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  1. ESVABURNOUT is offline

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    Say ESVA's Schedule Looks Like This:

    Monday: Lifts, Brazilian Ju-Jitsu, Muay Thai
    Tuesday: Brazilian Ju-Jitsu, Boxing
    Wednesday: Lifts, Brazilian Ju-Jitsu, Muay Thai
    Thursday: Brazilian Ju-Jitsu, Boxing
    Friday: Lifts, Brazilian Ju-Jitsu, Boxing
    Saturday: Submission Wrestling, Brazilian Ju-Jitsu
    Sunday: Off

    What lifts should I do on the lift days?
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    Where do you train at Esvaburnout? Also how long have you been training?
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    None. You're already training martial arts 12 times a week. Lifting 3 days a week on top of that is insane.

    I'd advise training maybe 3 times every 2 weeks (Week 1: Monday/Friday, Week 2: Wednesday, repeat), with something basic like ironmind's Squat-dip-chin program.
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    Emevas is on the right track. That much volume is only going to lead to overtraining and injury. You need to consider some active recovery days in your program.
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    given burnouts style field says pending and all the other bullshit he talks on these forums i really wouldnt take this thread too seriously.
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    Dude, your going to burn yourself and injure yourself within a week's time. Unless you can sleep for 12 hours a night, take an hour nap during the day, constantly eat, and have access to a massage therapist every week
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoffeeFan View Post
    Dude, your going to burn yourself and injure yourself within a week's time. Unless you can sleep for 12 hours a night, take an hour nap during the day, constantly eat, and have access to a massage therapist every week
    BJJ is 6-7 Mon-Thurs and 11-1 Sat
    Muay Thai is 7-8 Mon and Wed
    Boxing is always open
    Submission Wrestling is 7-8 Tues and Thurs+10-11 Sat

    With that schedule what would you do?


    @emevas:

    Can you post the squats, chin and dips program?

    and @recourse:

    I don't want to speak on that.
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    I just posted the squats-chin-dip program. It is right there in the name.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ESVABURNOUT View Post
    BJJ is 6-7 Mon-Thurs and 11-1 Sat
    Muay Thai is 7-8 Mon and Wed
    Boxing is always open
    Submission Wrestling is 7-8 Tues and Thurs+10-11 Sat

    With that schedule what would you do?


    @emevas:

    Can you post the squats, chin and dips program?

    and @recourse:

    I don't want to speak on that.
    Well let me ask you first, what is your goal with your training? Are you looking to become a pro fighter or more for personal enrichment/badassery? What's your history with martial arts training and weight lifting? What's your current training schedule like?

    If your already doing that volume of training, then your already getting a fair amount of resistance training with grappling. I've done volume like this before and find that I actually get much better results from incorporating heavy/light days during training.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoffeeFan View Post
    Well let me ask you first, what is your goal with your training? Are you looking to become a pro fighter or more for personal enrichment/badassery? What's your history with martial arts training and weight lifting? What's your current training schedule like?

    If your already doing that volume of training, then your already getting a fair amount of resistance training with grappling. I've done volume like this before and find that I actually get much better results from incorporating heavy/light days during training.
    It's hard to explain, I would love to become a professional fighter but on the other hand I know there are millions of people out there with the same goal and I haven't yet devised a way to be better than them except by working my ass off. So the goal is to see how far I can take it before I reach a peak/limit where I just can't beat the competition and then consider it a hobby that I love doing. On the flip side of all that I am a very talented person.

    If you're interested in getting answers out of me then I'll just say it: I'm doing nothing currently at the moment. I don't see what my past has to do with this.
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