Thread: Who came up with 10 x 10's?
12/19/2006 4:25pm, #11
You're doing that for MA? This program strikes me as a way to get all swole up, not to excel in athletics.
12/19/2006 11:53pm, #12
- Join Date
- Sep 2006
- Outer Fucking Space.
This program just strikes me. theres better way to improve your conditioning for MA
12/20/2006 3:50am, #13
German Volumen Training is a program target more to hipertrophy, more than overall strenght or conditioning.
Also, as Black Pete can tell, it's a little bit tooling, generally it's advised to not do any other physical activity while in a GVT program.
12/20/2006 3:52am, #14
Don't know about getting swollen up, but I'm sore as **** 48 hours later.
1 day is being set for lifting, the rest for grappling, wrestling, etc.
I'll give a full report after a month is done.
12/20/2006 10:19am, #15
- Join Date
- Sep 2006
- south florida
How long is a session taking you? Seems like it would be an ungodly long time in the gym. Especially if you are "grappling, wrestling, etc." after it.
Supposedly it takes muscles on average 3 days to recover from a work out and more time if it's a new program like this.
Good luck and be careful you don't overtrain.
12/20/2006 11:58am, #16Originally Posted by smillard
I'm at 24 hours right now, and right smack at the peak of Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS). It took everything to get out of bed, I haven't worked out in a month and a half, just doing cardio, so this has been really bad.
Where are you in South Fla? The only place I remember your style being taught was up in the Lake Worth area.
12/20/2006 3:28pm, #17
Your stories of pain reminded me of when I first started Crossfit. It hurt like hell for the first week or so, but then my body adjusted and it isn't nearly as bad now."Keep a sharp knife, shiny boots and be on time."
12/20/2006 3:49pm, #18Originally Posted by Hitman
12/21/2006 2:14am, #19Originally Posted by Anthony
Hurt you will, but strong will you become."Keep a sharp knife, shiny boots and be on time."
12/21/2006 3:42am, #20
man that looks nuts to me
but there's a bent appeal in getting it all out of the way in one day
I'm curious to see how it works. Probably should disclaim for readers who haven't figured it out: This is not a beginner's workout