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post #31 of 34 (permalink) Old 06-04-2006, 12:07 PM
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yea just don't over train this can be just as bad as not training enough, your body can burn out and then the work your doing becomes counter productive

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post #32 of 34 (permalink) Old 06-06-2006, 06:15 PM
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Yeah. The week before fights I find that it's helpful to lay back a little bit, maybe drop 20 lbs off of my weights and 10 minutes off of my cardio. Spend more time focusing on the fundamentals of fighting.

The day of the fight eat a big, late breakfast and skip lunch. Relax until up to the fight and make sure that you've got all of your energy.



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hmmm know what I just realized.. I do not know how to train for a tournament, Cardio major if doing moe then one match obviously, and need to train the skill set for the tournament but I never done a training schedule for an actual tournament,... do post about it here this sounds like a new thread...

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Don makes a really good point, there is a big difference in training for 1 MMA bout and training for a tournament. In MMA there's a huge difference then fighting for 15 minutes (under UFC rules) and fighting for 60 (4 rounds at 15 minutes a peice). Unless you are Royce Gracie and you can tap out opponents in a minute then cardio has to be a top priority.



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