Starting training more seriously. Been an on-off casual lifter for a while. Not that I wasn't into it, I was unmotivated by a lack of results. Caused by a lack of understanding of basic training principles.
My sport is Brazillian Jiu Jitsu. Unlike a lot of people who've take it up because it's the new thing. And all seem to tire of it in three months. I've have been going at it for a while.
I'm big. Just over 6'3" tall. But very, very poor maximum strenght. Of course a lot of people see my size as a huge advantage. And it is against a 70kg weakling. But I think my lack of strenght, combined with my size, works a little bit against me. Taking away the essential mobility.
To cut a short story shorter. Everyone always tells me I'm good. And I can hang with the most experienced people in training when it's relaxed and more technical. I've entered a few things, had mixed results. I'd like to have a very competitive year next year. And I think strenght training is going to help me have one. It's not the whole solution, but it's part of it.
Anyone is welcome to comment. I definitally consider my self a student at the gym. It's only been in the last six months that I have stopped doing silly, time wasting, counter productive things. Please don't post comments about Jiu Jitsu here. Unless they're to do with conditioning for Jiu Jitsu.
As far as the actual program. I looked at what I was lacking. Like most "athletes" (not that I really consider my self one. haha.) I suffer from a weak posterior chain. My program is an adaptation of the WS4SB III template.
Thread: uKazushi's training log.