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  1. Lights Out is offline

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    I need help building a training plan

    Ive already posted a thread bout leg training. And after the commetns posted there and further information Ive got, I now feel like i know less than before. So

    In a couple f months I will retake my training. I will de doing kickboxing thrice a week and BJJ twice. Im also going to do weitghs to build some muscle (not too much). The thing is, Im still not sure what and how should I do to reach my goals.

    These are: build some muscle, cardio improvement, fat loss strengh gain and become a killa.

    At first I tought about training weights thrice a week (same days as kickboxing, that is, monday, wednesday and friday), and some kind of cardio on tuesdays and thursdays.

    The reason is that BJJ classes are twice longer than kickboxing and more strengh demmanding (from my experience).

    I will apreciate any advice, or comment, regardless how hasrsh it may be (promise).

    Oh, and if mod com gym is reading this, Ive already red Crossfits article, and i found it quite interesting. But I still lack knowledge when it comes to put that into practice. So, advice like do x exercise, x series, x reps at x time interval with x% of your max will be highly appreciated.

    Also, any correction or further insight will be also apreciated.

    Im a very apreciative person :)

    For starteres, heres some questions.

    Weights:

    How many different exercises should i do in a single session for a certain muscle?

    Opposite muscles the same day (i. e. biceps and triceps) or not (i. e. pecs and biceps)?

    I though about saving one day (friday) to do a specific work for deltoids (my weakest and very lame muscle) it wouild be only for a certain priod of time, till they improve enough. I found a workout to speciffically train these, and it said that, after 6 weeks, the results would be very nice. Is this ill-advised?

    Cardio:

    It will be too cold to go running in the open, so, bike, rope, both? How to combine them? Anything else?

    Thanks.
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    If you get a really really long jump rope and attach your shoes to the pedals, you can easily combine jump roping and biking.
    MY NAME IS ANTAGONY I SUCK AT COMBAT SPORTS KTHX

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    "Well if that were true, then I'd really REALLY want to come train!"
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    Im a very apreciative person :)
    "and that is the first time I ever sucked dick for crack!"
    haha, sorry, I couldn't help but think of that, mostly because of the little smiley at the end.

    No idea, but I'm basically in the same boat, so I'm interested in possible suggestions you might get.
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  4. Lights Out is offline

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    In fact, it was a joke about how many times I was using the word "apreciate".
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  6. mod com gym is offline

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    Do the Work Out of the Day on Crossfit
    It has reps sets etc etc.
    It has videos of exercises it has everything it is FREE
  7. Lights Out is offline

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    GARH! I knew you would say that! The thing is that they got exercises I wont be able to do (like those in the outside, my city gets VERY cold in winter) and Ill need to susbstitute them.

    Anyway, Ill keep a close eye to CrossFit. I liked what I saw.
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    "my city gets VERY cold in winter"

    hey, you live in canada too LO? right on! :D haha
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    No, but seriously, you wouldnt go running out there in winter afternoons. Mu ass freezed over last winter in the way to the gym, and its only a five minute walk from my home (yeah, im that lucky).
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    www.fitrex.com

    input some strength info (how many reps you can do with what) and it gives you a workout plan customized for you.
    sudo make me a sandwich!
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