INCOMING COLUMBIA WRESTLING FRESHMAN HUNTER DUSOLD integrating multiple training protocols for advancing the complex & expedient integration of biomotor qualities necessary for high wrestling/fight sport performance
We are fortunate to have a varotiry of training protocols to improve neuromuscular, musculoskeletal/connective tissue qualities to enhance fightsport performance.
Triphasic training, various techniques in Post-Activation are examples of such. In many cases these qualities are improved during performance training in greater isolation & with differing bioenergetic requirements than the demands which occur during the competition itself & often all qualities must be manifested within split seconds
My questions for some time have been: When training & improving these qualities in a conditioning program, how do we enhance their immediate integration in match with far more taxing bioenergetic demands, is it necessary, or does wrestling practice as example further integrate these qualities addressed & improved upon in a conditioning program?
I am not sure.
What Hunter is doing here as practice & season arrive soon is -
1) Hex deads at about 80% 1RM largely concentric muscle action focus (strength of course)
2) A post activation plyo broad jump with quick hop, (power and tendon)
3) Basic fight sport motor skill subsequent, the shot seen here
4) Lift and brief isometric hold of this fat 204Ib man with the intent of potentially furthering neural drive and recruitment at then end of the complex.
5) My hope is there may also be a psychomotor component connection with this training protocol to the mat.
Research specific to this question is available but needs to be pieced together to an extent to answer the thought.
Nevertheless, PRIMUM NON NOCERE, & I am comfortable that it will not harm his performance with this & at 138Ibs at this time his shot is quick (around 4/10ths of a second) & he is lifting me with a 66Ib advantage as if I were an empty milk
Lead researchers such as @shawnarent
@drandygalpin @drcpeacock can better answer these questions & thoughts from Coach @darustrong & @docmcamp are of great value. Yes, you too @hon7dav