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Very good programming that anyone can follow

Postby Weib » Sat Aug 01, 2009 6:40 pm

http://greyskullelite.blogspot.com/

CF greyskull - strength bias with very sane programming, worth while program to look at.

Coach Rutherford - http://www.coachrut.blogspot.com/

Crossfit Kansas City - split strength/metcon
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Re: Very good programming that anyone can follow

Postby galapogos » Sat Aug 01, 2009 7:11 pm

I like this piece...

About 4 years ago it came to my attention that my athletes were, as a general state, weak. This was no fault of their own as they came from backgrounds that included running, biking and a generally active lifestyles, but few if any had participated in formalized strength and conditioning. The general Crossfit programming I followed certainly improved their general conditioning however NO ONE rolled into my gym and turned a Fran or Diane at diagnostic loading. I by contrast turned pretty impressive numbers on these CrossFit standards almost from day-1 due to my background as a reasonably good powerlifter (565sqt, 565 DL, 345 bench at 181lbs). My experience with CrossFit was that of a strong athlete becoming a FIT athlete. I assumed my clients would follow a similar trajectory...this error can be chalked up to being Green as a coach and thinking that my journey would be every one's journey. It was about this time that Rutman shot an email to me with a template that included some max effort work rolled systematically into standard metabolic conditioning. At first I did not see the power of this method, but even I can be only so dense. If my clients lacked strength and technicality, they needed to lift consistently to address the issue.

Fast forward nearly 5 years and my gym is full of STRONG and FIT people. Our affiliate won the overhead squat/pull up workout at the CrossFit Games by 10 points and we placed 3rd overall. I keep hearing a purely randomized approach is the best way to complete fitness. I ran my gym in a randomized fashion, then I followed Coach Rut's ME Black Box and have produced not only top level CrossFitters, but also champion athletes from a number of sports. If you actually EARN your living coaching people you figure this stuff out eventually! Thank you to Coach Rut for making me a better coach and for helping to make CrossFit NorCal one of the best gyms around.

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Re: Very good programming that anyone can follow

Postby M.Hunter » Sat Aug 01, 2009 7:45 pm

Lol i like :

Where egos are buried and monsters are born.
Squats can only strengthen, tear or break something. Strengthening, tearing and breaking is totally awesome. Thus squats are awesome.
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Re: Very good programming that anyone can follow

Postby buttercup » Sun Aug 02, 2009 9:51 am

M.Hunter wrote:Lol i like :

Where egos are buried and monsters are born.


yea thats cool. i like :

Frogs cannot swallow without blinking.


and

The chances of you dying on the way to get your lottery tickets is greater than your chances of winning.
lol.
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Re: Very good programming that anyone can follow

Postby Weib » Fri Aug 07, 2009 11:41 am

Working "hard," or the perception of working hard, doesn't really mean anything. Sweating, vomiting, and breathing hard could be a good workout or a tropical disease kicking in.-Dan John
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Re: Very good programming that anyone can follow

Postby galapogos » Sat Aug 08, 2009 6:40 pm

May be a bit OT, but an interesting blog response/article

http://lifthard.com/2009/07/31/a-commen ... t-crossfit

Brent makes a lot of sense.
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Re: Very good programming that anyone can follow

Postby Weib » Tue Oct 06, 2009 4:27 pm

greyskull threw in the towel.
http://greyskullarticles.blogspot.com/2 ... mails.html

Seems Coach Rip is going down the same path too.
http://strengthmill.net/forum/showthread.php?t=7127
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Re: Very good programming that anyone can follow

Postby h » Wed Oct 07, 2009 11:37 pm

it may not be an appropriate comparision...

you probably could get a decent sandwich and a milk shake at the original mcd.
the 1,000,000th franchise is not serving anything close to the original...
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Re: Very good programming that anyone can follow

Postby Weib » Thu Oct 08, 2009 2:12 am

Well they switch McD (Rip) with BK (Tate).
Paleo (Robb Wolf) with Zone (Sears).

Soon the Blackbox guys will be a splinter cell - http://blackboxsummit.typepad.com/black ... bout-.html
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Re: Very good programming that anyone can follow

Postby h » Thu Oct 08, 2009 9:25 am

i have no idea what you posted
...and i don't think you got what i posted either.
some things never change. lol
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Re: Very good programming that anyone can follow

Postby KEVIN LIM » Fri Oct 09, 2009 9:06 pm

Weib wrote:Well they switch McD (Rip) with BK (Tate).
Paleo (Robb Wolf) with Zone (Sears).

Soon the Blackbox guys will be a splinter cell - http://blackboxsummit.typepad.com/black ... bout-.html



WTF are you talking about, we didnt switch Rip with Dave. Dave is just an addition. And both the paleo and Zone have always been the 2 options, there is no cancelling of either one from the programme.
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Re: Very good programming that anyone can follow

Postby jerry.mobbs » Fri Oct 09, 2009 11:14 pm

Weib wrote:Well they switch McD (Rip) with BK (Tate).
Paleo (Robb Wolf) with Zone (Sears).

Soon the Blackbox guys will be a splinter cell - http://blackboxsummit.typepad.com/black ... bout-.html


twat

dave tate is referred to way back on the the main page in 2005/6 if i recall

the programming is constantly changing

this is because more and more people are doing it and their results affect the programming

you still don't get it do you
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Re: Very good programming that anyone can follow

Postby Weib » Wed Nov 25, 2009 1:00 pm

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Re: Very good programming that anyone can follow

Postby peter » Wed Nov 25, 2009 1:24 pm

Weib wrote:http://robbwolf.com/?p=976

told ya.


That was a rather disturbing case of unprofessionalism, it's going to be interesting to see CF HQ's public response on the matter.
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Re: Very good programming that anyone can follow

Postby galapogos » Wed Nov 25, 2009 1:36 pm

Weib wrote:http://robbwolf.com/?p=976

told ya.


Robb Wolf wrote:I told him I was NOT bashing the Zone but you CANNOT weigh and measure shit food and get the same results.


told ya.
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Re: Very good programming that anyone can follow

Postby Weib » Mon Nov 30, 2009 8:13 am

http://www.board.crossfit.com/showpost. ... ostcount=1

damn! Wished i was this accurate with predicting 4d results.

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Re: Very good programming that anyone can follow

Postby Weib » Sat Dec 19, 2009 5:26 pm

http://robbwolf.com/?p=1053
http://performancemenu.com/forum/showthread.php?t=4923

We received communication last night from CF Legal that our affiliate license was to be terminated today. Greg Everett (Catalyst Athletics) received the same notice.


the exodus will begin now.
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