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  1. 94m is offline

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    Endurance Training

    What do you guys like to do for endurance? I love swimming, sparring and using wrestling as my conditioner.

    Although, I've noticed that at first I was concentrating on a more steady pace when ever I would swim or do stadium running. But, I just changed up my routine to less breaks, adding short bursts to my running or swimming. Also, for my workout rountine I seriously cut my time in between sets.

    Anything you guys think that works better? Or post whatever you are doing right now.
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    Endurance for martial arts, or anything in particular?

    For my lifting, I like to pull the sled or push cars, but I don't do it nearly as often as I should. I never cut time between sets lifting because I'm lifting for strength.
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    Squats and milk!

    Er... I mean run and cycle.
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    If I want endurance for running that I prefer to run. It its for martial arts I like interval training. Tabata especially. Endurance is a very specific thing. A pro boxer that can go 16 rounds has very high endurance. As does a long distance runner but their specific endurance does not exactly transfer from one endeavor to another.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HereBeADragon View Post
    If I want endurance for running that I prefer to run. It its for martial arts I like interval training. Tabata especially. Endurance is a very specific thing. A pro boxer that can go 16 rounds has very high endurance. As does a long distance runner but their specific endurance does not exactly transfer from one endeavor to another.

    16 rounds?:icon_scra
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    Sorry I'm stuck in the old days of boxing. These days its usually 10 to 12 rounds if there isn't a knockout or stoppage before the match is over. Amature boxing I think is 4 to 6 rounds.
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    I surf/swim/bodysurf in treacherous conditions.
    I really like the combination of sprints, endurance and urgency this provides, death is a distinct possibility.
    I take mountain-bike rides and hikes of around 4-6 hours.
    Sometimes padwork/sparring takes on an endurance theme too, where we just work or roll or spar "softly" for rounds totaling 2+ hours. I like to jump rope between rounds if possible, especially when doing mitts etc.
    Endurance is a pretty broad term.
    Many of my Ironman clients consider sub 11 hours to be a very good time and times around 14 hours plus are commonplace.
    A friend is as i type this doing a "double-deca" Ironman: 48 mile swim, 2240 mile bike and a 524 mile run...
    My longest fight was around 11 minutes and it seemed like forever...
    It's all relative.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HereBeADragon View Post
    Sorry I'm stuck in the old days of boxing. These days its usually 10 to 12 rounds if there isn't a knockout or stoppage before the match is over. Amature boxing I think is 4 to 6 rounds.
    Fret not. Boxers are also known to train 4 mins per Round - just in case - and for Endurance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Emevas View Post
    Endurance for martial arts, or anything in particular?

    For my lifting, I like to pull the sled or push cars, but I don't do it nearly as often as I should. I never cut time between sets lifting because I'm lifting for strength.
    yup i meant martial arts.
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    If I may throw in another endurance question, instead of starting a new topic...

    I am working myself up from a severe illness several years ago and I have no endurance of any kind. I am doing Kyuki-do with my kids to try to get back into martial arts (my goal: I want to return to the MMA trainer I was working with before).

    Right now things like jumping jacks are wearing me completely out as do repetitive jump-kicks. In fact jumping of any kind wears me out and it doesn't seem to be getting any better over the last month or so since we started. I feel like I am making no progress at all in that area. (I get lightheaded and out of breath)

    Are there other things I should do daily to improve myself so these jumping activities become easier to do?

    Thank you for any advice.
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