I've been on T-Nation since I can remember, so instead of just coming in and reading I thought it was time to finally contribute.
I am a bobsleigh pushing athlete trying to make the Olympic team for Sochi 2014. Next to that I'm looking to compete in weightlifting again next year.
Right now we are in our off season training. Our program:
Monday: Weights (C&J/Snatch)
Tuesday: Sprinting technique
Wednesday: Weights (Lot of pressing movements)
Thursday: Hill sprints
Friday: Weights (Snatch focus)
Saturday: Resisted Sprints
Every weight training is whole body, but every time we focus on a different weightlifting aspect.
Sprints are my biggest problem, I played football (not soccer) since I was 14 and I never focused on anything longer than 40 yrd. So my top speed is really bad (compared to my team mates).
I started bobsleighing last winter, so this is my first off season really training for bobsleigh.
Most recent personal bests:
Squat (Olympic weightlifting style) 1 x 200 KG
Bench 3 x 132,5 kg
Power Clean 1 x 140 kg
Snatch 1 x 80 kg (In defense, we never get to max out on this)
Height 191 CM, 6'3
Bodyfat% - don't know, I guess about 15%
I really noticed that going from WS4SB had me loose some max strength, but I am not in charge of my own program.
Next week we will be testing again, 30/60 mtrs, forward shotput throw, max vertical, 10 sec jump test.
Nutrition wise, I tried intermittent fasting, which really did not work for me (after 9 days I was so worn down from all the training, I had to start eating normal again). I tried to do my own nutrition, but I notice, the same a training. I do a lot better if someone else tells me what to do, so I contacted a local trainer who will be in charge of my diet soon.