Posted On:7/23/2011 8:46pm
so here is the deal,i have done muay thai and judo recentaly i decided to switch muay thai for karate(dont ask why) but the problem is that the schools(karate,judo) only open in 3 months so in the summer(i live in portugal) i will be lifting,doing cardio,core but none martial arts:Baww:,so i thinked since i have a heavy bag i shoud train in it,search combinations in yotube,setting trip e.t.c i am hoping to improve my punching power,speed,tecnice e.t.c and i am looking for some tips and advices i whant to train so much but i have to whait
i will be training in the heavy bag 3x a week,doing a lot of combos and other strikes
and i now that heavy bags dont hit back:Smile2:
Posted On:7/23/2011 9:28pm
and i am considering make on of those mma dummys,by myself....
Posted On:7/24/2011 10:36am
Style: Aikido/JJJ/Judo/GoJu Ryu
What about other studets in your school, would any of them be down to work out with you? Do you have enough trust with your teacher where you can sneak into your gym and use the equipment with a training partner? I am always a protagonist for working out at home. Hell, maybe even find someplace else to train for a bit. Your teacher may find you an alternative place to train while his place is closed... Best of luck.
Posted On:7/24/2011 11:24am
What about other studets in your school, would any of them be down to work out with you?
i dont think so,there is another school but is REALLY far away for now,i only can train at home any advice my friend?
Posted On:7/24/2011 2:55pm
Yeah, that sucks my man. You can try to find a training partner via the internet, but I'm always wary of training with people I don't know or who haven't been reccomened by someone I know. So I would say you can try to find someone to train with via a website like this one, but just be careful with it. Other than that, sounds like you got yourself a plan...there is plenty of solo training you can do; body hardening (if you want), you can Google some ways to make your own training supplies (bags, boards, or whatever). Best of luck though.
Posted On:7/24/2011 3:37pm
Posted On:7/25/2011 10:38pm
Style: ex-BJJ, ex-TKD
see this, lotsa good stuff:
Posted On:8/01/2011 11:19pm
Why not try some hojo undo at home? I try and keep training by doing hojo undo before hitting the bags or anything; and you can make most of the traditional training tools.
This website has examples of some of the types of training tools.
Posted On:8/01/2011 11:33pm
Style: BJJ/ MMA/ MT
I will never encourage idiots to train unless it is under strict guidance.
GET A RED BELT OR DIE TRYIN'.
Posted On:8/01/2011 11:41pm
Style: judo hiatus
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