Do you ever wonder exactly what lifts Shane Carwin does to be in peak physical shape for competitions? The lifts Shane Corwin does for training are something he has worked toward for years. It should go without saying, but don't try this at home, boys and girls.
Nobody leaps into a regime like this without being in spectacular physical condition beforehand. Shane is between 5'11" and 6'1" (accounts vary). His page on the UFC site states he is 6'2" and weighs 265.
Shane lifts weights every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 11-1. And that's as specific as he gets. Asking what lifts Shane Carwin does is like asking KFC what their 17 herbs and spices are. MMA weight training in general is different than bodybuilding weight training, because a mixed martial arts enthusiast needs speed and agility more than they need mass. You'll need to do a five-minute cardio for warmup before beginning any lift routine, especially when you're working well above what the average bodybuilder lifts.
Shane's workouts also include a daily run. Because he continues to work full-time as an engineer, he fits the rest of his workout around his job and life as a husband and father. He can most frequently be found at the Grudge Training Center in Denver, Colorado with coach Trevor Wittman.
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