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    traditional training

    lately my friend and me decided to go on traditional training methods to see if they work or not

    1. a hammer hitting a tire from back to front
    2.horse

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    Quote Originally Posted by truepwrz
    lately my friend and me decided to go on traditional training methods to see if they work or not

    1. a hammer hitting a tire from back to front
    2.horse
    I suppose hammering the tire will be more helpful than trying to hammer a horse. Any chance you could try and explain these?

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    Hammering a tire is actually used today and is a "trend" again. Useful I belive for GPP and cardio. Horse stance will not help your SanDa. Try burpees, lots of them. Add in weight training. Bagwork. Sprinting. Car pushing(hard for you I know in the city but just in case).
    Olympic lifting. Sandbag work.

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    Using a sledgehammer on a tire is good for GPP, hefting the tire, flipping it etc is great for GPP. Squatting with it will be much better than horse stance. Horse stance is worse than useless

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    Quote Originally Posted by truepwrz
    lately my friend and me decided to go on traditional training methods to see if they work or not

    1. a hammer hitting a tire from back to front
    2.horse
    Are you hammering a horse? :icon_scra
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    lol i rethought about it and remade a new one
    1.jogging jog 3minutes sprint 1minute walk 30seconds and repeat
    2.jump roping
    3.weighted squats and burpees
    4.weighted push ups and pull ups
    5.judo throwing a 70lb canvas bag
    6.5rounds of 3minutes of pad/mitt/bagwork
    me and a friend will be doing this 3days a week and the for the other days we just do 126 any advise on what to change?

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    Quote Originally Posted by truepwrz
    lol i rethought about it and remade a new one
    1.jogging jog 3minutes sprint 1minute walk 30seconds and repeat
    2.jump roping
    3.weighted squats and burpees
    4.weighted push ups and pull ups
    5.judo throwing a 70lb canvas bag
    6.5rounds of 3minutes of pad/mitt/bagwork
    me and a friend will be doing this 3days a week and the for the other days we just do 126 any advise on what to change?
    jogging - at least 30 minutes of that

    rope - do timed rounds. same as padwork

    squats and burpees - not sure you need to add weight to these, maybe doing barbell squats, but with your body type and age, i think just regular squats and burpees will be fine.

    push ups and pull ups -same thing, skip the weights do them with bodyweight.

    throwing dummy work is good

    padwork/bagwork - your rounds should be 1 min longer than than what you will be fighting. so if the rounds in the tournament are 2 min, then stick with what you have, if they are 3 min rounds, then do 4 in training.
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    changed 5rounds of 4minutes for each bag pad and mitts, on www.crosstrain.com i see a video on pull ups should i do it like them or do it nice and slowly like normal

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