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I just want to consolidate some items that I plan on reading over the next few weeks, most of which are off of James Smith’s page, per Ricky Frausto’s Reading List.

The Ulterior Motive By Dave Tate with James Smith

Athletic Preparation or Destruction By James Smith

Interview with James Smith By Jason Ferruggia

Strength and Power Development Considerations for Young Athletes By James Smith

Training for Mixed Martial Arts- Interview with James Smith by Jason Ferruggia

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January 26, 2010 - Posted by | Uncategorized

4 Comments »

  1. Good article on MMA. Follows the training for sports specific aspects over generic strength. Got me thinking…. I wonder how much time is needed training in the sport and training to maintain vo2 max? Also wonder what types of aerobic conditioning is more productive ie crosstfit metcon, swiming, ect….

    just my 2 cents….

    Comment by Andy | January 27, 2010

  2. Ahhhh…good old VO2 Max. The most overhyped correlate of athletic performance thus far discovered.

    Andy, you get a punch in the penis next time I see you for mentioning VO2 Max on my blog.

    Much love.

    Comment by Brian PCF | January 27, 2010

  3. No Nutritional Reads?

    Comment by Harlow | January 29, 2010

  4. penis punch…. that sounds worse than peepee slap lol. only heard this from guys who were in the Navy.

    agreed about vo2 max. always thought it was odd that some athletes (many that i have seen) with a high vo2max could not do 10 pushups in a row. but someone thought they were fit.

    Comment by Andy F | January 30, 2010


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