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    Re: Total Access-Troy's Workout

    i've done similar training before and i have to say it is extreme.
    most atheletes train the hell out of their slow twitch muscle fibers making them extremely good at endurance. but when you combine slow twitch endurance workouts with intense fast twitch movements... man it's crazy how much more athletic you become.
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    Re: Total Access-Troy's Workout

    give me the steel, because that looks like it hurts

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    the first time i did it, i didn't ever want to do it again. talk about sore. damn i couldn't move the next day. when i went to the gym i just sat in the cold and hot tubs for about an hour...
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    Re: Total Access-Troy's Workout

    Looks like his level of play decreased when he stopped these training methods. I'm all for this!!

    Now, if he can just stopped being used on kamikazi missions, I'll be even more satisfied.

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    Re: Total Access-Troy's Workout

    Quote Originally Posted by Ozey74
    Looks like his level of play decreased when he stopped these training methods. I'm all for this!!

    Now, if he can just stopped being used on kamikazi missions, I'll be even more satisfied.

    Kamikazi is the crux of Troy's intensity and style of play. The guy knows no other way of playing, which has been his primary nemesis while trying to get back from injury. He's either aggravated the previous injury or created a new one due to compensation. I don't see him changing the core player that he is, this is why his shelf life will more than likely be limited because of the killer instincts that he possesses.

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    Re: Total Access-Troy's Workout

    Quote Originally Posted by asiansteel
    Quote Originally Posted by Ozey74
    Looks like his level of play decreased when he stopped these training methods. I'm all for this!!

    Now, if he can just stopped being used on kamikazi missions, I'll be even more satisfied.

    Kamikazi is the crux of Troy's intensity and style of play. The guy knows no other way of playing, which has been his primary nemesis while trying to get back from injury. He's either aggravated the previous injury or created a new one due to compensation. I don't see him changing the core player that he is, this is why his shelf life will more than likely be limited because of the killer instincts that he possesses.
    I think if he can limit going against 300+ lb offensive limeman, his play & health can benefit. I would much rather he throw his body full force into a member of the offense whose # isn't in the 60's or 70's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oviedo
    Quote Originally Posted by rpmpit
    Saw that and I agree. Troy is on his way back.

    But were you a little uncomfortable with Todd Marinovich's dad being the head trainer? I don't know, it just seemed a little weird.
    No one ever questioned for one milisecond Todd Marinovich's physical abilities. He was an outstanding athlete which "Dad the trainer" gets credit for. "Dad the parent" may be a traininwreck, but it is an apples and oranges comparison.

    I think a great deal of Todd's problems were Todd and personal responsibility. He got out on his own outside of the structured environment his dad created and he could no handle it. Todd being an idiot doesn't reflect at all on his Dad's ability to be trainer.
    Children need a certain amount of structure...but they also need to learn from an early age how to handle freedom. If you bind and constantly dictate to children...they miss out on the lessons that poor decisions bring. You want them to make the mistakes while you can still catch them...keep them from falling too hard. I have seen this scenerio time and time again. Overly protective, controlling parents producing adult children making horrific personal choices...once given a bit of freedom. It's sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShawnMedGuy
    Quote Originally Posted by Oviedo
    Quote Originally Posted by rpmpit
    Saw that and I agree. Troy is on his way back.

    But were you a little uncomfortable with Todd Marinovich's dad being the head trainer? I don't know, it just seemed a little weird.
    No one ever questioned for one milisecond Todd Marinovich's physical abilities. He was an outstanding athlete which "Dad the trainer" gets credit for. "Dad the parent" may be a traininwreck, but it is an apples and oranges comparison.

    I think a great deal of Todd's problems were Todd and personal responsibility. He got out on his own outside of the structured environment his dad created and he could no handle it. Todd being an idiot doesn't reflect at all on his Dad's ability to be trainer.
    Children need a certain amount of structure...but they also need to learn from an early age how to handle freedom. If you bind and constantly dictate to children...they miss out on the lessons that poor decisions bring. You want them to make the mistakes while you can still catch them...keep them from falling too hard. I have seen this scenerio time and time again. Overly protective, controlling parents producing adult children making horrific personal choices...once given a bit of freedom. It's sad.
    Well spoken.
    I could not agree more.

    As far as #43, I'm impressed, I think he comes back in a big way this year.
    Would sorely like to see him smacking someone across the middle for a ff, or maybe even jumping a couple of routes for more picks, rather than playing auxiliary lb.

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