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    I do these both session at the same time mean after one session and take 15 mints rest then do second session. It is not consider bad as you did. I thing it is better there are long time between sessions. Is work out before lunch or after lunch time?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reilly22 View Post
    I do usually do more bulkier weights/reps in the day and more vipr / trx / cardio second time. The one factor I try and do as time is of the ecense is to keep going and don't take a position around between workouts.
    I tend to be other way around, TRX/Vipr first and then weights later in the day.

    Agree about keeping moving - I normally don't have the time to hang around that much between reps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lindz View Post
    What? did you stick with it long enough for the weights to get challenging? It takes me 25 minutes for the squats alone when the weights are close to my limit
    I had the same experience. At the beginning with light weights I sailed through stronglifts and even cranked out the pushups at the end. Of course as the weights got heavy the routine took at least an hour to do the first lift and accessory exercises.

    For a quick full body routine get a 35lb kettlebell and look for PAvel's "Enter the Kettlebell" book and dvd. I found them all online (let's just say really cheap) and also got Anthony Dilugio's "Enter the Kettlebell handbook" the handbook tells you exactly what to do and when to kick things up a notch.
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    Circuit train with a timer nonstop( I do 8 minute intervals side note took weight lifting during high school and dad also was a sport competitor) whenever you train. You will get much stronger and in shape for mma. And also add shadow mma boxing to whatever gym you're at. Even if it means your nominated "that mma guy" who gives a ****. It's them not making your effort nor should you give a **** anyways. Do stretch, weight lifting, stretch, then later stretch mma stretch in your other time or do it an hour each nonstop and if you can throw in strength and conditioning in your cardio mma time or do it on your own time and you'll be in the condition you'll want. My gym has a bag room and weight lifting room aside from my mma club. Improvise if you don't have the such.
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    All in all work out every muscle have good cardio.
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    I do a SL5x5 workout in around 30 minutes. Yes, as the weights got heavier it branched into 40-45, but 25 minutes to do the squats alone? I'm pretty sure the program recommends you don't take that long between sets. I could be wrong, but I was under the impression it should be done relatively quickly. Of course, that is not including the supplementary exercises.
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    Quote Originally Posted by battlefields View Post
    I do a SL5x5 workout in around 30 minutes. Yes, as the weights got heavier it branched into 40-45, but 25 minutes to do the squats alone? I'm pretty sure the program recommends you don't take that long between sets. I could be wrong, but I was under the impression it should be done relatively quickly. Of course, that is not including the supplementary exercises.
    I thought Medi said you could take up to 5 mins between sets in the SL 5x5 PDF. It's been a while since i've read through it though. Either way as I got up there in weight I sure as hell took my time between sets without spotters.
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    Yeah 5 minutes between sets. IF you're not taking multiple minutes in between you're not really training strength
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    Happy to be proven wrong. SL5x5 has the premise that it can be done in half an hour. IIRC it is how it is sold to lazy fucks, the type that go, "but I have no time in the day".

    I tried to put 3-4 minutes in rest between when I hit the bigger weights. Maybe that is why I was deloading so much as I got closer to reaching 100kg?
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    Quote Originally Posted by battlefields View Post
    Happy to be proven wrong. SL5x5 has the premise that it can be done in half an hour. IIRC it is how it is sold to lazy fucks, the type that go, "but I have no time in the day".

    I tried to put 3-4 minutes in rest between when I hit the bigger weights. Maybe that is why I was deloading so much as I got closer to reaching 100kg?
    Yeah I think I also remember SL 5x5 making the "30mins a day" claim. If anything though I would think lazy asses would love the idea that they can lift and rest a while and kind of just rest their way through the workout. It's kinda the opposite of why I think p90x fails for so many. If you go from not working out not at all or only occasional working out to fast paced high intensity balls to the wall training 5 or more days a week you're could gonna get burnt out quickly. Perhaps we have a new marketing tool here; "strength training, the lazy way to lift" or something like that. I dunno.
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