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Old 03-18-2010, 01:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Post need serious help please!!!!

So heres the deal I'm 18 an I'm just starting to train for mma. I'm about 5'9 - 5'10 , 170lbs I have a really thick body frame my arms r big ,but I know I cld b way bigger ... any ideas on wat to eat or hw to train. Also do u think it wld b a good idea to bulk up to like 185 an cut to 170
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Old 03-18-2010, 02:13 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Your in the wrong section there pal you should have posted this in Nutrition..
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Well are you very lean at 170 or do you have a lot of muscle? You should fight at a weight you're comfortable at. There's no point in cutting unhealthy amounts of weight if you don't need to. I advise putting on some muscle if you don't have much now, see what weight you go up to and then decide. If you have to cut a lot to make 170 again, then don't do it.

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Well if you are trying to be a pro fighter then I say make sure you have about 5 - 6% body fat, but again only if you are a pro fighter. This is not healthy for non athletes. So if you have this much body fat at 170 pounds you definitely have the most muscle for your frame at that many pounds so you should be good as far as weight and strength. Ofcourse train hard and eat right.
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