what would be your ideal schedule?

Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by shouldercharge, Aug 26, 2010.

  1. shouldercharge

    shouldercharge Dave Camarillo idoliser

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    as above being realistic what would be your dream training schedule if you were wanting to become the best possible competition grappler if you still had to work around a job.
     
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  2. MaiLeeGoodFck**

    MaiLeeGoodFck** White Belt

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    train every single day then clean the mats and sleep in the gym using ur gi as covers...didnt one of the gracies do that
     
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    Alaskantkdkid Green Belt

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    Literally live at a high level gym.
     
  4. CYBORG MONDO

    CYBORG MONDO Blue Belt

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    ehhhh live about 10 mins from the gym.
    get paid to train. a friend of mine made a deal with james wilks similar to that.
    the deal is as follows:
    he trains 6 days a week.
    every class
    and he has to actually fight.
    in return he dosent have to pay wilks a dime.
    so far he has made tremendous progress. daves a beast
     
  5. Aranjuez

    Aranjuez White Belt

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    My local schools only offer short, open mats on Saturdays and Sundays. I've never understood why more schools don't cater to the weekend crowd.

    So... the ideal schedule would obviously leave you with two days off of work so you can train your ass off those days; along with the standard after work sessions.
     
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    thereddestruby Yellow Belt

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    shit gets hella easy when your boss trains at the same place you do. That's my secret.
     
  7. elbigsam

    elbigsam Blue Belt

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    i find the 24 on 48 hour off schedule of a firefighter to be pretty ideal. 24 hours on work where you are free to workout and sleep whenever not on a call or cleaning something. 48 hours off to train bjj. in a perfect world i would jog or do circuits on my days at work, then hit bjj for 3 classes a day, 1 in the am 2 at night. weekend schedule at the gym means it doest always work out that perfect, however it is pretty easy to hit around 10 to 15 hours of class per week, as we have 1 workout sat and sunday.
     

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