Renato Tavares Pan 2011 Training

Posted by Renato Tavares BJJ - April 12, 2011 - Training - 2 Comments

Renato Tavares Pan Am Training 2011

Hey guys, Today I’m starting to post my training for Pan’s.
I divided my 6 weeks of training in 4 different parts. First 2 weeks I focused in building my over all conditioning.  I used a kettlebell to workout. I will post a VIDEO of the routine today.

The BJJ training was divided into 3 different routines: Monday, Wednesday and Friday I worked on positions in 3 rounds… of 8 minutes.

Tuesday I concentrated on specific training with 5 stations: Guard pass for 3 minutes and Guard for 3 minutes; Half guard top- 3 minutes and Half guard bottom 3min;  Side control top and side control scape 3 minutes;  Mount control 3 min and escape mount 3 min; Back control and back escape 3 min.  After 10 minutes of training.
Thursdays we started with 4 training sessions of 8 minutes.
The first 2 weeks I didn’t do any diet to reduce the 9 pounds I was over because I needed the energy to train.
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK I WILL ADD SOME VIDEOS ABOUT ROUTINES, AND EXERCISES.
Feel free to send me question. Thanks and hope enjoy the training routine.  Try it out and let me know what you think!

2 comments

  • admin says:

    This was the BJJ Situation Training we did Tuesdays on the first 2 weeks of training:

    • admin says:

      This week I am going to start adding videos and information about my training on the 3rd and 4th week before pan’s.
      Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays I was riding a bike from my house to the academy. Is about 30 minutes (7 miles). As soon as I got to the gym, I did some core training:

      Here are some positions I did for my 40 minutes of training, 4 X of 10 minutes, morning and night:


      Friday I only did the morning training so could do another hard train on Saturday for 1 hour and 30 minutes.

      Tuesdays and Thursdays were doing 15 minutes warm up with kettle bells as shown previously and here below:

      and 6 training sessions of 10 minutes morning and night.
      Sunday was the rest day.
      Keep check videos and information during this week
      Thanks

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