master bodyweight exercises
fight in atleast 1 amateur mma event
"free my hips" (or otherwise improve lower body flexibility more)
run half a marathon
maybe do a no-gi tournament too (i wanted to say WIN a no-gi tournament but that might be overtly ambitious..im happy for 2nd place)
hell atleast you can't blame me for a lack of ambition ^^ (oh also i'm obliged to do any contest a friend of mine enters as far as humanly possible so that might throw a few more things in there)
I have an adjustable KB at home, so I hold it to my chest to do a squat on one leg with the other leg out the front as a counter balance. My left leg is a little weaker than my right due to an injury so I want to be able to do it with 32kg. When I say each leg I mean being able to do it on both sides.
Originally Posted by daishi
win a few more fights and get a title
need to lose about 10kg of fatass that ive put on in the last couple months of poor/no activity
also, fitocracy is fun!
I'm not posting any fitness goals because my lifting and gymnastics is secondary to my judo & jits. Setting down specific lines in the sand would be setting myself up for either failure due to doing too much grappling, or failure by achieving them at the expense of my primary goal of grappling skill.
Aw, hell, make room for me on the bandwagon: Double bodyweight deadlift, 300 pound squat, mobility to do Cossack squats, and 100 clean & jerks with a 50 pound kettlebell in 10 minutes. Those are roughly what I'm shooting for, though I know that they're not my primary goals. At some point in the next few months I'll be adding Olympic lifting and gymnastics goals too.
I tried it. I don't get it. Halp.
Originally Posted by Alex
I'm too new to lifting to have an idea on my realistic goals so I'll play it safe and say in the next three months I would like to gain 5 lbs of muscle, bench/ohp 1x, squat 1.5x and deadlift 2x bodyweight.
For fighting I want to make it to 1-2 regular ground classes every week without letting my stand-up suffer too much.
One of these days I'm going to work on my cardio, but seriously, **** running.
If I can stay at it all year without any major setbacks, I'd like to do a muscle-up and planche push-up by the end of the year.
Originally Posted by jedtex88
Tough Mudder looks like great fun!
I want to improve my flexibility and strength. Want to increase bench press and deadlift
Continue physio stuff to sort out my back.
Enter more judo competitions, senior nationals (Sweden) next november/december.
Related to the above: get below 90kg and stay there.
Beat my time from my first half-marathon (1h52m10s).
Continue lifting (best effect by far on my back issues).
1) Avoid injury !
2) Get back to pre-injured fitness level.
3) Laugh at unfit people again as if I've never been there.
-Improve explosive strength using olympic lifts.
-Do reasonably well at a shuai jiao tournament in the spring
-Eliminate my addiction to simple sugars
-Maintain or improve other areas of my fitness (endurance etc.)