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04-18-2012, 04:20 PM
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Interesting, I'll bookmark that for later. I read through a lot of his pieces on whatever his hockey website is and found a few that had some circuits on them.

So in your view, if you had to design a general conditioning program for a recreational athlete, would you switch between traditional weightlifting and unilateral every few months? Or try and work the two together (say same workout or alternating workouts)?

I've always had issues trying to find an in-season workout program and that's something I'm after. Not needing a squat rack would be a plus considering I might be in an apartment for a couple years until I can find a house. Single-leg dumbbell work, front squat cleans, deadlifts, trap bar, that kind of stuff. Putting it all together is just a mental nightmare though.

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