Re: Any tips for a newbie?
thanks for the input fellas, it’s top drawer advice.
i’m sure i speak for everyone on the forum when i say it’s a privilige to get feedback from two guys who work at the sharp end of the industry.
following from your comments about transfer, i read a great article on training for sports “specificity”. pretty much backs up what you guys are saying: become a better athlete in the gym, and a better player on the training field.
if you’re interested it’s in the october 2006 UK Strength and Conditioning Association journal, written by a guy called daniel cleather.