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    xingyiquan how does this routine look to you?

    Day A

    Around the body
    Figure 8 - Front to Back
    Figure 8 - Back to Front
    Halo Goblet Squat
    Two hand Swing
    One hand Swing
    Turkish get-up

    Day B

    Around the body
    Figure 8 - Front to Back
    Figure 8 - Back to Front
    Halo Goblet Squat
    Clean & Press
    Snatch
    Low Windmill
    Windmill

    I'm thinking of using it as a warm-up before The Gauntlet, also exploiting it to exercise on the fundamental exercises you said: swing, clean & press, snatch and goblet squat.
    I still don't feel like starting a workout from scratch so I was thinking of keeping The Gauntlet from repeating and adding some extra exercises first as a warm-up to improve

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      Looks nice Fremen but with lots of redundant moves and variations of the same. Problem is to get enough reps to progress. How about doing the following, use a coin to chose one variation or the other and a dice for reps and sets. Like tail is one hand swing for 3 sets of 5 (3 and 5 first and second dice throw) head would be 2hands swing

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        Originally posted by xingyiquan View Post
        Problem is to get enough reps to progress.
        A good number of reps per workout what could it be? I could keep the side exercises I like at low repetitions so that I can focus most of the training time and effort on the most meaningful exercises

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          BEFORE BREAKFAST

          πŸ“Œ 108 Ganesha Mantra
          πŸ“Œ 12 Ganesha Mudra
          πŸ“Œ Five Rites Workout
          πŸ“Œ Wu Qin Xi
          πŸ“Œ First Thing Water Challenge


          °°°

          BEFORE LUNCH

          πŸ“Œ Warm up: Surya Namaskara (5 min)
          πŸ“Œ Shoulder warm up: Rotator Cuff Workout
          πŸ“Œ Universal Warmup
          The Gauntlet, day 26, 8 kg -16 kg kettlebells, 30 sec rest Vrikshasana (Tree Pose)
          1 Minute Yoga Challenge, day 26
          πŸ“Œ Cool down and stretching: Surya Namaskara (5 min)
          πŸ“Œ Chakrasana (30 sec)
          πŸ“Œ Shoulder stretching: Shoulder Stretch Workout
          πŸ“Œ Uttanasana with hands clasped (1 min)

          °°°

          πŸ“Œ Daily Gratitude Challenge
          πŸ“Œ Counting Victories Challenge

          °°°

          Kettlebell Routine
          (8 kg)

          Around the body
          Figure 8 - Front to Back
          Figure 8 - Back to Front
          Halo Goblet Squat
          Swing
          Low Windmill
          Windmill
          Turkish get-up

          Strength Routine

          5 hammer grip pull-ups
          10 hindu push-ups
          33 hindu squats
          3 sets, no rest

          Combat Routine

          The Pits Workout lv I (5 min kick, jab, jab, cross, hook, uppercut)

          °°°

          I am tired and this means that I will have to give a nice cut to the "extra" training but I am very proud that today in the mirror I saw a hint of 6 pack



          Have a nice day bees ​​​


          Your path you must decide. Yoda

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            Originally posted by Fremen View Post

            A good number of reps per workout what could it be? I could keep the side exercises I like at low repetitions so that I can focus most of the training time and effort on the most meaningful exercises
            Ballistic 100 reps grind 15 to 50 specialty 10. With these you are good. You can wave of course meaning change volume by more or less 20% day

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              Thanks xingyiquan now it is much clearer

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                Maybe I have a reasonable training schedule, based on The Gauntlet and trying to tune the workouts:
                1 lower body (hindu squats), 2 upper body (pull-ups and hindu push-ups) 3 fighting techniques (The Pits Workout) 4 cuddles (yoga) 5 Red Bell
                Repeat.
                It starts tomorrow, the era of training the same every day with a progressive increase in load officially ends i can't train 4 out of 5 days in both bodyweight strength and fighting techniques.
                I picked up an interesting book on training periodization that could clarify many things to me, I'll read it

                I still have to think about the kettlebell routine.

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                  Good luck with working on your routine!

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                    Thanks Lady_Nicholson as usual I will make progressive experiments and adjustments

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                      It really IS a constant process of tweaking, isn’t it?

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                        Originally posted by DorothyMH View Post
                        It really IS a constant process of tweaking, isn’t it?
                        It is

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                          DorothyMH Gandhalfit I like to optimize

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                            Be careful, one can easily get lost in the black hole of optimization!

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                              HellYeah I'll be good until I finish reading the book on training periodization I will try to minimize the compulsive accumulation of exercises


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                                BEFORE BREAKFAST

                                πŸ“Œ 108 Ganesha Mantra
                                πŸ“Œ 12 Ganesha Mudra
                                πŸ“Œ Five Rites Workout
                                πŸ“Œ Wu Qin Xi
                                πŸ“Œ First Thing Water Challenge


                                °°°

                                BEFORE LUNCH

                                πŸ“Œ Warm up: Surya Namaskara (5 min)
                                πŸ“Œ Shoulder warm up: Rotator Cuff Workout
                                πŸ“Œ Universal Warmup
                                The Gauntlet, day 27, 8 kg -16 kg kettlebells, 30 sec rest Vrikshasana (Tree Pose)
                                1 Minute Yoga Challenge, day 27
                                πŸ“Œ Cool down and stretching: Surya Namaskara (5 min)
                                πŸ“Œ Chakrasana (30 sec)
                                πŸ“Œ Shoulder stretching: Shoulder Stretch Workout
                                πŸ“Œ Uttanasana with hands clasped (1 min)

                                °°°

                                πŸ“Œ Daily Gratitude Challenge
                                πŸ“Œ Counting Victories Challenge

                                °°°

                                Kettlebell
                                (as warm up) [8 kg]

                                Around the body
                                Figure 8 - Front to Back
                                Figure 8 - Back to Front
                                Halo Goblet Squat
                                Swing

                                Pull-ups & push-ups

                                5x4 hammer grip pull-ups
                                10x4 hindu push-ups

                                °°°

                                Today it went better, there is room for improvement but training is less tiring and more fun



                                Have a nice day bees ​​​


                                You must unlearn what you have learned. Yoda

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