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GTG

PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2007 10:57 am
by volleyball_man
I'm thinking of another week or two at L1 doing GTG for pullups. I really want to get the "strength before strength endurance."



Any thoughts?

PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2007 11:13 am
by Admin
Try using a weighted belt or vest, that is a good way to get your numbers up.

PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2007 12:19 pm
by Bri3626
I think I'm actually going to incorporate the vest into my workouts. I want to get much stronger and do what we are doing now.

I really want to be able to complete "the girls" by next year if possible.

GTG

PostPosted: Wed Jul 25, 2007 8:33 pm
by pakly001
New to the game. Just started this week at level one. I was reading the posts and found GTG and don't know what the acronym means. Any help would be appreciated.

PostPosted: Wed Jul 25, 2007 10:02 pm
by taifun
Kevin, how about a sticky up top with short explanations of commonly used abbreviations?

Repost from fizzle's log:
volleyball_man wrote:GTG = Grease the Groove. Google it. There are a lot of references to it on the crossfit website as well.

I am doing GTG on pullups. Every day about every hour or so I do 2 pullups - as long as it's convenient. Can't really get away with it at work - yet :twisted:

I will eventually increase this number as my max reps on pullups - about 5 or 6 - goes up.

Do frequent small workouts. I actually did this intuitively with pushups about a year ago - every time I went downstairs in our house - I did 10 pushups.

taifun wrote:
Grease the Groove for Strength
GTG and Ladders in Martial Arts Training - Just sub pushups or whatever for kicks and punches.

And a book: Naked Warrior has some decent info inbetween some fluff.


Admin wrote:For more in depth info on GTG google "neuro synaptic synaptic facilitation" I think that is the meet behaind Pavel's GTG.

Here is a good article
http://cbass.com/Synaptic.htm

PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2007 3:00 am
by Gotti
I'm on my 4th day for GTG (Pavel's Hit the Deck program) for pushups / situps and yesterday was a lot of work! 60% every 45min really exhausted me, especially since I am able to do them at work, which is a 12hour shift, and I didn't sleep well which was MORE time for pushups... so I am very much looking forward to today.

No real idea if it works, guess we shall see in another week and a half