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skyline_knights 04-06-2008 12:26 AM

New too the sports need some advice
 
Hey guys i just started doing mma and just wondering if you guys could give me some advice because my trainer said to me...

"you have the skill just not the musle or weight to last long"

so i was just wondering if any of you guys could give me some tips on ways to get up in the weight classes and to gain a bit of musle.

any more info on what im asking just comment

many regards
me

MLS 04-06-2008 12:28 AM

First off welcome but you got to give us some stats to answer your question.

How old are you?

How much do you weigh?

How tall are you?

skyline_knights 04-06-2008 12:39 AM

Age: 21
Weight: about 72kg
Hight: 6'5

MLS 04-06-2008 12:43 AM

If my math is right your like 158-159 pounds. Your height at 155 would be a great advantage even if you aren't the best striker. Also you wouldn't have to worry about cutting to much weight. I will try and get one of the strenght guru's in here to help you with strength workouts.

skyline_knights 04-06-2008 12:47 AM

My hight is the best advantage iv got at the moment. Any help would be great mate. i really wanna make ago of this sport. thanks mate

MLS 04-06-2008 12:53 AM

Alright I will see if I can get a mod to move this thread to the training section where more of our strength guys will see it. It may be tomorrow when you get an answer but trust me, they will help you out greatly.

skyline_knights 04-06-2008 12:55 AM

That would be great if they can i didnt know where to put this thread lol quick qestion tho any tips on the best pain rellef my friend put me in an arm bar and it went wrong

MLS 04-06-2008 12:59 AM

Ice and heat and keep it as still as possible.

I will try and help you out until a mod gets online and they can move the thread. I have played soccer since I was 4 and have done some type of combat sports since I was six and I haven't been lifting weights that much. I have but most of the excercises that my coaches/trainers have had me do were more bodyweight excercises like, pushups, pullups, carrying another fighter, some crazy stuff like that. It seems to be more of a functional type of strength instead of raw strength. I also shadow box with weights to get my arm conditioned to throwing a lot of punches, just stuff like that. But the other guys will be able to help you.

skyline_knights 04-06-2008 01:06 AM

ice and heat why didnt i think of that..
i used to play rugby at school when i was 15 because i loved the idea of being able to lift and drop people then, started doing kick boxing but gave up after a year because it wasnt full contact. started doing back yard wrestling then my dad surgested mma to me last year but its taken me awhile to goto a place to do it been doing it for a month now but kinda need to gain a bit more weight and get some musels lol. I still rember my first fight lol

thai_fighter 04-06-2008 01:48 PM

To build strength bro do alot of compound muscle movements. Excerises like squats, bench press, front shoulder press, dead lift and power cleans. This will help you build your strength and also help you build muscle. Now stength is one thing, but to fight you need muscle endurance. The difference is with strength training your sets are high and reps low like, 5x3-6 for every excercise. Endurance your sets are low with your reps high like, 3x12-25. Me I train for endurance like this. I pick either upperbody or lower body to do and then I pick 5 different excerises to do and each excerise for 1min then move right into the next and so on until the last excerise without not rest then take 1min rest period then do it again for 5 sets. So it is like a fight with 5 5min rounds. Also run for 3 days a week and jump rope for 2 days a week. with running start out with running for 15mins then work up to 45 mins, don't worry about distance to start with you will worry about that when you can run for 45mins.


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