i m thinking about the plan that Charlie “creates” at the GPP DVD.
I know(and definetly dont have to try :rolleyes: ) that the volume is too much for my body…
Normally i follow the day-by-day-ruler and it usually ends in the order: day1:speed /day2: tempo /day3: rest /day4: speed /day5: tempo /day6: rest / and so on…
The GPP is a bit different, bc of the split routine in weights and the hill sessions, explosive med-balls and so on.
The CNS-stress is spreaded over nearly every day at the beginning.
So i have 2 ideas in the way of reducing the volume(of course i will also reduce in the single sessions), so that i can still use the idea of spreading CNS-stress with the split routine in weights:
just use the usual idea of day-by-day-ruling:
day2:tempo with splitted weights andother CNS related components
So i 'll have just splitted weights: 4 or 6 depending on the number of hill sessions.
The “problem” is just that i will perform sometimes 2, sometimes 3 hill/speed sessions, bc the week has 7 days, which is a odd number
It just makes the volume per week not representative.
(but i could see 8 days as one micro-cycle).
Just perform the GPP according to CF and leave single components simply out.
i.e. : doing the upper-weights on a monday but leaving the hills simply out and doing the lower weights on the next friday but without the tempos.
Doing it every week like this:
Mo hills +upper
Tue tempos + lower
Wed hills +upper
Thu tempos + lower
Sat weight upper and lower + tempo
So we have 4 splitted weights+ 1 complete weight session as in the SPP.
I hope you guys can understand what i mean(at least the ones who “analysed” the GPP-vid )
Any ideas about this a very much appreciated !
PS: i you dont understand what i mean you can email me and ask for the plan that cover all components that are given at the DVD. So you can see what i mean.