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  1. danny81 is offline

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    my workout

    Monday:3x5 squat, 3x5 bench or shoulder press, 3x15 chinups, Cardio
    Tuesday: boxing, cardio Core workout
    Wednesday: 3x5 squat, 3x5 bench or shoulder press, 1x5 deadlift, Cardio
    Thursday: boxing, cardio coreworkout
    Friday: 3x5 squat, 3x5 bench or shoulder press, 3x15 pullups, Cardio
    Saturday: boxing, cardio, core workout
    Sunday: Rest

    alright know wht ai want to know is 1. does that weight lifting workout seem god for a noob? 2. what kind of cardio should i do on my lifting days? on boxing days i do either burpees or jumprope so i want to do some sort of running on the toher days. 3. my corework during boxing is generally high rep. should i do low rep core work on lifting days? if so what excercisises should i do? or woud it be overtraining to do core more than 3x a week? thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by danny81
    Monday:3x5 squat, 3x5 bench or shoulder press, 3x15 chinups, Cardio
    Tuesday: boxing, cardio Core workout
    Wednesday: 3x5 squat, 3x5 bench or shoulder press, 1x5 deadlift, Cardio
    Thursday: boxing, cardio coreworkout
    Friday: 3x5 squat, 3x5 bench or shoulder press, 3x15 pullups, Cardio
    Saturday: boxing, cardio, core workout
    Sunday: Rest

    alright know wht ai want to know is 1. does that weight lifting workout seem god for a noob? 2. what kind of cardio should i do on my lifting days? on boxing days i do either burpees or jumprope so i want to do some sort of running on the toher days. 3. my corework during boxing is generally high rep. should i do low rep core work on lifting days? if so what excercisises should i do? or woud it be overtraining to do core more than 3x a week? thanks
    How come for two of your exercises you're training in the 1-5 rep range and on the third you're using a ton more volume? That's going to lead to some unbalances.

    I'd personally rotate the squat out for a different movement on the second day (consider deadlifting for 3x5 instead).
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    You're gonna plateau off really quickly with that routine. You gotta mix it up.

    Throw a caveman drill or two in there, along with some calisthenics and plyos.
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    You don't really need to mix it up, just deload occassionally.
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  5. danny81 is offline

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    7/16/2007 8:07pm

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    alright. thanks. what do you recomend for cardio work? some sort of road work would be best. also do you think if i do high rep core work 3days a week on non lifting days should i do some sort of low rep core work on lifting days? or will i over train?
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    I'd mix up the chinups with pull-ups (regular and wide grip) as well. Do a couple more sets of deadlifts as well, and mix them up with regular and stiff-legged.

    I'd also recommend putting in DB/barbell rows, as well as decline barbell/dumbell bench press.
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    your lifting regimen looks almost like starting strength, a basic routine designed by a certified strength and conditioning specialist named mark rippetoe. which is what I do. It goes like this:

    workout A: 3x5 Squats, 3x5 Bench, 1x5 Deadlift, 2x5-8 dips or decline bench
    workout B: 3x5 Squats, 3x5 Shoulder or military press, 3x5 bent-over rows, 2x5-8 pullups.

    You alternate workout A and B for a total of 3 times a week. Also you ramp up the weight by adding 2-3 warm-up sets of 5 reps at 50% to 85% of your workout weight for each exercise. Also, don't mess with the order. Anyway it's pretty sick and wont develop any imbalances. If you're disciplined you can do it in about 45 minutes. It's pretty close to what you're already doing so maybe you should give it a try.

    I do this with cardio on offdays as well as 1 or 2 MA classes almost every day and as far as I know I'm not overtraining, but I'm being really careful about nutrition as well, so YMMV.

    Oh yeah, and I've read that it's recommended to leave 6 hours or so between heavy lifting and cardio if you're going to do them on the same day.
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  8. danny81 is offline

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    7/17/2007 8:56am

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    what do you do for cardio? and yah this is another workout made by mark rippetoe.
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    Oh it is? No wonder. Why would anyone inflict 3x5 squats 3x/week on themselves if it wasn't a Rippetoe workout?

    Personally for cardio I run for 20-30 minutes on offdays followed by 3x30/20/10 second sprints with full recovery. Between that and MA classes I don't usually get tired, though there are probably more effective cardio workouts out there.
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    7/17/2007 12:53pm

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    lol. alright thank. the workout im doing is the new one he created with Kilgore. if you have been lifting for a long time you should look into Bill starrs 5x5

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