Super Condition - Most people are in a very poor state of conditioning and don't even know it. Ian outlines a 6 week conditioning program that will get you started in the right direction.
Check it out here - http://www.wannabebig.com/article.php?articleid=243
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I'm interested in perusing the Super Condition program laid out last month, however I need some alternative excersizes for kettle bell Toss and infact to replace kettle bells all together. I don't have access to them at my gym and I certainly cant throw dumbells around the gym. Any suggestions?
Last edited by Sanchez; 12-23-2005 at 11:07 PM.
Sandbags. Dumbbells. Medicine balls. Mix and match to suit your needs.Originally Posted by Sanchez
hi, i really like the look of this article and workout program. i am joining the police later in the year and have set myself 6 months to reach fitness and strength levels. does this routine seem better for me than the wannabebig routines? while id like to increase a certain amount of my size (i am quite slender at the moment), strength speed and agility are my main objectives.
Absolutely.Originally Posted by Rater
fantastic, thank you very much! just need to adapt it slightly as well as i also dont have access to kettlebells. also do you think 6 months will be enough to see a difference in fitness, shape and size?
also, can the routine be used for longer than six weeks or is a change needed after week 6?
Last edited by Rater; 01-01-2006 at 03:43 PM.
I would follow the routine as is (with the modifications for lack of kettlebells) and then probably change things when you finish week six.
And yes, 6 months is plenty of time to notice changes in fitness/shape/size - provided you have a good routine and eating habits.
thank you! well i think ill give this a go for the six weeks and take things from there...maybe try the wannabebig routine after the six weeks or the fortifiediron routine ive heard about, or maybe ill just try a variation of this one! but if you reckon that this will be a good base for me to start on ill give it a go!
Cool, good luck!
Join the marines. They focus heavily on all around fitness, strength and mobility.
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