Q and A with John Thrush I though was pertinent
How important is it to modify training based on individual weightlifters?
It is infinitely important. This is the heart and soul of the art of coaching. Anybody coaching at any level beyond a beginner does this untold numbers of times a workout in many obvious and many not so obvious ways. There always needs to be structure in training. You have to have a plan – you can’t just shotgun your way in the gym. You come in with a plan of what you want to get done both in terms of exercises but also generally in terms of where you want the athlete to go in terms of percentages that day, if possible. But that’s where the journey gets interesting. The coach has to have the perception to try and discern the optimal training situation for that day, that moment. The better he is, the better the athlete will be ultimately.
A. Build quickly to a tough but not 1RM in the Power Clean - take no more than 7 minutes; rest 60 sec ONLY after last set before B
B. 1-10 CTB chin up ladder for time; rest 60 sec before C
C. AMRAP DB Burpees in 2 minutes - 25/15#/h
post loads for A, time for B and reps for C to comments
work on speed through the middle for the PC
risk failure on the CTB chin ups in late sets
chest to deck on ALL burpees, even with DB's; jump with arms at sides and DB's in hand, please.