I didn’t use the search function because the question relates to something to do with my exact program.
I am currently doing a type of functional training, high intensity multi compound progam, and wonder if because I have been succeeding at it for a while now, if it is likely I could (if my technique was good) pick up and slam another man up to let’s say 230lbs.
the program is:
Monday - Friday
Warmup for several minutes with shadowboxing or rope skipping.
Take a 100lb boxing heavy bag as an off chain workout.
Stand it up, go down on the right knee, right hand underneath the bag, tip it onto the left shoulder and drive up with the left leg until standing. Then run a few steps with the bag, drop it and land on it, then ground and pound it. 30 second later stand it up, and do the same with the opposite side, that is onto the right shoulder and drive up with the right leg.
Over the course of 9 minutes that is 18 pickups and slams, with in between ground and pound to keep the heart going and do a little up body work. Also, the pickups and carries to take it out back and after back in the house.
aerobics; skip rope for 3 minutes, drop and do 10 pushups, 10 situps and 10 body weight squats. Pick up the rope and do it all again, and ideally a third cycle.
This is a perfect setup for me as a 50 year old man, more of a less is more approach.
I am please asking for opinions without getting first committed to trying it.