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    Mike Young on #66585

    We do extensive tempo from the very beginning…especially the long sprinters, who do it 2x / week. The short sprinters do it 1x / week.

    We do tons of GS year round. The overall volume doesn't vary that much. It pretty much stays the same (+/- 10%) all year round. I just switch up the actual series of exercises and sometimes the means of execution. I kinda view the low intensity GS work as the 'glue that binds things together.' It's a critical component of my programs.

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    J Kilgore on #66586

    How do you count your GS work…time doing it?  # of circuits, exercises, reps completed?  Do you have a conversion of GS work to tempo?

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    Kebba Tolbert on #66587

    I don't know that I personally ever "quantify" GS work in the sense that I may do with Oly Lifts (sets per week or micro), Acc Dev (meters), or tempo (meters)…..  With GS i normally look at it as "basic" or "advanced", "core", postural, spinal, or fascial. 

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    Mike Young on #66588

    I'm similar to Kebba. I don't try to make an exact equivalency for GS with tempo or any other work. I tend to clasify based on the specific demand of the mode and insert in the training plan where I feel that training stimulus is most needed. A really general equivalency that seems to work well is time. For example, I'll send my long sprinters out on an extensive tempo workout and have my short sprinters do a GS or MB circuit that lasts about the same length of total time as the extensive tempo workout.

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    utfootball4 on #69021

    They are excellent!  Well worth the price in my opinion.  I have all 3 discs (but one of them was faulty so I'm awaiting a replacement).  Maybe you could email brian.kropman@ualberta.ca and ask about the DVD compatibility concern.

    Can you go into more details bout these dvd’s, how would they compare to cf gpp and van dvd’s?

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    tkaberna on #70837

    I tried to purchase the double disc set called Biomechanics Conference 2005 with Dan Pfaff and Brian Kropman said they are sold out and not making anymore discs. He said it is going to be all online in a couple of months but I would not prefer to wait that long. I was wondering if anyone would be willing to sell these two discs to me? I would be willing to give you what you paid for them. Please let me know. Take care.

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    Kebba Tolbert on #70878

    Many of you may be interested in this Dan Pfaff DVD. FOr $40 it has all of the Medball/Gen Strength Routines/Multijump/MultiThrow Routines demonstrated. The proceeds help Dan and his training group in California.

    https://www.trivalleyvault.com/Training_DVDs.html

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    tkaberna on #70895

    This video is very good. I received it two days ago and have tried some of the routines myself. I would highly recommend it for people wishing to increase their bank of different exercises for gs routines and multi jump routines.

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    burkhalter on #71164

    Excellent video.

    Goes through all the circuits with examples of each exercise. Now no one has to ask what an exercise is.

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    underdog_19 on #103394

    Bringing an old thread back from the dead.

    Anyone know where to find Pfaff’s DVDs? The link provided is dead.

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