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Old 11-16-2009, 06:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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MMA training in my garage

Im trying to get back into my MMA after some time off due to a couple of different injuries in rugby. Its a little awkward though as i work shift so cant commit to going to the fighting gym just yet until the shifts finish.

So i was thinking of doing a load of work in my garage. Ive got quite a lot of equipment in there already and was wondering if any one knew of a routine i could do down there.

Equipment:
5ft - 8 stone punch bag
Floor to ceiling ball
Speed ball
Uppercut shield attached to the wall (http://www.protecboxing.com/acatalog...T-BUMP-sml.gif)
Skipping rope
Press up bars ( http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/...500_AA280_.jpg)
5kg medicine ball
Pull up bar
Weights - dumbbells and barbells
Static bike

Would any one of any routines i could do down the garage? Was thinking of doing some kind of circuit but was unsure. Any help would be superb and much appreciated

Many thanks
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Old 11-16-2009, 06:35 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Best advice I ever got about working in a garage...make sure all the cars are turned on and the garage door is shut. Creates the perfect atmosphere for conditioning and muscle building.
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Best advice I ever got about working in a garage...make sure all the cars are turned on and the garage door is shut. Creates the perfect atmosphere for conditioning and muscle building.
About as useful as a cock flavoured lolly pop! Well done you, i bet your mothers so proud of you!
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About as useful as a cock flavoured lolly pop! Well done you, i bet your mothers so proud of you!
My ma was actaully the one egging me on to say it. She was calling me a wuss and everything....so yes, she is very proud of me.


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Old 11-17-2009, 05:21 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I'm not a fitness trainer so I couldn't make a workout specifically for you, even if I was I couldn't do that without some insight into how fit you are, how heavy you are, how much body fat you have and all that sort of stuff. My advise is just to try out different exercises until you have a routine that works for you, you have plenty of gear to work with. With all that gear there really is like 100 different exercises you can do, think about what you would like to work on, then hit Google and find out how to do it.

A standard strength and conditioning workout will look something like this, just to give you a basic idea.

Warm up (5min)
Bike

Exercise (3x10)
Squats
Chest Press
Bicep Curls
Shoulder Press
Pull Ups
Heavy Bag 3x3min

Core
Sit Ups
Plank
Medicine Ball Leg Raises

Cool Down (3min)
Jump Rope

Edit - Make sure to do this with your car turned on and garage doors closed, a lot of people forget to do this but it's pretty important.

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