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jaysoul 01-28-2009 08:09 PM

workout plan let me know what you think
 
Whats up. I don't have much time. Planning on starting out slow but in a couple weeks I'll be doing this twice a day. In the morning and at night. I am looking for a complete body workout in my house. Doing this workout quick to help a lot with stamina. Thanks for any input.

2min drills (perfect push up)
reg 20,12,8
wide 20,12,8
close 20,12,8
*1sec down, 1sec up

Sit ups
3setsx10

Bitch Wheel
3setsx10

lunges
3setsx5
*40lbs each arm

squats
3setsx10
*40lbs each arm

2min drills Pull Ups
Chin Up 8,6,4,2
Pull Ups 8,6,4,2
side Grip 8,6,4,2

*Extra time Sit Against Wall
*Good form no high reps without perfect form!

jaysoul 01-28-2009 08:09 PM

b1tch wheel aka ab wheel.

recon6991 01-29-2009 04:35 PM

What are your goals? It seems like that will help keep you in shape, but if its to increase your strength levels I would really suggest heavy weights.

jaysoul 01-29-2009 09:53 PM

well im really busy right now with 2 trade schools and working full time. I definitely cant go anywhere to workout. I don't want to get big at all. I'm in good shape as it. Looking to strengthen my body for overhead welding that I do in school for 3hours 3 times a week. Also thinking about going into MMA in about a year. Plus when I move out I'll be working out as well. Right now I want to strengthen my whole body for MMA. Want to get into competition but only for fun, not looking to go pro. Just want to be able to hold my own at gym competitions etc. Thanks..lata barbell workouts? I have 2x40lb dumbbells.

recon6991 01-30-2009 03:21 AM

If you want to do get stronger for overhead welding, use those dumbbells and strengthen youre shoulders. Overhead presses, Arnold Presses, that kind of stuff. Also, if you can, try to do hand stand push ups, never tried them, but it seems like the kind of thing that would help you.

southpaw447 01-30-2009 06:54 PM

The best way to get strong is to stick to the three basic core lifts.

Bench
Squat
Deadlift

These three exrcises are your foundation. When your squat, bench and deadlifts are strong, the rest will follow.


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