Posted On:12/17/2004 3:09pm
How bad is it working out in the cold? Lifting weights, pullups, situps etc.
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Posted On:12/17/2004 6:41pm
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Posted On:12/17/2004 6:47pm
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Posted On:12/17/2004 10:42pm
Style: Mixed Martial Arts
If it was in a movie it's gotta be true.
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Posted On:12/17/2004 11:14pm
Style: FMA, DBMA, MMA
Aren't there some videos or pics of the old school karateka training in the snow barechested and other insane behavior? Those were some hard bastards.
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Posted On:12/18/2004 12:55am
We vault in a a covered but unenclosed arena all year. It gets down to around 20F. A proper warm up/cool down is utterly crucial, but other than that, it's no different from any other temperature. We don't do anywhere as much developmental stretching when it gets that cold, though. It's not hard to overdo to start with, and just plain damn easy to pull something when it's that cold.
I, personally, dislike cardio in the cold, like below 35-40. It makes my throat sore, regardless of how I breathe.
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Posted On:12/18/2004 1:57am
This would be in my garage, it's not really heated unless I buy one.
Posted On:12/18/2004 2:01am
just come over here and train with us - you won't have the problem.
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Posted On:12/18/2004 2:36am
Style: Judo, Jujitsu
As has been said.... as long as you get a decent warm-up so that your body temp is raised (which may take longer in the cold weather), it shouldn't make much difference.
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Posted On:12/18/2004 2:40am
Style: Clinchology: Judo & MT
I read somewhere that people who regularly exercise in cold weather have lower body fat percentages and higher VO2 maxes, or something.
I think they compared soldiers at Fort Carson with soldiers at Fort Benning.
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