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Dan152
06-30-2008, 09:07 PM
im an mma fighter i does boxing, wrestling, kickboxing, and bjj
bench
45lbx 8x95 135x8 155x5 175x5 185x3
db incline bench 60 7,7,8 8
db rows 50 12,13, 15, 10
bent over lat raises 15 10,10,13
side bends 80 10,11,11

Coke
07-01-2008, 05:59 AM
Props on being a well rounded fighter Dan...good to see you get this thing started here.

Dan152
07-01-2008, 07:56 PM
good looks my dude fo checkin in. i wud appreciate it alot if u cud look in here every once in a while cuz honestly i gotz no clue wtf im doing.
1 hr of bjj technique includin warmup and cool down
45 min ofrroling mainlyt positioning stuff

TheSeeker
07-03-2008, 01:38 AM
As an MMA fighter, you need to bring both your strength and endurance up. I recommend following a westside program but doing some endurance, MMA related, and GPP workouts right after your dynamic effort day. That should be enough to make you a monster in the cage. You have to make sure you don't overtrain yourself after your dynamic effort workout. Avoid using weights that are more than 50 percent of your max. Use them as a means of training yourself to withstand lactic acid, and not to build muscle.

Dan152
07-03-2008, 09:22 PM
sory but i have NO CLUE wtf u are talking about. can u link me to a good westside template. what you mean by mma related workout. and a gpp workout. im sorry but i have no clue what that stuff. i looked up westside. but isnt that like a powerlifting routine? wouldnt i overtrain maxing out on bench and squat so much while doing mma?

Dan152
07-03-2008, 09:23 PM
squat worked up to a set of 3x225
reverse lunges 3x15 with 95lb barbell

jbrin0tk
07-03-2008, 11:20 PM
sory but i have NO CLUE wtf u are talking about. can u link me to a good westside template. what you mean by mma related workout. and a gpp workout. im sorry but i have no clue what that stuff. i looked up westside. but isnt that like a powerlifting routine? wouldnt i overtrain maxing out on bench and squat so much while doing mma?



Dan, don't worry about that stuff. GPP stands for General Physical Preparedness. Basically, it's about being in good enough physical shape to continue pushing yourself harder and farther. I would try to find someone who specifically trains for MMA or something like that and ask them what they do. Rob Pilger over at elitefts.com may be able to help you. Just go to the Q&A section over there and ask him a question. Do a little research, too. You never know what you may find on Google. And stay with those lunges! Keep up the good work, man!