bill starr's routine v.soccer season

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  1. ware_ru

    ware_ru I know, I know, I'm amazing

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    I'm headed off to college in a couple of days and I'm going to be playing club soccer, which means about 4 days of intense soccer each week for about 90-120 minutes each. I haven't done the Bill Starr routine yet but obviously it's very intense and I don't want to overtrain or hurt myself by doing too much with the soccer and the routine. Should I do the routine, or should I find another one? If so, can you recommend one?

    And I know, I know, I have to eat blah blah blah
     
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  2. khari

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    Give it a shot. If it's too much, then scale back a bit as you go along.
     
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    that would be tough on your legs
     
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    it'll be tough at first but your body will adjust.

    I do a slightly modified version of it, and train martial arts for 5-6 days a week, 1-3 hours a day. :dunno:
     
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    Can you post a link to the routine?
     
  6. ware_ru

    ware_ru I know, I know, I'm amazing

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    please
     
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    It's right in the archives... "here's what built me a base" -christophers
     
  8. InFesteD

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    i've been on this chris's routine and it has made me a base like no other..i wish i did this 5 years ago...no problems with this workout that i can see...

    the plus is adding only 5-10lbs gradually...thats what i've been doing and going into my 3rd month:

    squat up 30lbs
    deads up 90lbs - learned correct technique
    bench up 10lbs- its a plus for me.
    bentover rows up 20lbs

    nothing but good results...
     
  9. ware_ru

    ware_ru I know, I know, I'm amazing

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    I know the routine, but I would like to know of a version designed for someone doing intense cardio several times a week. Actually, this might answer the question: was Bill Starr's routine created for football players to use DURING the football season, or offseason?
     
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