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power/oly help

I am looking for a little help on a routine combining both powerlifting and oly lifting. I want to be powerful (oly) but I also want to get thick (powerlifting). Can anyone help me with some ideas? I would also like to throw in some odd object... So right now im thinking 1 odd object day, 2 powerlifting days with maybe an oly lift on each of those PL'ing days, cleans and pushpress or something. Any help is greatly appreciated.
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    help2001
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    RE: power/oly help 2003/11/11 21:50:25 (permalink)
    Why people fink us powerlifters r fick?

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    trickyricky
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    RE: power/oly help 2003/11/12 00:09:48 (permalink)
    it sounds similar to what i have done in the past, i do oly stuff first because the powerlifts likk your speed for the rest of the session and also the oly lifts need more technique so do them fresh, its a four day routine snatch then bench, next day clean and jerk followed by front squats a day off then snatch and bench/ assistance, next day clean and jerk and back squats, also you can add in various pulls etc after the oly lifts
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    RE: power/oly help 2003/11/12 08:51:25 (permalink)
    atm I do 2 Pl and 2 OL sessions a week. OL sessions are not necessarily that draining as the idea is to keep them short and sweet with quality over quantity. It's perfectly feasible to do OL ni the morning then PL in the evening. depends how much spare time you have.
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    RE: power/oly help 2003/11/12 13:56:05 (permalink)
    Ok Il give a real answer

    I train with some athletes and they use a routine like this:

    M: Dynamic day(oly lifts mostly)

    W: Push

    F: Pull

    If you want more detail jujust say
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    RE: power/oly help 2003/11/12 18:30:52 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by help2001

    Why people fink us powerlifters r fick?





    Man, that took a few re-reads to get! Wasn't that funny either [:p]
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    RE: power/oly help 2003/11/12 21:28:16 (permalink)
    yeah, all that lifting slows us down [:P]
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    RE: power/oly help 2003/11/13 18:35:17 (permalink)
    yes help2001, if you could give me details I would most appreciate it.
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    RE: power/oly help 2003/11/13 18:48:38 (permalink)
    Monday:
    Clean or snatch or a variation of either for 5 progressivley heavier singles (only max out ever month or longer)
    jerk or high pulls for 3 progressivley heavier singles (only max out ever month or longer)
    plyometrics/jump squats

    Wed:
    Squat - reps and sets vary but always under 15 reps for total working sets (ie 5,3,3,2 or 4,4,4 etc)
    bench - same sets as squat
    dips - try to stay under 7 reps for 2 sets

    Fri:
    deads - 5 progressivley heavier singles (only max out ever month or longer)
    chins/pull ups 3 x less than 6
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