[i]Originally posted by 400Stud[/i]
I see where you're coming from, Gov, but at the same time, how do you expect to fully maximize gaining potential in either aspect (strength and endurance) if you don't single-out each component and work on them individually? You can get some strength in through the weights, plyos, aerobic endurance (ext. tempo) and build speed as well, w/o having to combine the two, minimizing gains.
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I understand why you're asking that question. However, as we all know ext. tempo is not necessarily a training method to make you faster, nor does it attack your CNS. So it would seem to me that you can effectively add tempo to ANY workout, as long as it is not overkill. I add it to my CNS days (Mon. Wed. Fri.) as a form of warmdown, a means to develop endurance, and simply as a change of pace. Any thoughts?
I will add my weight program also and you can take a look at it and see if all is well. Thanks again.