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Old 05-29-2007, 02:51 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello. Currently I'm new to the MMA game but would like to one day compete. However I wanted your opinion on what should be done in a MMA training session, how long should it last, how many times a day, and for how many days for a competing fighter. I was thinking something like three training sessions a day three hours each, six days a week. What do you guys think? In the first session I would do conditioning, and stand up, second session conditioning, and grappling/ground, and third session I would do strength training depending on the day, and some sparring. I would also work on a mixture of stand up, and ground/grappling.

Since I do have a good job which is based on high commission, have a flexible college scheduale, and enough time for a life I was thinking this might be good. However what do you guys think? Advice is greatly appreciated, and needed. Thanks.
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Old 05-29-2007, 03:11 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I think that's great, especially if you have the time and the will to do all that.
Of course, you'll have to work on the specifics. Like see what weight training course is right for you, your meals, etc. Good luck, bro.
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