Right now I cannot afford more than two serious strength training workouts in my weekly routine. That's why I'm trying to add a very short training session(strength oriented GPP workout, circuit with weight or whatever) that would not interfere with the rest of my program.
This workout would take place just before
my mma training session. I don’t want it to be very taxing, especially on the chest(because I’m forced to do tons of push ups in my boxing and Judo Classes), I just want to stay strong while doing plenty of combat sports and conditioning.
It should not be longer than 20 minutes. In fact 15 minutes would be a perfect duration.
So, here are my personal ideas:
Barbell or Dumbell complexes(dumbells would allow me to perform walking lunges farmer walks and hammer curls)
A short duration olympic lifting session, because it trains the whole body.
Ladders(pull ups, dips and chin ups)
-Body Weight stuff: Handstand push ups, pistols, core training.
-A short circuit.
Ross Enamit’s Magic 50: rosstraining.com/articles/themagic50.html
What are your ideas?
Here is the rest of my strength training program:
Bench or close grip Bench or DB bench
Weighted Pull ups
Overhead Squats or Waking Lunges
I tried to make it compact and productive.
Conditioning is my main concern, but I want to maintain my strength level.
I am 20 years old, 6’1 and 200lbs. My pics are outdated I am a little bit bigger now.
Thanks a lot for your advice!