No peak or anything, just a random ME session.
Altered my set up of my strength work and added conditioning to the work load. I didn't mean it like I cold turkey switch. More like a phase shift into a different style of training.
Poor wording on my part. The most recently I did a martial arts was about a year ago.
I have a heavy bag that I have been trying to use on a semi regular basis lately. Specifically working combos, reconditioning my shins, and getting my knee and kick technique down. Unfortunately I have no where to hang it once I move (Moving to a downstairs apartment, no garage). My girlfriend is at bootcamp currently, but I'm hoping when she gets back she can do some padwork with me. She is also a interested in learning grappling, so that gives me a dummy to work ground technique with without having to muscle around too much.
For the time being, especially until I get used to the workload, I don't think I can recovery from 4 weight training sessions. At least not naturally. Still keeping a similar style of training with the ME Upper and Lower, but I'm going to cram the DE work into one day and rather than train the power lifts specifically, probably do some sort of olympic lifting with some complex or strongman medley afterwords.
Once school starts I should be able to still make one or two training sessions at my gym, but that also opens me up to the Judo and Martial Arts club on campus. They don't really have any equipment besides some mats and a stand up heavy bag and they don't always lets you go too hard, but it still some technique work and the MA club has open mat time. I can usually find at least one person who knows what they are doing. I don't have an extra pair of shin guards for a sparring partner, but I have an extra pair of boxing gloves and MMA gloves.
Other than that I should be able to add in some shadowboxing and technique work on other days. Bag work if I can find a place to hang it.