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Old 03-02-2005, 19:04   #16
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I have everything squared away. but I need to shave about .30 off my run so I can Max it (And not have to Die trying) my last PT score was a 306. And I puked after. But I want to get my run time down by .30 before I leave in July.
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Old 03-03-2005, 12:47   #17
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Razor: No, I hadn't. I will try it out when the body has recuperated and I no longer walk like a starched suit.

There's another added benefit to your idea. In my limited experience, movements have become more automatic when performed correctly during (stress and) fatigue.

The reasoning for my setup was that I wanted to concentrate on endurance and I have read that whatever you wanted to be concentrating on should come first. The difference is that that note was in regard to two passes per day.


Regarding H2H, I also do visualization. Instead of completely concentrating on my movements, however, I hold the opponent in a vital role.
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Old 03-03-2005, 13:41   #18
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Video recording of, preferbly your own, sparring sessions can be interesting too.
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Old 03-03-2005, 13:50   #19
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I started playing with Modern Arnis again, I have done this in the past, but have strayed recently.
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Old 03-04-2005, 22:52   #20
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Anybody PTing or Hand To Gland in body armor or weighted vests?
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Old 03-05-2005, 04:02   #21
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Anybody PTing or Hand To Gland in body armor or weighted vests?

Does my gut count?
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Old 03-05-2005, 10:36   #22
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Rather than just doing boxing routines on the heavy bag, I've started incorporating some of the WWII combatives strikes into the workout.
What reference are you using?
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Old 03-05-2005, 10:37   #23
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Old 03-05-2005, 12:51   #24
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Anybody PTing or Hand To Gland in body armor or weighted vests?
We train H2H with gloves ("Combat", made by Fighter. Free fingers on inside, good for grappling and gripping), leg protection (just below the knee and down, with a flap over the foot and fastened below it), suspensor (dick cover), mouth guard.

A few years ago I had the opportunity to fight with a red man suit on, which is complete body armor.

How's your H2H training lined up?
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Old 03-05-2005, 13:04   #25
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After beginning to run again for the first time in many years, I found myself getting lots of knee/ankle/hip pains - not major strains but warning signs from all those little stabilizer muscles. To avoid injury, I've cut running back to 3x per week, and am now doing a 2000 meter fin swim 5x per week. The fins (I'm using Zoomers) seem to be increasing my flexibility and joint strength quickly. Plus, they really boost your heart rate in the water.

On top of that, I'm doing a two-day split on free weights - legs/back/biceps 2x per week, and chest/shoulders/tricpes 2x per week with a day of bodyweight-only strength training in between splits. The split program allows me to work opposing muscle groups on successive days. I was using the Kettlebells, but got bored working out by myself at home.

I have lost 20 lbs. in three months this way, and am getting close to my goal.
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Old 03-05-2005, 13:31   #26
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We train H2H with gloves ("Combat", made by Fighter. Free fingers on inside, good for grappling and gripping), leg protection (just below the knee and down, with a flap over the foot and fastened below it), suspensor (dick cover), mouth guard.

A few years ago I had the opportunity to fight with a red man suit on, which is complete body armor.

How's your H2H training lined up?
Red Man is not body armor.
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Old 03-06-2005, 06:58   #27
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True, didn't think of that context.
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Old 03-06-2005, 07:47   #28
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"hit conditioning". Take a 2" diameter wooden dowel, roll it up and down your shins, then bounce it on your shins, strike at the thighs front and side. Repeat process for the forearms. Next stand still with legs slightly apart and take kicks and strikes from a partner blocking only with forearms and shins.

This has taken the 'fear' out of contact for me allowing me to concentrait on the matter at hand. Fear of pain has been a problem for me in the past.
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Old 03-06-2005, 09:03   #29
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Kyobanim that's impressive that you do that.

Stanely White, nifty card trick for pushups!

I have a piece of steel in my right foot that prevents me from keeping it in the standard flexed position during push-ups. It doesn't affect me in walking or biking but it does with pushups. Sometimes I just push-down with the top of my right-foot-toes scrunched up touching the floor, like when I am doing them just to stay awake during or before a looong con call, but that's too off-balance to be really effective. Or I use a low ottoman, but that makes it easier I think.

I've thought about making ankle-holders with nylon straps and Corian at exactly the right height.

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Old 03-06-2005, 09:31   #30
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"hit conditioning". Take a 2" diameter wooden dowel, roll it up and down your shins, then bounce it on your shins, strike at the thighs front and side. Repeat process for the forearms. Next stand still with legs slightly apart and take kicks and strikes from a partner blocking only with forearms and shins.

This has taken the 'fear' out of contact for me allowing me to concentrait on the matter at hand. Fear of pain has been a problem for me in the past.

Tak or Mas?
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