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Old 01-11-2011, 03:41 AM   #9 (permalink)
BearInTheClinch
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Originally Posted by montblanc512 View Post
Well, since my idea for strength training are now void. Can anyone recommend a good lifting routine for a non-lifter? I've been looking up MMA lifting, but all the recommendation seem to involve full body explosive moevements, which seems perfect, but since I have no experience lifting, I'd rather not rist major injury by starting off with such risky/advanced stuff. Or should I just suck it up and jump in by asking someone to check my technique as I do these exercises?
I've never heard of anyoen working out like you say you do and losing 5 lbs in 3 months...
what are you eating?

also have you ever done or heard of GPP training I could tell you about some stuff that is prety cool and translates fairly well to MMA
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