Amen Sean! Do you by chance keep a training log? If so, could you, and would you mind making it available? I'll say it again - what you all at LSUS are doing, with the results you are getting, is "mythbusting" stuff, or at least paradigm-shifting stuff, in several ways - the (relative) training (in)frequency, the strength work (so much for "deadlifts make you slow"), the way you periodize, the so-called "bodybuilding" work, the (in)frequency of full lifts from the floor, and more. I am blown away that people are not watching it, dissecting it, and writing more about it. Symptoms of a sleepy sport I guess. Maybe the big spot light turns on when Kendrick jerks 218, which is - what, a macrocycle or two away? But who knows. In any event, best wishes for continued success down in Shre'port.On a separate note, I'd love for you to share what goes through your mid in your pre-lift ritual - what you are doing and thinking from the time you are called, to the time the clock runs down, to the moment you fire off a lift. You have some of us on the edge of our seat until you finally push off - and then you are remarkably consistent, and producing results. You remind me of some of my favorite lifters, who would seemingly deliberately wait until there was 5 seconds left, then go. Would love to hear about your launch sequence.
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