Good workout?

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  1. Bruiser

    Bruiser White Belt

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    Hi everyone. I've been doing some digging and think I've come up with some good exercises to build strength, power and explosiveness.

    Some Plyometrics, such as plyo push-ups, box jumps, jumping squats and med ball throws/slams

    Some olympic lifts such as cleans and jerks, for developing explosive power.

    Squats, bench press and deadlift for building strength.

    Also working the heavy bag (main one) and sledgehammer slams with a tire. While I'm not in competition for a while my main goal is to develop strength and power and gonna use 2 or 3 days a week to do this. My question is how would I break this up? Is it okay to do everything in one workout twice a week? Should I cut it into parts and do one part on day A and the other on day B? Also will be doing some running and swimming to keep my cardio up.

    Let me know what you think, thanks
     
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    sams740 White Belt

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    Many people wants to lots of workouts to maintain their body fit. My small suggestion is swimming and running is the good choice to make the body fitness. Walking, cycling and playing games also makes the body more fitness. My small suggestion is to make body fits and reduce weight loss running is the best. Always is do this because Running is best work for Weight loss and maintaining the body into more fitness. Doing heavy workouts in the Gym, is also gives some negative results. So try to maintain the correct time to do the exercise in a right manner.
     
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  3. deadshot138

    deadshot138 Black Belt

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    Do your cleans and strength work on the same day and use cardio days as active rest
     
  4. MatterOverMind

    MatterOverMind Pulling for you

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  5. JosephDredd

    JosephDredd Gold Belt

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    Why is this being liked? Am i missing a joke?

    That routine is the worst. Do this:

    Day 1
    Squat
    Bench or military press

    Day 2
    Deadlift / SLDL
    pull-ups or rows

    Build up to big poundages in each lift.

    Do yoga.

    Run or do sledgehammer work.
     
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  6. NurseKnuckles

    NurseKnuckles My Mom's stronger than you belt

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    Box Jumps
    Cleans
    Squat
    Press
    Prowler

    MedBall Throws
    Snatch
    Deadlift
    Press
    Hammer your tires

    Run on off days
    masturbate lots
     
  7. jonander50

    jonander50 Yellow Belt

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    What works for me for strength is basics at 8-10 rep range, making strength progress slow but steady, with less neurological fatigue so you can still do specifics
     

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