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bjj and weight training at same day

Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by rank1grappler, Dec 27, 2016.

  1. rank1grappler White Belt

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    Im.
     
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  2. TheeFaulted Inzer Belt

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    Seriously, there's no need to use that word.
     
  3. Curly Peibce Banned Banned

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    Gotta eat bro...
     
  4. pokerandbeer Purple Belt

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    it would need to be seperated by several hours
     
  5. TheLuckiest Black Belt

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    I don't think you can go all out on both the same day and get good results.

    One will suffer in quality of work IMO.
     
  6. sen2two Bangarang!

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    I do a 45 minute stability routine (it's rough though). Then a high intensity circuit (30 minute routine) directly after. Then about 15 minute rest. Then 1 hour or so striking/sparring. Then directly into BJJ.... I make a "meal replacement" type drink to consume inbetween striking and BJJ.

    Man up pussy...
     
  7. JinKazama Silver Belt

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    ive lifted in the morning and still pretty amped by the preworkou to get through bjj at night

    if you can fit a nap between both then maybe that might work as well
     
  8. Codger Brown Belt

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    Try it. U can either manage it or you can't. Only one way to find out
     
  9. Karihtala White Belt

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    I usually try to hit the weights before BJJ, because I feel that weight training doesn't affect my BJJ performance as much. It's also a good way to focus more on technique, because you have already lost most of your steam in the gym. If possible, I try to always separate them so that there's at least 8 hours in between, but sometimes it's impossible. In those days I try to go to the gym before JJ.

    Today I have to do jiu-jitsu first, hopefully my deadlifting doesn't suffer too much
     
  10. Steve3730 Green Belt

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    I've done it for years. But my lifting is not that intense 45m-1 hour a day 3-4 mornings a week and BJJ 3 nights a week plus the weekend.
     
  11. Big Tuppy Hole Gold Belt

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    I went all out on both for about 6 months, 5 days heavy compound weights with alot of runni g, skipping, rowing ect followed by a long sauna and a dip in a cold pool (2 half hour session) g homeome eat dinner then off to bjj 3 nights and 1 day a week after working an 7 hour day, I burnt out and crashed hard
     

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