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    Default Kickboxing straight after chest and bi workout?

    Does anyone think this will be too much it's on a Monday but I don't want to move chest and bi to a Tuesday because of rest period for shoulders and tris ... Would I be okay doing this or should I move weights so 4 days in a row... I find it hard to train on weekends hence why I dot want to move into that cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by benmc View Post
    Does anyone think this will be too much it's on a Monday but I don't want to move chest and bi to a Tuesday because of rest period for shoulders and tris ... Would I be okay doing this or should I move weights so 4 days in a row... I find it hard to train on weekends hence why I dot want to move into that cheers
    Kickboxing post workout should be fine, if your nutrition is dialled in and your rest/revovery is covered around workouts you should be good to go.

    I wouldn't recommend training 4 days in a row with the weights, try getting a rest day in between each workout or perhaps try 2 days on, 1 day off, and then 2 on again. This will give your entire body and CNS a break in the middle of the week with the day off to separate the workouts.
    Consistency is the key

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    Just from my friend's experience, kickboxing/other martial arts training, and my experience wrestling in high school, you'll be totally fine lifting and doing your kickboxing on Monday. Just stay hydrated and adjust your diet to make up for the added caloric deficiency on your kickboxing days.

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    Not at all. I like to do kickboxing cardio after I workout to help my muscles recover from soreness. Give it a shot you'll def. see great results
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    Ah sweet I'll make Tuesday my rest day instead of we'd then too give muscles a good rest cheers people

 

 

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