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A newbie start to training

Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by nholmes88, May 13, 2008.

  1. MMA Junkie 19 White Belt

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    Yeah, you're right. It might be a bit complicated. I guess I should suggest that they take it one week at a time and watch the available videos before as instructions for proper form. Other than that, this program offers a 'new' routine every week, which helps keep newbies interested long enough to see some results.
     
  2. RollinDownRodeo Blue Belt

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    I didn't click on that link but I would think that if a newbie wants to "get the whole body going" you should be doing squats and deadlifts.
     
  3. John L Sullivan Blue Belt

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    How has this thread not been locked and moved to the wasteland?
     
  4. Justyn Riley Blue Belt Professional Fighter

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    Thank you.
     
  5. rEdShawks Brown Belt

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    no problem
     
  6. MMA Junkie 19 White Belt

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    so any update on progress TS ?
     

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