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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 07-22-2010, 10:29 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks and just added week 2. Main change was the strength day with a slight change to the core workouts. Endurance day never really changes for a few weeks in a row but will go to a light weight circuit for week 3 or 4.


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post #12 of 17 (permalink) Old 08-12-2010, 01:49 AM
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Hi mroutdoorsman. Very good of you to share the workouts. I've been looking for something like what you have put together for quite a while now. If you are still into emailing me a copy I would be very happy to be a recipient.

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Why not something like heavy squats or deadlift?
Do you use plyos for endurance or for explosive power?

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Week 3 and 4 I will post soon. These have full and partial deadlifts in the strength training. There is a method to my training madness.


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Is it hard to train that much? I mean, phsyically. do you have a nutrition and supplement plan, how does it look like?

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I will post a nutrition overview but that all changes based on weight goals. Supplements are SIMPLE though. You just need a good multivitamin, L-Glutamine, and lots of protein... Anything else is honestly a waste. If you eat correctly you will get everything else from whole foods and feel a lot better in the process.

Physically training like this or harder a lot of weeks I am sore every day of the week. All of this is 100% outside of martial arts training too so between BJJ and standup training it can be really tough on the body. It ends up taking a lot of mental fortitude some days to push yourself forward.


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I have to spread rep around before I hit you back outdoorsman, but that sentence about supplements is spot on.

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