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  1. IneedSkins is offline

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Me and my friends play basket ball for cardio, we also play football(soccer to some of you) and tag rugby. All fun and provide great cardio.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Emmanue View Post
    I always use my workout by considering them as a fun.
    This is the reason that i always get the good results from all types of the workout.
    What have you registered three different accounts on this site ?
    "To sin by silence when one should protest makes cowards out of men".

    ~Ella Wheeler
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    Anything that gets your heart rate, respiration and metabolism up is good for general health and conditioning, but there is a big movement away from cross-training and general physical preparedness for mid to high level athletes.

    If you are really serious about improving your conditioning for grappling, then there is nothing better that you can do than grappling. Alter times, conditions, set parameters however you can, but grapple until you achieve the goal conditioning level that you have set.

    Sport specific endurance is almost impossible to train effectively outside of the sport itself, and this is even more true with combat sports. Successful, high level athletes are specialists for this very reason.

    -Mike
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMightyMcClaw View Post
    I'll second biking. It's decent cardio, low impact, saves on gas. Get some audiobooks and an mp3 player, and you can get reading done at the same time.
    Quote Originally Posted by Eduardoo View Post
    Hi,
    It's decent cardio low impact, saves on gas. Get some audiobooks, and an mp3 player and you can get reading done at the same time.
    lolwat
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     Style: Pekiti, ARMA, other stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ketsueki View Post
    This guy has got it figured out. My research in the area suggests that 10 minutes of continuous jumping (which is actually damn tough to build up to) is as good as 30 minutes of continuous running for your daily cardio.
    Not for cardiac development. Local muscular endurance in the legs? probably.

    For expanding the heart walls the only thin that matters is time at range of heart rates using something with relatively low tension.
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    Quote Originally Posted by สกัด View Post
    "Cardio" is a misnomer.

    You have aerobic and anaerobic systems.

    Something like jogging is aerobic... most "cardio" is aerobic...

    Fighting is somewhat aerobic (elevated heart rate/breathing), but primarily anaerobic/active recovery cycles.

    Doing a bunch of aerobic stuff (running, biking) just won't help you much...

    Something like sprint intervals would be much more useful to you.

    If you do something that lasts 3 5 minute rounds, it's not "Primarily anerobic". Wrestling rounds are short enough for that. Judo matches are short enough for that. BJJ and MMA are not. You have anerobic bursts, but the majority of your energy is being produced by the aerobic system at the lactate threshold.
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    Swim - you'll get a serious cardio workout without any impact on your joints plus you get to check out hot women in swimsuits. A lot of the fighters at my club swim regularly and swear by it for their cardio. Another great way to boost your cardio is crossfit but it is zero fun unless you like barfing or have an exercise partner to compete against - loser barfs first.
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    for me, running is the only thing that gets my resting heart rate into the low 40s. swimming might too i guess but i fucking hate swimming. being a former national x-country champ means i can run pretty durn fast (that and growing up in a school where skinny white kids were a minority)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex View Post
    for me, running is the only thing that gets my resting heart rate into the low 40s. swimming might too i guess but i fucking hate swimming. being a former national x-country champ means i can run pretty durn fast (that and growing up in a school where skinny white kids were a minority)
    Low 40s? Jeebus. I thought I was doing well by getting down to the mid 50s..
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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    I swim, jump-rope, surf, body-surf, stand-up paddle, hike, bike, free-dive and run.
    Swimming i'lll do intervals or just go for a couple miles in the ocean.
    I'll swim to the island on the left here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Na...KaiwaRidge.JPG for example, that's a mile each way, roughly.
    Rope i do rounds or use it for active rest.
    Surfing and body-surfing here is pretty vigorous, ymmv.
    The stand up i'll do for around 10-15 miles at a pretty low heart rate.
    Hiking is usually borderline trail running, 2-7 miles in very steep terrain, typically.
    Biking ranges from mountain biking with steep climbs and short sprints(10-20 mi.) to longer road rides (40-120 mi.).
    Free-diving i'll do in relatively shallow water, say 20-30ft, but the constant ascending/descending while trying to keep a decent working time at the bottom can be pretty demanding. Bonus if i get lobster or octopi.
    Running is awful but i have lots of nice scenery, great routes and get killer deals on shoes so i make an effort.
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