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Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by ironkhan57, Aug 5, 2015.

  1. ironkhan57 Banned Banned

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    Im trying to make my own strength and conditioning plan so i need help and its for mma reasons even though im starting to do muay thai competition once i get back in america so i need to know how to make an effective strength and conditioning plan i was thinking tire flips sledge hammer workouts and barbell workouts and rope workouts so and i was also thinking putting in some heavy bag workouts but this is my first time making a strength and conditioning plan so anyone know how to make an effective strength and conditioning plan?
     
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    Look, it's the guy from KOTH who never stops for a breathing pause.
     
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    Ive never actually watched koth and i dont like that show so i have no idea who your talking bout
     
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    Anybody going to give me an idea of what my strength and conditioning plan should be
     
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    He means "Holy run-on sentence, batman".

    Have you read the FAQs? That's a good place to start.
     
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    1)Read the FAQ's.

    2)If you need further information, start a new Thread that includes information such as your previous experience(if any)of Strength Training, your goals and how much time you have available for training.

    3)Mr Punctuation is your friend.
     
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    If you don't know what you are doing, pick a beginner program and learn from it.
     

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