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Fat Loss /Muscle Gain Chest and Back Workout for Grappling/Martial Arts

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When training for athletics or any sport you’re looking to utilize the whole body in each workout ( the whole body is what we use no matter which extremities do the work) therefore training legs more frequently implies not taxing them to their full exhaustion but challenging at about 70% of their full capacity.. You have to lower the intensity in order to raise the frequency this way (you’re actually getting more training in than the person who blows themselves out every time they work out). Thus, choosing exercises which would appropriately be not too difficult yet challenging enough to cause results.
In this case we’ll utilize unilateral leg positioning while training chest and back, sense in most sports you’re pushing or pulling while one leg why not train that way. This type of work out will allow you not only to work on your strength and coordination, but it will allow you to feel how to have more of a base for your one leg movement ..which is the key since the foundation of all movement is stillness.

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