should also be based on science and not on heresay.
Just thought id clear that up.