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Bodyweight Training shedule alongside judo?

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johannes hedman

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Hey, this is my first post to this forum, so Im sorry if I make some mistakes

Now, why I wrote this thread:

I want to increase my training shedule so I can get in better shape.
Right now im practising judo 2 times per week, and it is not enough for me to get stronger.

I want to do strengh training at home, and I need advice how to incorperate this into my shedule.

Current shedule:

Mon judo
Tue
Wed
Thu judo
Fri
Sat
Sun

Please give me advice, I am just a begginer to this, and I have trouble to understand where my rest days should be.

Thanks!
 

guardian7

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Hey, this is my first post to this forum, so Im sorry if I make some mistakes

Now, why I wrote this thread:

I want to increase my training shedule so I can get in better shape.
Right now im practising judo 2 times per week, and it is not enough for me to get stronger.

I want to do strengh training at home, and I need advice how to incorperate this into my shedule.

Current shedule:

Mon judo
Tue
Wed
Thu judo
Fri
Sat
Sun

Please give me advice, I am just a begginer to this, and I have trouble to understand where my rest days should be.

Thanks!

Search Kozushi on this forum. He is a big Judo guy. Often mentions how to fit his workouts and his Judo goals together.
 

offwidth

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Hey, this is my first post to this forum, so Im sorry if I make some mistakes

Now, why I wrote this thread:

I want to increase my training shedule so I can get in better shape.
Right now im practising judo 2 times per week, and it is not enough for me to get stronger.

I want to do strengh training at home, and I need advice how to incorperate this into my shedule.

Current shedule:

Mon judo
Tue
Wed
Thu judo
Fri
Sat
Sun

Please give me advice, I am just a begginer to this, and I have trouble to understand where my rest days should be.

Thanks!
@Kozushi
 

Papa Georgio

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If you are serious about your Judo, attached is a PDF of a challenging circuit given to me from Coach George Weers. If followed, I'd start off with working it in once a week. Depending on how challenging your Judo sessions are, you might be able to work up to twice a week. You could probably substitute exercises based on ability and equipment. Even if you don't follow, it should give you a clue to what he demanded from his players.

Good Luck

Edit: Obviously don't do this on the same day as Judo. Try to space it out in the week away from Judo if you can.
 

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Kozushi

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In my experience it's okay to do weights on the day before judo or even if you're athletic on the same day as judo before your judo training. Rest days are not a bad idea, so I recommend the days after judo as rest days. You are correct that you need supplementary strength training besides judo. Judo tires you out a lot more than weights do. Weight develop more strength but are a much more gentle exercise.

I recommend you lifts weights Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday. If you find Sunday is too much then just Wednesday and Saturday. Twice a week is enough considering you are doing judo twice a week also. You will get stronger.

The program I personally follow is called S&S. I think it is very good and it does help my judo endurance and strength a lot. However, you could choose instead a program that is only for strength as you are getting enough endurance training out of judo itself. The PTTP program is a good one as deadlifting is very helpful for judo. But, there are lots of good programs. You probably already have some in mind.
 

Pantrolyx

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Since you want to train at home, would you also prefer a program that does not require weights/equipment?
 

johannes hedman

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Thanks for all the posts!

I have a good idea of how my workout should be, and my judo coach have recommended exercises and such, so that shouldnt be a problem.

Really friendly and helpful posts, and thanks for the advice about a shedule @Kozushi, scince that was the most difficult thing for me.
 
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