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Old    M-Dizzle (liquidmx)      Join Date: Jun 2005       10-18-2007, 8:58 PM Reply   
With winter approaching I find myself wondering what the following season will bring in regards to progression. What will it take to win at the local outlaw level? A couple of 7's? a 9? But I also find myself wondering what the upper level of riders will be doing in the off season to get to the next level, or sustain the level they are at. It seems there is a upward climbing line of progression which everyone attempts at beating in an effort to move up in the ranks.

So I am curious as to what it takes. What are the upper level of riders doing to stay at or move forward on that line of progression. What does it take to get there and stay there? As with most seasons, its almost like you can expect to tack on another 180 to your hardest spin to compete next season at the same level. Do you agree?

Anyone in the know, what's it take? How many days of off season riding? How many days in the gym? Etc. No need to spill any special programs or secret formulas. I am just curious as to what the guys are planning for the upcoming winter? I am especially curious at those making a push towards the PWT or trying to move up in local divisions. Maybe those who did move up a division this past year? What did it take to get there?

Just curious...
Old    Matt (metz213)      Join Date: Dec 2006       10-19-2007, 8:00 AM Reply   
Heres what I like to do.. 1 session on Mondays Wednesday and Fridays..nothing too crazy just trying to keep the muscle memory and with the flow of things. Tuesdays and Thursdays hit the gym with lower body(squats lunges ect.), abdominal workout, and upper body(bench, rows, ect.) only a couple sets of each tho. Then on Saturdays and Sundays I like to hit up a local gymnastics gym that has open gym and go on the olympic tramp. Mainly to keep the muscle memory with spins, try to throw them more OA. Also different flip trick to keep them dialed and try to add a little more to them. Also just to keep a good balanced diet and keep active. It works for me..hope it helped.

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