Posted On:11/18/2008 7:40am
Hey guys i recently got into Judo and BJJ
So now i have to pretty much restart what i've been doing the last several months and thats training. I've been neglecting myself for the past few months and i feel as if i lost some form of muscle over the days of being completely lazy. I noticed that i purchased several supplements off GNC that has never been used.
1. Anyone ever heard of Nanovapor and if so, is it safe?
I purchased about a tub of Nanovapor and never bothered to use it. I was kinda scared and heard it was very power so i would have to use with caution.
2. Is Nanovapor good for work outs routines and Class " Judo " Routines as well?
3. I've purchased a box of Ensure bottles, ya'know the stuff loaded with Vitamines and what not. Its suppose to help you gain weight. Would this be a good idea in using this while working out?
The other stuff is training advice.
Excuse the following typos
When i went to the gym i would go for an hour up to two hours depending how i felt.
I would usually start off with twenty to thirty minutes of running on a tridmill. I would then move onto a punchin' bag and use it for around twenty to thirty minutes or more, taking one minute breaks between three to five minute rounds. Sometimes i would feel completely exhuasted and can't continue with the rest of the day " Punchin' a bag takes alot out of ya "
The rest would be minor weight lifting and other stuff.
So my question is, is an hour really enough for what i wanna do? Uping my Stamina and Endurance and of course strength.
Any ideas, tips and every answer is welcome and thanks in advance.
Posted On:11/18/2008 8:01am
Style: creonte on hiatus
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Posted On:11/18/2008 8:31am
Yes i did.
Did i do something i wasn't suppose too? If so i apologize.
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Posted On:11/18/2008 8:34am
Style: Muay Thai (BJJ hiatus)
Macho was indicating that the answers you need would be in the Stickies i think.
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Posted On:11/18/2008 10:47am
^^^ What man-with-nice-boobie-avatar has said. :) And just to make sure the new poster goes through them. So gtxstan, don't worry, it's just my e-reflex in this forum.
Regarding Nanovapor, I can't comment on that, never used it. But for what it looks like, it seems to be a pre-workout, nitrix oxide and aminoacids supplement. So, if it's of the same quality as Nitrix and NO-XPLODE.
I have other comments, but I'm at work right now. I'll try to reply again later. In the meantime, I suggest you check Ross Enamait's work.
Posted On:11/18/2008 12:01pm
Style: TKD, MT, KEMPO
I would think you would want to warm up- not to the point of exhaustion, then do technical work, then speed work, then strength, then endurance. Ross Enamait has really cool free stuff, as well as books. I saw 30 minutes on the treadmill, and that is putting endurance first. A warm up should only be enough to get the blood flowing. You want to be fresh for technique and speed work.
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Posted On:11/18/2008 8:03pm
Thanks alot, will check out this Ross Enamait.
Yeah thirty minutes of tridmill work might be exhausting.
Posted On:11/19/2008 2:50am
In regards to the training advice you were after:
I would suggest (and personally do) train strength, endurance and cardio on different days.
If I was to do my cardio work, which usually consists of some kind of interval sprinting, I would not be able to lift at the correct weight for strength gains straight after.
Posted On:11/19/2008 3:31am
Yep, and if you can't do that, do your strength training first.
Posted On:11/19/2008 4:17am
So pretty much split the things i can do on a seperate catagory and on another day go for another set.
I can i can do my strength training one day then do my cardio another and so forth.
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