I assume you are “in-season”; in-season training is 100% based on:
- What you do off-season.
- Your practice/competitive schedule.
I don’t understand your question about conditioning? This has to be woven into your practice schedule and as always, everything has to be programmed together. Again, much of this is based on what you did in the off-season.
I can’t really tell you WHAT to do; as a coach, I am constantly monitoring the indicators of my athletes and adjusting the plan to make sure the outcome is ideal. I have a hard time believing you are a competitive MMA athlete and your coaches aren’t monitoring all of your training/recovery. If they aren’t, I’d ask for my money back. If you can’t find a qualified coach, you are going to have to learn all you can about periodization (planning your programming) as well as having certain indicators present to help you make decisions. But the bottom line is this; no one can tell you what you need to do outside of the people that you work with on a daily basis. It is literally impossible.