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Fighter conditioning routine using kettlebells

Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by Sprawla007, Nov 2, 2010.

  1. Sprawla007

    Sprawla007 White Belt

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    I was reading up some other threads and someone mentioned the viking warrior conditioning routine, they said it was the perfect fighter conditioning routine, it increases your vo2 and builds strength. I have never head of this routine, can someone explain it to me please.
    Does anyone have any other simulular type routines that are perfect for fighters using mainly kettlebells and bodyweight exercises.
     
  2. kelikallinn

    kelikallinn Orange Belt

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    I've never heard about it before, and the name sounds like crap to me plus the video on youtube i checked made this look like a secret routine wich incredibly burns 1200kcals.
    But here you go:
    Let me google that for you
     
  3. Sprawla007

    Sprawla007 White Belt

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    how did you do that with the google, that was pretty cool hahah

    i already googled it and looked at videos on YouTube but i doesn't explain in detail how many sets or reps or how the routine works.
    I was hoping to hear it first hand from somebody that knew this routine.

    thanks anyway..
     
  4. XTrainer

    XTrainer Red Belt

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    I think you need to read the FAQs/stickies.
     
  5. MusclesMarinara

    MusclesMarinara Friends with Bigfoot

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    Here's a few exercises I would do:
    Turkish get ups
    clean and press
    Sumo deadlift high pull
    kettle bell swings
    one handed farmers walks

    you'll have to figure out what weight is best for you.
     
  6. pliftkl

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    You do it like this
     
  7. Kennethguye

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    ahhh i wish my broke ass could afford kettlebells
     
  8. FreddyFSU

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    delete
     
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