Do you agree with Firas Zahabi's flow training?

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  1. hasar Banned Banned

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    The whole point is you don't have to kill yourself every training session. Training must be fun and enjoyable. He said some guys go all in 3 days in a week. Then the next day wakes up sore and unmotivated. You don't need to run 5 miles everyday. Instead you could run 2-3 miles everyday and repeat it whole year. He says hard training causes injury. In the end your overall training time will surpass hard trainers. You've trained more without damaging your body and it's good for your health, career in the long run.

     
  2. chitoortiz Gold Belt

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    Nice and flowy Artem
     
  3. VinceArch Venom in the veins.

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    No ones the same. What works for Firas doesn't work for someone else and vise versa. I think it's good for the individual person to find out what works best for them.
     
  4. kenetics Silver Belt

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    Nope. He's into philosophy so he will most definitely think of some weirdo things to do or teach others.
     
  5. Spaceball Yellow Belt

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    What a bland statement....

    He's simply saying don't go >70-% if you go for the LONG run. 5 miles was just an example.
     
  6. Jedi Judah Brown Belt

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    This, its essentially the essence of MMA
     
  7. VinceArch Venom in the veins.

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    ;)
     
  8. VinceArch Venom in the veins.

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    Don't tell @Spaceball that though.
     
  9. Jedi Judah Brown Belt

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    Dude didn't even understand what you were saying lol
     
  10. VinceArch Venom in the veins.

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    In his defense it is late. Where I'm at anyway.
     
  11. lockjaw211 Black Belt

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    Yes artem! Beautiful artem! Nice and flowey artem!
     
  12. Chart69r Blue Belt

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    It's called greasing the groove
     
  13. gunsblazingmode Belt with 50 shades of grey

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    Bullshit
    So many researches over the years and this dude just thinks he is a fucking steve jobs.
    As far as i remember
    For str there is 3-5 reps of 80-90%1RM
    For str endurance there is 15-20 reps 50-60%1RM
    And etc
    Fuck this touchbutt vol. 2 training
     
  14. Pakman Steel Belt

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    yup. Should definitely take the advice of a Sherdogger over a guy who's one of the most successful coach's in the sports history.

    pipe it sporty spice.

    As someone above mentioned, everyone works and operates differently. If this is Firas' training methods and it fits you, stay. If it doesn't, move elsewhere.
     
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  16. kumitechamp Purple Belt

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    Seems very simple to me that you can train longer and safer week after week by not going 100%. You just gotta figure out how to get the most training in without injuring yourself or being too banged up to really work.
     
  17. Dorkman Silver Belt

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    Not my place to say, as i'm not a trainer or a fighter. Not even sure why i'm posting tbh..I'll show myself out.
     
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  19. West Linn Yellow Card Yellow Card

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    Yeah Sherdog is the best place to get training advice.
     
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