Posted On:6/15/2012 10:51am
work and stress gets the best of me as usual but I am thinking about getting myself a 10 min morning training routine. I know that you guys don't actually work out yourself but I am going to try my luck anyway because I am a hopeless dreamer :) I will find my way without help so it is no problem if I don't get any help either.
So yeah I don't really have time to go to the gym but I want to work out 10 min each day at home. What exercises would be best? I did some push up yesterday followed by the yoga like stuff we do in bjj.
Got anything better?
pro nonsense self defense
Posted On:6/15/2012 11:28am
Style: FMA, dumbek, Indian clubs
What are you trying to accomplish? 10 minutes probably isn't enough time to reap any real benefits. I recommend riding a bike to work.
Posted On:6/15/2012 2:10pm
Originally Posted by Uglybugly
work and stress gets the best of me as usual but I am thinking about getting myself a 10 min morning training routine. I know that you guys don't actually work out yourself
Uh wrong. Anyway for 10 minutes you could maybe do some skills rehearsal.
Posted On:6/15/2012 2:49pm
Style: TKD, CMA & American Kenpo
Originally Posted by Permalost
What are you trying to accomplish? 10 minutes probably isn't enough time to reap any real benefits.
That is about enough time to do breathing exercises, stretches and warm-ups to get ready for a workout.
Posted On:6/15/2012 4:42pm
Style: BJJ/Iron Palm
If you REALLY only have 10minutes a day to exercise, I would direct you to http://hundredpushups.com/. You could do Pushups, sit-ups, squats one day and pullups-dips on off days. Should only take about 10-15 minutes each day and you'll be able to do some cool **** after a few months.
is badder than you
Posted On:6/15/2012 10:29pm
Alternate between workout #1 and #2.
Then later, find a good gym and get yourself a membership.
Originally Posted by Emevas
Downstreet on the flip-flop, timepants.
Posted On:6/20/2012 12:16pm
Style: ARMA, Antagonistics
Warm up on your way from your bed and do ten minutes of kettlebell snatches, Turkish get-ups, and bent presses.
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