So much to do…

Aaaaargghhhh… If only I could make up my mind about what kind of training to focus on. I simply want to do it all: Kettlebells, gymnastics, martial arts, weightlifting, rockclimbing, running, strongman training etc.What is a guy to do? I really like the crossfit concept, because it includes basicly every worthwhile movement pattern I can think of. Right now my training week looks something like this:Monday: Rockclimbing 45 minutes in the morning, lifting weights in the afternoon and some cardio in the eveningTuesday: Ropeclimping, ring training and circuits 60 minutes, gymnastics in the evening.Wednesday: Interval training/obstacle course etc. in the morning, lifting weights in the afternoon, teaching kettlebell training in the evening.Thursday: Ropeclimping, ringtraining in the morning, gymnastics in the evening.Friday: Interval training in the morning, weightlifting and some martial arts. Saturday: Teaching kettlebells and doing 60 minutes of gymnastics.Sunday: RestIf only I could structure these activities into a more result producing routine…?? Suggestions, anyone? 

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About Dennis Frisch

Hi My name is Dennis Frisch. I've been an officer in the Danish Army through 8 years, incl. three years in the elite Danish Recce Batallion and an operational tour in Helmand Province, Afghanistan with the funcion of Recce Platoon Commander. I have completed the danish Commando Course, and later joined the cadre staff on this course as a specialist instructor. I am airborne qualified by the Danish SOF-unit, Jægerkorpset. I am an russian kettlebell enthusiast and instructor, and have been trained by and trained with master instructors such as Pavel Tsatsouline, Kenneth Jay, Tommy Eli, Steve Maxwell, Steve Cotter, Jon Engum, Brett Jones, Mark Reifkind, Andrea Du Cane, Dr. Mark Cheng, Jeff O'Connor and Sarah Cheatham I have a training backgound covering military disciplines such as military and naval pentathlon, orientering, strongman events (evolutionrace.dk), endurance events and swimming. My martial arts history started with full kontact karate and have through the years touched several arts including kick/thayboxing, traditional jujutsu, four range fighting system, judo, boxing, tai chi, filipino stickfighting and krav maga.
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One Response to So much to do…

  1. Rob says:

    Sounds to me like you’re doing it already man!
    I think kettlebells can be mixed in with the traditional weights between sets to enhance cardio and strength together. Gymnastics seperately and rock climbing seperately. It’s all cross training but split up will give you more benefit. Or just plain old specialization for a while and then keep moving onto something else but keep them all going to some extent

    Cheers
    Rob

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