On its own this isn’t that much, but given your 3 MMA sessions it can be. If your main goal is MMA, weights are your GPP. That doesn’t mean it’s conditioning, it means it builds the strength you need to be strong where it matters.
3x8 FSL is pointless especially on lower body, if you are training for strength and general capacity to stay strong through a fight. 3-5 sets x 3-5 reps FSL. Especially on lower body. If your mechanics are better for squat than deadlift, do 5 reps on Squat FSL and 3 on deadlift FSL. If the other way, turn it around obviously.
In one workout you do Deadlift, Clean, and OHP, all in 531. Doable, but if you do all this, that’s your workout done. No curls, dips, nothing. MAYBE a couple of sets for core, done! Also, alternate. Look at the 531 Beach Body Challenge to see how Press, Squat, Deadlift, and OHP is changed between workouts. You can do that weekly instead. Say one week you do 531 on Deadlift, work up to TM on Press for either a single or a PR, and do 3-5 sets of 3 reps of Cleans on FSL, or even SSL if you feel fresh. Then the next week change it. Then again. That means by the time you get through a 3 week cycle for each lift it takes 9 weeks before you need to raise TM, and you still train and improve them all every week.
For Squat and Bench Day, again, you can interchange between one of them 531, the other FSL, or even cycle them on a 9 weekly basis like the other 3 lifts, that way you can alternate between 1 week squat 531, bench work to TM, next week both on FSL only, third week, squat TM, bench 531. For assistance, keep your RDL, sure, but after that don’t go crazy on assistance. A chin up or a row, pick one each week or each 3 week block, a hammer curl simply for bicep tendon health, and abs if you didn’t hammer them much on MMA training.
All 531 weeks on lifts can be replaced by 5s Pro at an even lower TM, 80-85%, if you wanna eliminate rep max sets or minimise them.
The only time you do sets of 8-12 is on RDLs, chin ups/rows, curls, and abs. If you want to do kind of a BB upper/Athlete Lower layout, then keep the low rep FSLs on lower lifts, and do 5-8 reps on FSL for Press and Bench.
Your progress will be slower, but a lot more solid, with the TMs raising slower, giving your body room to adapt while improving your main focus: MMA.
Also, look up Krypteia Redux. That’s a viable option, if you want to do it 2 days a week just roll the 3 workouts over the weeks on a 2 day split.
Disclaimer: These are only recommendations based on personal experience, not professional or medical advice.
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Hope I could help, good luck!