mmmm okei I'm a little worried about some things, I hope that you guys can tell me how much do this affect:
I can't do weights due to a strange pain in the lowest part of the knee, right in the insertion of the patellar tendon caused by " the normal grown of a guy of 17 years", I can normally run, jump, etc, also I can do some lifts, like cleans, snatch, etc, but when I do squats it starts hurting me on that site…so I have till today around 3 months of no squats…
How much does not doing squats in a time could affect my progression??
also I planing to start cleaning, snatching, bench pressing, etc, but I think that the squats is the most important workout for a sprinter/jumper…but I don't know…so please help me guys
somehting strange here is the next things also if someone can explain I will be happy:
after 3 months of no lifts and just 2 weeks of little jog and my normal grown pain…my coach put me to chek a 300 and I do it in shoes in 37.45 …the strange thing here is that this is my PB because at the end of the past season I checked in spikes 37.78…why?
at the next day I checked the standing LJ and I jump 2.90 meters, I know thats not a huge jump, but my PB of the past seasonwas 2.71 meters…again same situation
afew minutes afyter the standing LJ I cheked the standing Triple Jump and I jump 11.59 meters…40 cm more than my past season PB in the standing TJ…
I don't know what the hell is happening with me, I feel myself confused because I haven't lift in 3 months and I come back to trainings with better marks than the past season when I've lifted a lot.
I'm a 45' Tjumper and a poor 20' Ljumper, so I would be happi to know If I can improve to 47' in TJ and 21' in LJ??…. with NO SQUATS this season
Thanks for the replies
PD- sorry about the poor grammar I'm from Mexico