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Old 03-30-2013, 10:50 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by syn View Post
I am strongly thinking of starting this routine.

Would this be suitable for a martial artist?
& would I still recover/gain muscle/get stronger if my routine was like this

Sun workout A
Mon - Kickboxing
Tue workout B
Wed - Kickboxing
Thur workout A
Friday -Rest
Sat - Kickboxing/MMA

to aid recovery I would add more calories, and do the weight training early morning, and kickboxing late in the even the next day so I would allow the maximum amount of time between the training sessions.


Perhaps I should cut out one of the mid week kickboxing sessions?

All advice will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks
I wouldn't cut any sessions. I would run it as you have ti structured, and allow for several weeks of conditioning.

I played basketball during my muscle building years. It all came down to eating enough so I could recover properly.
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