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Old 11-08-2010, 05:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Home workout?

Ok, so im 15 years old and I of course live at home with my parents. I train Begginer MMA every wedness day from this wednessday until I cant do it anymore. I was just wondering if there is any way I can build very efficant upper and lower body strength at home? Also, Build my core?

(im 5'9 and 195)

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Old 12-31-2010, 11:20 PM   #2 (permalink)
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hey dude ive done weight training for around 2 years now, at first i did weight lifting purely for bodybuilding and body sculpting but i can say even though i may have looked big, pound for pound i wasnt that strong. After getting into MMA i realised i need to flip my workouts over and do the opposite to what i was already doing. i started mixing up my workouts trying out different things and what worked best for me in terms of strength was defiantly doing circuit training just with a barbell and weights, kettle bell training and high intensity interval training. Look up different exercises with these catergories and see wat best suits you. I start of with stretches and a 10 minute low intensity jog, than i move on to jumping rope for 10 minutes, than i do HIIT sprints, next is a circuit that i do 3 sets of with 60 seconds rest between (the circuit should consist of a number of exercises to workout the full body), than i do a low intesity jog for 5 minutes as a cool down followed by yoga stretches for 5 or so minutes and thats it. obviously u should change this workout to best suit you but it gives you a rough guide atleast, let me no how you go with it, peace
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Old 01-07-2011, 01:05 AM   #3 (permalink)
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do you have any work out equipment avaialble? if not you can make some fairly cheeply beleive it or not
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even if you can't get ahold of any equipment you can do a fair job of conditioning yourself with simple bodyweight calisthenics
are you familar with jump squats and pushups, most people are but I want to ask to be sure
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Ok, so im 15 years old and I of course live at home with my parents. I train Begginer MMA every wedness day from this wednessday until I cant do it anymore. I was just wondering if there is any way I can build very efficant upper and lower body strength at home? Also, Build my core?

(im 5'9 and 195)

thanks,

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If you have a bench & Dumbells, do Starting strength or Stronglifts. Google it.

If not do Beast Skills or try some Tricking.

EDIT: BARBELL not dumbells...dumbells are - well - dumb.

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Old 01-27-2011, 06:18 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Yeah you can do it at home if you have enough money to buy some exercise equipments and place it at home..By doing exercise regularly will make a gain in your upper and lower body strength...el cerrito bootcamps
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