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Morning GPP, BJJ and the rest

Discussion in 'Training Logs' started by spirez, Apr 30, 2008.

  1. spirez Purple Belt

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    Goals:

    Significantly improve cardio, grip strength and muscle endurance for competition

    Rehab on problematic ares (shoulders, ankle)

    Work towards building strength and build up to 77kg (currently around 72)

    I'll record times where possible although i dont think it's important in certain workouts like the first GPP session as the squats and press ups are done quite slowly to maximize time under tension.

    29/04/08

    Morning GPP

    press up ladder 10-1
    ATG squat ladder 10-1
    Burpee ladder, 1-10

    so 10 press ups, 10 squats, 1 burpee
    9 press ups, 9 squats, 2 burpees etc

    Took around 8 minutes

    30/04/08

    Morning GPP

    Tabata rounds

    squats
    pull-ups
    lunges
    press-ups

    squats
    pull-ups
    lunges
    press-ups

    squats
    pull-ups
    lunges
    press-ups

    burpees
    half burpees (no press-up)

    7 minutes of work - not as tough as yesterday!

    BJJ - 2 hours
     
  2. spirez Purple Belt

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    Had a day off yesterday due to a slight injury in BJJ on Wenesday!

    02/05/2008

    Tabata rounds, only 1 of each exercise.

    Skipping
    Med ball slams
    squat to shoulder press w/ resistance bands
    back extensions
    DB flyes
    V-ups
    Mountain climbers
    cone/ladder agility station
    press-ups
    open + tuck
    box jumps
    bicycles

    I teach a circuit class on friday mornings and just joined in with the last round. The first two rounds are longer, 60 seconds work and 45 seconds work respectively. Might do the whole thing next week!
     

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