Warm-up ten minutes (bike, row, run, etc....)
Push-press, 15-10-5-3-3-3 reps.
Push-press, two minutes.
1. Start very light, work to heavy. Fifteen rep set and ten rep set are warm-ups.
2. With each set increase rest between sets as load increases and reps decrease.
3. Final effort is with plateless bar. Looking for max heart rate. Don't stop.
"If you aren't playing well, the game isn't as much fun. When that happens I tell
myself just to go out and play the game as I did when I was a kid."
- Tom Watson
Low rep/heavy load training is agreed to be ideal for developing strength. High
rep/low load training (bike, run, swim, row) is agreed to be ideal for developing
cardio respiratory endurance. Yet moderate load/moderate rep training seems
to have little regard in the training community. This is an absurdity that cannot be
logically defended. Peter Twist, strength and conditioning coach for the
Vancouver Canucks understands this:
Posted by at December 4, 2001 3:57 PM