Posted On:5/23/2005 2:43pm
Style: KARATE / MUAY THAI
at my boxing club we use this quick circuit occassionally at the end of the class and it's now become my quick workout 'when i have no time before i jump in the shower and go out' routine. im reasonably fit and do four circuits in under 10 min now. give it a go.
(all 10 reps)
v sit ups
Posted On:5/23/2005 2:48pm
If I knew what any of those meant it would be great, I figure press ups are the equivalent of pushups, dorsal raises maybe hindu pushups, I think the star jumps are jumping jacks, but I got the situps, though.
Posted On:5/23/2005 10:47pm
Style: In Transition
V sit ups are where you sit up and raise your legs, so you make a V with your body. Uber hard. Toe touch, self-explanatory, squat thrusts are jumping squats I assume, burpees, pike jumps, and tuck jumps I don't know.
Posted On:5/24/2005 12:13am
Aren't burpees and squat thrusts the same thing?
Posted On:5/24/2005 12:19am
Style: MT nub, Ex-Tang Soo Do
DIDN'T YOU KNOW?! The Chinese know everything! And they knew it 4,000 years before YOU did!
"Yes. Yes I am. I'm clearly illiterate and dictating this post to a squadron of several dozen trained jumping beans I've coearced into living on my keyboard, each named after a letter or character, which bounce up and down as I call their names." -JohnnyCache
Posted On:5/24/2005 9:22am
ok, sorry. forgot these exercises have more that one name. bit more detail...
press ups = push ups
burpees = from standing, bend to crouch, thrust legs out behind, bring back to crouch, jump straight up, control landing
dorsal raises = lie flat down and raise upper body off the floor
pike jumps = jump and touch toes with hands
v sit ups = mentioned above
tuck jumps = jump bringing knees to chest
star jumps = jumping jacks
squat thrusts = from crouch thrust legs straight out behind then return to crouch
toe touches = from standing, touch toes, return to standing
Posted On:5/24/2005 10:28am
Thanks oni, I'll try these out.
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