How Brock Lesnar Trains For UFC

You can learn how  Brock Lesnar trains for UFC by following a sample of his routine. Brock Lesnar is a great fighter who is used to hard work. He grew up on a farm and woke extremely early everyday to help out around his parent’s farm. Now that he is an MMA Champion, he still approaches challenges with ambition and determination.

  1. Commit to exercising twice a day, four days a week.
  2. Meet with an MMA fighter. Brock’s morning routine is all fighting techniques. These really work muscles that gym equipment just can’t get to.
  3. Set up a schedule with a personal trainer. You will need to go through his evening routine. One of the most successful parts of his routine is that every day works different muscle groups. He never allows his muscles to get used to a set of exercises.
  4. Start eating six meals a day. In order to sustain this kind of program, you will need energy from carbohydrates and lots of protein to gain muscle.

First day, you will need to do:

  1. Bench Press: six sets of twelve repetitions 
  2. Incline Dumbbell Press: four sets of ten repetitions
  3. Dumbbell Flyes: three sets of eight repetitions
  4. Cable Crossovers: three sets of eight repetitions
  5. Tricep Dips: four sets of ten repetitions
  6. Tricep Pushdowns: four sets of ten repetitions
  7. Skull Crushers: three sets of ten repetitions

On the second day, you will need to do:

  1. Wide Grip Pull Up: four sets of six repetitions
  2. Medium Grip Pull Up: four sets of six repetitions
  3. Narrow Grip Pull Up: four sets of six repetitions
  4. Seated Cable Row: four sets of six repetitions
  5.  Stiffed-Legged Deadlift: four sets of six repetitions
  6. Deadlift: four sets of six repetitions
  7. Preacher Curl: four sets of twelve repetitions
  8. Hammer Curl: three sets of ten repetitions
  9. Incline Dumbbell Curl: three sets of ten repetitions

On the third day, you will need to do:

  1. Overhead Barbell Press: four sets of ten repetitions
  2. Seated Dumbbell Press: three sets of ten repetitions
  3. Dumbbell Front Raise: three sets of ten repetitions
  4. Dumbbell Lateral Raise: three sets of ten repetitions
  5. Smith Machine Upright Row: four sets of six repetitions
  6. Barbell Dumbbell Shrug: four sets of six repetitions

On the fourth day, you will need to do:

  1. Leg extension: three sets of ten repetitions
  2. Leg Curl: three sets of ten repetitions
  3. Narrow-Stance Smith Machine Squat: four sets of six repetitions
  4. Medium-Stance Smith Machine Squat: four sets of six repetitions
  5. Wide-Stance Smith Machine Squat: four sets of six repetitions
  6. Leg Press: four sets of six repetitions 
  7. Stiff-Legged Deadlift: four sets of six repetitions

 

 

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