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    Posted: 2/13/15 at 12:55pm
Pro Bros.....When do you transition from off season to pre season programming?

How many months / weeks in advance of your "season" do you change your programming to a "pre-season" type programming and not just a lifting.

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Bout 6 weeks before the meat of the season (aka May/June)

Usually.

But I play it by ear. 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote rknebel Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 2/13/15 at 8:37pm
I haven't been at it as long as a lot of guys but similar to what Jeff said.   About 6-8 weeks or so, but for the first couple weeks I will work throwing in around lifting and the rest of the time I will work lifting in around throwing.
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6-8 weeks. Takes a few weeks to knock the rust off. Then few tuning everything up. Gotta get used to your new off season strength and mass ;)

Back in the day when I would throw at early games like Phoenix, I was always in a big darn rush to get ready. Trying to be ready in just a couple weeks never worked well for me. Plus I was having to throw in the snow. Those days are over. Found it much more productive to have a long off season and start with games in May.
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Thanks Jeff, Robin and Ryan.....and you too Cray Cray.
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The "transition" is exactly what I've screwed up on the last couple years.  I've planned too many "peaks" during the season with speed phases, and my strength that I worked hard on went poo poo.  I did get some solid advice from Smashy, and expect a different outcome this year.
 
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