Ok, so I'm starting with kick box training. I will train 3 days a week. I was into bodybuilding for 3 years with, I would say, modest results. It was a big tranformation for me though. I never had more than 60kg before going to the gym, now I had 76kg at one moment and I'm generally bigger. For these 3 years I gained, let's say about 4.5cm in my hands. I've had personal trainer for 2,5 years. For the last 6 months I don't and I'm stagnating. I'll take personal trainer again in the next few days.
I'm on diet for years now (made by my trainers) and would like to know how to continue gaining mass while training kick box. My goal was always to get as big as I can naturally, and I like more to be big then to be ripped. Of course, my main goal is to get bigger hands.
I generally had most luck with bulkier diet plans. Also I trained 4 times a week for a long period of time, even 5 days a week, and I had results. Actually, the best results came in this period.
I would like to know what you think on my training program, what it should look like in terms of exercises and eating plans and should I split my trainings. If I train kick box 3 times a week, how much days should I devote to gym? Can I gain mass with 2 days a week weight training?
- I don't want to be professional bodybuilder nor I ever wanted that. I want to get as big as I can, and my goal isn't to get too lean. My belly is currently 90cm and I'm totally ok with that. When I'm on bulking it really doesn't bother me much.
- I don't want to compete. I'm taking classes in kick box because it gives a lot of confidence and it gives practical fighting skills that work on a lot of people that aren't training martial arts/aren't using weapons. (I plan to train it for a year or two) As long as my mass isn't making me some big problems in fighting I don't have problem with it.
Sorry for my bad english, it's not my mother thongue