A new program and some other questions

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    A new program and some other questions

    Hello there
    First of all I just want to thank the Darbee, staffs and community, for creating the best fitness website I have ever seen. Thanks all of you.
    I just finished the Total program, and I loved it. I did it while I run in mountains and hills (upward) for Cardio building.
    And now I want to start a new one but I intend it to use a mix of programs and workouts, but I am just a beginner so I am asking for your help with that.
    Here are my "stats":
    182cm (5′ 11), 70kg (154lbs)
    I can hold myself pretty well in term of cardio and lower body exercises. (I can Run more than 10 km easily, and had no problem completing the lower body exercises at all)
    My upper body is pretty weak to the point I hated Push-ups days...
    No health problems at all, I don't smoke, drink or do any drugs.
    And no available equipment.
    Here is what I want:
    An agility, cardio an endurance focused training, That will help me the move to Combat or training next, or any other combat programs.
    I am considering one of these three: 30 Days of Gravity, Epic five or 30 Days of HIIT advanced. With a different workout every day, like Ninja Speed.
    But I have no idea what workouts should I use, or if I can mix two or more programs... So any help would be really appreciated.

    Some other questions:
    I have some minor pain in my left knee when bent, should I stop running and training until it is healed?
    Is it possible to self-learn martial art without a coach? Not to the point of being a professional or anything close to that, just learn the moves and techniques
    Also Any tips, advices or mistakes should I know about before I start.

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    Originally posted by Enieslobby77 View Post
    Is it possible to self-learn martial art without a coach? Not to the point of being a professional or anything close to that, just learn the moves and techniques
    How To Learn Martial Arts At Home And Why You Should
    10 Scientific Reasons Combat Moves Make You Fitter and Smarter
    Mine are just personal considerations, keep that in mind
    Combat HIIT is a great choice to start practicing some fighting techniques because there is a handy video to follow for each day.
    Guide to Punching
    Guide to Kicks
    The "problem" of choosing more than one program and doing them together is that each program is designed to be done as a single training so the two programs may tire you too much without giving you the chance to recover enough.
    Try to check out the challenges maybe:
    Fitness Challenges
    It is easier to make a training work with one program and one or more challenges than multiple programs together.

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