Experiance Needed for Certain Work-Outs

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    Sep 02, 2008 2:14 AM GMT
    I asked the question on another thread someone posted about it but it doesnt seem to be getting much looks so i thought id ask my own.

    With the Train like a fighter work out, it seems really intense, but varations and speed make it seem like something id be interested in however, im worried that with my noob ablities and out of shape...ness? im worried that i wont beable to do it

    i know the only way to find out is to try, but my real question is there such a thing as a work out that requires a certain amout of experiance?
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    Sep 02, 2008 5:14 AM GMT
    Not necessarily are you experienced to do them, but are you fit? I'm a gym rat so I see a LOT of beginners come up and try to run before they learn to walk. First thing they like to do is pick up two too heavy dumbells, stand with their back arched, lock their knees, and proceed to jerk up one or two horrible reps before they let their arm literally plummet back to their side. Later, after they've rested for about fiteen minutes after a set of five and 1 horrible half, they tackle the bench where they'll either breath out when they should be breathing in or forget to breath alltogether.

    Ofcourse, they forget to ask for a spotter and forget that they can't lift 50 pounds this way let alone the 100 extra they piled on. What they ought to do is start by increasing their knowledge of the exercises and the equipment before they even start. If you are familiar with all of what goes into the fighter workout, go for it, you are certainly fit, mentally anyway, but if you are merky on anything, get versed in it first. Nothing worse than seeing someone try something they don't have any idea about. That isn't trying. You can't try if you barely have the means to start.

    I remember this guy who used to go to my gym, his name was, Tiny, eventhough he was far from being tiny. He spent more time with his head buried in books about weightlifting then he did on the floor lifting. He had amazing results to show for it, because when he finally did get on the floor, he knew exactly what to do and how to do it.

    My advice to you about this routine is to study it well, take it apart and gradually progress through those parts until you can complete it the way whatever whacko who wrote it, intended for it to be completed.