I have posted before, and been offered some very helpful advice. Unfortunately, due to numerous circumstances I have not used the gear. I recently got some advice from someone reguarding a cycle for my specific needs. I will try to be as thorough as possible.
I am training as a competetive mma fighter. I also help train others as well to make money so my schedule is filled with training. I am 30, 5’8, walk around at around 165 fight at about 154.9. I have been weight training for several years. My real ambition is to reduce overtraining. You will see from my schedule it is pretty packed. It is tough to eliminate anything. My weight training conditioning usually follows a Westside for Skinny Bastards paradigm. I use standard core lifts, but I also incorperate some strong man work (sand bag, sledge hammer, sled dragging, log carries, kettlebells, and bodyweight excercises for supplemental work. My diet is pretty clean consisting of high protein, low glycemic index carbs, moderate fats, and appropriate post workout meals. I do cheat every now and then but never before any type of competition.
Submission Grappling in the early AM
Afternoon Weight training Max effort lower body squat, or deadlift. A unilateral accesory excercsise like lunges, step ups, etc. or dimmels/rdls, ab circuts between sets. I may work my bis and traps depedning on how I feel. Later on I will coach throught the day and maybe spar (boxing) with some of my guys depedning on how I feel. I will finish at 10.
Boxing in the AM (kicks the sh-t out of me). Come home teach/coach. Submission grappling in the evening and I will usually roll with the guys afterwords.
Submission Grappling in early AM. Rest. Hit boxing in the early afternoon. Work/coach throught the day until 10.
Muay Thai training…padwork, clinch, knee, etc. Come home nap. Teach and roll with some of the students…usually pretty light.
Friday. Submission Grappling early AM. Weight training PM. Max repetition day…select upper or lower body excercise depending what is still moving, then do related supplemental accessory work. If I am up to it I will spar boxing/muay thai with the students.
Muay Thai/MMA training/sparring. This depends on what my trainer decides and which training partners show hope. It can last between 1-2 hours. REST
Teach in the morning. REST Weight Training…Max effort upper body (usually some kind of bench), related supplementals accesories.
WOW! That’s alot. No wonder I overtrain all the time. Keep in mind that not every practice session is balls to the wall and a good portion is spent drilling technique. It would be very hard to eliminate any one of them, to tell the truth because one aspect or another of my overall game would be sacrificed.
Now here is the grocery list. I have not obtained dossage information, and I was hoping that you guys might be able to help with that. It is for 12 weeks:
Winny 3x a week
Var 2x a day (20mgs?)
Arimidex 2x a week
Clomid at the end. As I stated before, I want to try to reduce overtaining…I cannot really gain weight. Unless there is a huge (and I mean dramatic) increase in stregnth there is no way I can afford it. I walk around between 160-165 and I am pretty lean. I will have to really be strict to get down to 153.9. I am not sure I can make that if I use. There is a 154-159 class…and a 165 class which I might want to stay out of. At 5’8" some of those guys either come down from 180-190…or just bedwarf me in height.
So am I heading in the right direction? Feedback? Advice?