Hi, guys! I started to set and share week training plans last week, and you can have free access to this information (Facebook, VK.com, Youtube). Initially, the plan was written for a group of athletes I train. And everyone has a chance to modify, convert it in % and use it in trainings. There is a certain “hunger” in the web on this topic. So, I decided to share the information that was always closed. I’ve based on the suggestions and comments after I’ve posted the first material last week. I decided to finish and symplify those elements which you asked to pay attention to. The first wish – incomprehensible professional lexis that I have already corrected. The second wish – the adaptation of the plan for those athletes who train every day, and those who train three times a week. Therefore, the training plan №2 is adapted to these people and decoded. Read more … Three trainings (Monday – Wednesday – Friday) are basic, for those who can not afford to train every day. Additional trainings (Tuesday – Thursday – Saturday) are for those who train 6 times a week, those who are focused on achieving good results. If you combine with CrossFit: take the basic trainings (Monday – Wednesday – Friday) as the basis, and combine with Crossfit instead of additional trainings. Again, the plan was made in %, which is calculated according to your best results in the Snatch and the Clean&Jerk. In such exercises as the Snatch, the Snatch Pull, the Muscle Snatch and the Snatch Balance it is calculated according to your PR in the Snatch. Such exercises as the Clean Pull, the Squat, the Clean, the Jerk and the Push Press – from your PR in the Clean&Jerk. I had to limit the extreme loads, as the plan is written for an athlete who I don’t see and I can’t correct. But in the coming weeks I’ll you the days on which I’ll recommend to do the record. Only if you feel good!!! As in any other kind of sports, the training load should be figured out with the variability. That promotes good efficiency and recovery. Having 8 years of experience in writing plans for the pre-season period, I tried to remember everything and work it out taking into account the variability of the training load for a month. In the description to the video I’ll put links to training files posted in social networks. You can save and use them in your training program. I’m currently working on a video recordirding about the skill of independent planning of the training load. After watching the series of lessons, you will learn: minimum – to read and understand the series of exercises. Maximum: basic knowledge for planning your own plan for yourself. After all, an athlete who carries out a plan written by another person and doesn’t understand its point – will show poorer result than the one who understands and figures out the meaning of the series of exercises. This topic has been touched for the first time in the web, and I’m sure there will be a lot of questions. Therefore, I ask you: try to formulate your questions as clearly as possible, so that I’ll able to answer correctly. Train right. Good luck and see you!