power, endurance and strength?

Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by Justin23452, Aug 8, 2005.

  1. Justin23452

    Justin23452 Guest

    Alright I will tell you guys what Ive got and mb someone could help me out here with some type of routine I could do.

    1.Total gym
    2.300lbs Olympic weight set with bar.
    3.Adjustable bench
    4.2x25 dumbells
    5.2x10 ""
    6.Swiss ball
    7.Stationary Bike
    8.Optical Trainer
    10.Pull-up bar
    11.Heavy bag

    I might get flammed I might not. I dunno but if anyone could help i would be greatful

    btw im 6 or 6'1
    185lbs Im trying to get my weight up around 205
    Thanks
     
  2. wenispinkle

    wenispinkle Skankin' It Easy...

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    id suggest westside, but you might not be experienced enough for that yet.

    go to www.t-nation.com , and read chad waterburys articles. after doing that you can tweak his routines to be more specific to your goals and it will prime you for more weight training.

    youve got tons of equipment to do cardio with....if you fight obviously you should be hitting the bag. but the heavybag also makes for a great "sandbag".... ive used mine to do alot of different sandbag exercises, but i dont really know too many you should ask urban about sandbag training i think hes been doing it for awhile. you can do tabatas on your stationary bike if you want. pullup bars good for not only pullups but you can do some ab training with leg raises and whatnot.

    get creative....no one here wants to just put a routine together for a guy whos goals or needs they know nothing about.....good luck
     
  3. Funkster

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    How we can help you out without knowing your goals? What are you training for? MMA? Or are you just lifting to get strong?

    You've got a fairly decent slection of equipment there, but first establish why you're training and have a read of the stickies to get some ideas on where and how to start.
     
  4. Urban

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    total gym? you mean that chuck norris piece of shit? First step: take that and throw it at the fucking paperboy tomorrow morning. then go do some squats.
     
  5. Fedorable

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    that would not make Chuck happy, I would suggest putting it in your attic and not letting Chuck know you did that.
     
  6. Justin23452

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    Anyways I do do squats, I use the total gym mostly to work my upper back. And I want to train for MMA.
     
  7. wenispinkle

    wenispinkle Skankin' It Easy...

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    arg....do some high pulls for upper back
     
  8. Urban

    Urban Savage Mystic

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    High/snatch pulls, bent over rows, pullups, and hucking your total gym at the neighborhood brat will work your upper back.

    anyways, to get a routine: read the stickies. to gain weight: eat more. it's that simple. Eat big, lift heavy, go home happy.
     

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