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  • Jay Cook
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    MMA training is gonna be different for everyone depending on their background, style, and goals. That being said, I would probably set up a week of training that looks something like this. Given the dynamics of the sport, there may be 1-3 two-a-days per week.

    Monday - Olympic Lifts, Functional Strength Movements, Core training, circuit-based cardio
    Tuesday - Martial Arts, Aerobic cardio
    Wednesday - Circuit Based Cardio with Functional Movements, Core Training
    Thursday - Off
    Friday - Powerlifting and Strongman Movements, Core Training
    Saturday - AM - Martial Arts PM - Swimming Cardio
    Sunday - Off

    Something along those lines. "Functional Movements" would include things like kettlebells, medicine balls, tire flips, sledgehammering, rope climbs, prowler sled, etc.

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  • Morgan
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    Thanks, looks like a good program.

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  • lhart6272
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    Originally posted by Morgan View Post
    I was curious if any one trained MMA Style I don't fight, but I used to wrestle and box and I enjoy that type of training. Any suggestions or a good set up? At present I have just sort of thrown in some weight training, cardio, and plyometric workouts, but nothing really organized.

    check out Defranco's ws4sb 1,2,&3

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  • Morgan
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    MMA style training

    I was curious if any one trained MMA Style I don't fight, but I used to wrestle and box and I enjoy that type of training. Any suggestions or a good set up? At present I have just sort of thrown in some weight training, cardio, and plyometric workouts, but nothing really organized.
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