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  1. KickAHippie is offline
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    Cardio question

    I couldn't find a post that addresses this question directly. I am wondering if anyone here has any advice on improving my cardio for grappling. I just don't seem to be improving very much and am hoping someone can tell me a good way outside of class to improve my cardio for this. My way of thinking says to jog and then sprint every so often. If this is the right approach how often should I sprint, jog, etc. I am interested in some more opinions on this. Thanks
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    You can't become a better runner when it comes to endurance taking karate class.

    You need to grapple and grapple until you are tired out! You will build your cardiovascular system doing the actual excersise that you want to build endurance to.
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    I understand that Gamoke. What I am wondering is there a way OUTSIDE of class to improve my cardio for grappling. I understand that it is different than just jogging so I am looking for adittional things besides rolling as I do not always have a partner readily available.
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    A good one I like that I've used with success is Tony Cecchine's Lucky 13 tape. His site is www.catchwrestling.com
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    I think walking, running, jogging, are all good cardiovascular exercises that would in some way improve cardio endurance during grappling.
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    That's what you THINK. Doesn't make it right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TaeBo_Master
    That's what you THINK. Doesn't make it right.
    If it was wrong you would've corrected me. I didn't say it'd be as good as doing exercises specifically geared toward cardiovascular endurance during grappling, I said it'd help in some way, and it would.
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    The best way to improve cardio for grappling is to have better grappling technique. That is why the higher ranks can roll for so long without getting winded.
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    Maybe it is because they have been doing it longer?

    Anyways, walking , running, jogging, swimming. All contribute to cardiovascular work that will in turn inversely affect your grappling endurance.

    All of those exercises increase the strength of your heart and improve the efficency that your body can exchange oxygen with c02. So running long distances, jump roping, swimming, sprinting. All will benefit you as a wreslter.
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    The notion of walking increasing your cardiovascular endurance has conjured up before me, a image...an image of a park scene. Follow with me if you will...kids are playing, dogs are barking, and there is this one big dude just struggling down the path huffing and puffing. And it saddens me. It is now raining. THEN NINJAS FLIP OUT AND WAIL ON THEIR GUITARS BEFORE THE AUDIENCE AND THE AUDIENCE LOVES IT AND MOSHES HARD FOR THE FULL SET UNTIL THE NINJAS GETS PISSED AT SOMEONE THROWING A SHOE AND FLIP OUT AND KILL EVERYONE TO PIECES!!! The rain has stopped.
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