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Sunset Yoga. Leave No Trace Awareness Clinic. Special Events. The individual athlete — who are we working with? Phases of training. This is really inspired me. If you dont mind i want to ask a question. If we see many MMA training camp ,they split grappling roll ,wrestle and striking spar in different days. Thanks for your time man, hope can train and roll with you someday. Awesome site. With 6 days there, and wanting to focus on a fighting technique and b conditioning in that order , but wanting to maximize progress, what would you recommend for someone in decent shape for an office worker?
Glad you like the site Patrick…the answer to your question is a bit more complex than I can answer in this short comment. This is really great Schedule, im student so i have time to train mornings no-gi before school, evenings muay thai and some days going with boxing!
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Skill takes a long time to develop. I would recommend training for a several months, before considering competition. Discuss with your skill coach moving fwd, since he guides your training and can see how your are developing. I unluckly workout 3 days a week : Monday Tuesday and Thursday. Itell you that my coach hasn t got training program and he does everything pretty randomly.
What should i do On Wednesday and Friday? I m available also to train one day in the weekend if it s necessary. Not to mention…do I need a rest day? Can I get away with not taking a rest day?
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Do I need to drop something to focus on strength and conditioning? Thats a common challenge, but from my experience, everybody needs a day off. It also depends on intensity and volume of each session. All of this is stress on the body, so its important to organize a schedule that varies in intensity throughout the week. If you love to train, then do your best and see what you can accomplish…Never know what the future may hold.
Hope this reaches you, I am 33 years old and discovered the fighting sports almost 1 year ago now. Besides that I have my own clinic for physiotherapy. By training like this, is it sustainable in the long term? I basically have a rest day after the days I train twice a day, so that should be doable, right? Any tips are welcome!
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I am an ex powerlifter, and strength training doesnt appeal to me at all anymore… Focusing on winning with technique. Doing Intermittent fasting for the last 4 months. Good job thinking this stuff through and trying to stay healthy. Tues and Thursday off will definitely help, but there are other factors to consider… intensity and volume from other sessions, diet, sleep, stress, etc. I would recommend trying that schedule, eep tabs on the intensity and duration of all your sessions and listen to your body.
You might also want to look into some recovery software, like Omegawave, if you reallly want to dial things in. Hope it helps and please keep us posted on your progress! How can I start practicing wrestling and ground work before joining the gym? Thanks for the message Christopher! While preparing at home is great, nothing is going to prepare you for training like training. Just focus on technique, do a couple days per week and let your body slowly adapt to the new training.
Over time you will physically adapt and become more proficient. Just be consistent and patient. Hi there! I have a tiny problem s. See I want to be a professional not just amateur fighter and want to be the fittest and best fighter I can be. Enter your email below and get inspired to unleash your greatness. Your information will not be shared.