Gimme your training plan.[/quote]
I’m doing the WSB3 twice a week. So one week it’s ME-Lower and RE-Upper, then the next week it’s DE-Lower and ME-Upper.
In between those days I do something more “caveman-ish” twice a week - like the sprint/bear crawl thing, or tire-flipping thing, stuff like that. Some days it’s kettlebell and sandbag circuits - swings, windmills, turkish get-ups, etc. Other days it’s circuits with the prowler, sled-dragging, sledgehammer, battle-ropes, skipping rope…
And I’ll alternate between a 3-4k run or swim once a week.
Basically it’s something different five or six days a week. Each week is always new so it’s not repetitive, and I’m getting in lots variety of movement. I don’t go at it really hard, more how I’m feeling that day. My body is an arthritic collection of Judo trauma so I’m just trying to improve my mobility and keep my joints/muscles/heart relatively healthy.
No-gi in the evening two-three times a week (I coach submission wrestling), and Judo just one night.
Neck harness every day, one or two sets of front, back, and sides.
TONS of foam-rolling, lacrosse ball, and stretching. Yoga too. Sometimes I skip workouts just to foam-roll and and do yoga for an hour or two.
That’s about it.