Thread: Intensity in MA training
5/12/2004 9:46am, #1
Intensity in MA training
Ok, so you work out, 1 hour, 2 hours , 25 hours a day 8 days a week, whatever...
BUT, how INTENSE is your workout ??
Can you breath? are you doubled over, puking your salami sandwich ( :) ), do you have a hard time talking ? can you carry on a converation about how much Yak manure accumulates in the Andes mountains? do you even sweat at all you lazy naval lint picker ?!?!?!!^$*$&@* !!
Seriously, the intensity of what we do DICTATES how LONG we can do it for.
Warm ups and cool downs and stretching your foreskin aside, how intense do you work out ?
Heck when I am done my bag routine I am ready to puke out my M&M's !!
And the next day !!! baby, I have a hard time getting out of bed !!
5/12/2004 9:53am, #2
- Join Date
- Aug 2002
After a Thai pad workout, sparring, groundwork (randori at the end), or Judo workout (randori at the end) I'm exhausted. I'm usually okay after focus mitts or standing grappling work though.
5/12/2004 10:02am, #3
5/12/2004 10:09am, #4
Hang on, you train untill you throw up ?
Isn't that bad for you ?Hannibal: The sworn enemy of dishonest politicians, source of entertainment on Bullshido and newly appointed Office Linebacker. Terry Tait ain't got **** on me !!!!
5/12/2004 10:12am, #5
5/12/2004 10:55am, #6
I usually walk out with the last remaining individuals of the class, with a drenched gi.
One of the great things about the second half of a class being open mat is you see who is there to work and who isn't.
5/12/2004 10:56am, #7
5/12/2004 11:07am, #8
- Join Date
- Dec 2003
- São Paulo, Brazil
- Muay Thai, BJJ newbie.
At my MT classes, as well as at my WC classes, it varies. When we only practice moves, I usually walk out only with a drenched shirt. When we do bag work, I can barely drag my sore self home (but then again, I am a *****).That civilisation may not sink,
Its great battle lost,
Quiet the dog, tether the pony
To a distant post;
Our master Caesar is in the tent
Where the maps are spread,
His eyes fixed upon nothing,
A hand under his head.
- W.B. Yeats
5/12/2004 11:27am, #9
5/12/2004 11:36am, #10
- Join Date
- Nov 2003
- Ikebukuro, Tokyo
- Muay Thai
My karate class is about a "6" on a scale of 1-10 on intensity. We refine our punches, kicks, blocks, etc; we hit the mitts and heavybag; we spar lightly and we do calisthenics to finish up class.
My kickboxing class is much more intense. It probably rates an "8" on a scale of 1-10. My legs are usually quivering and I can barely walk. Also, my clothes are all soaked with sweat and I feel like I could pass out.