I wonder if I can skip the NEPA and keep my MMA trainings.
I trained 5 days a week: Kick Boxing Mon, Wed and Fri. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Tues and Thurs.
Saturday is a free open mat day.
Suanday rest day (here can make my NEPA).
Anyways my kick boxing training involve a lot of plyometrics, lunges, HIIT (High Intense Interval Training), etc.
My BJJ training involve a lot of resistance training: push-ups, burpee’s, a lot of jogging, ground fighting (witch is pretty much a lot of full body workout).
I’m wating for your comment here. Ohhh one last thing… my V-Diet Workout as you can see are on my Kick Boxing days. :D[/quote]
You didn’t really specify, are you doing the V-Diet?
What is your goal? From your workout, you look like you are training for MMA. The V-Diet’s goal is fat loss. If your workout is different than the V-Diet workout, then you aren’t really doing the V-Diet.
I’m not knocking your goals at all. Training for MMA is awesome and a worthwhile goal, but if you are trying to lose weight via the V-Diet, you need to do the V-Diet workouts.
You just won’t have the energy for all that other stuff. I’m sure that Chris or others can give you the scientific reasonings with calories, muscle loss, energy, etc, but I know from personal experience of what a bad idea it is to try and do other activities while V-Dieting. I thought I could still play hockey while on the V Diet, and quickly found out that it was a bad idea. I just didn’t have the energy or stamina. So I stopped for 4 weeks and came back to the ice rink a lot lighter and a lot better player.