Posted On:10/30/2005 12:26pm
Style: Taekwondo, wing chun,judo
i know that its a really stupid question, but is it possible to train consistantly every night without taking days off?
i get this wierd thing if i dont train the night before i feel like ****, i get stiff, become distracted easily and genrally not very nice until i do my training. its wierd.
would it be too bad to train every night without a recovery period or do you think that 24 hours would be enough?
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Posted On:10/30/2005 12:59pm
Style: Krav / (Kick)Boxing / BJJ
Depends on the intensity of the exercise. If it's low, you can do it every day.
I saw a blurb which said that it can take up to 96 hours of rest after a hard weightlifting session for a muscle to completely recover. The issue is if the muscle needs to fully recover before exercising it again.
Posted On:10/30/2005 1:03pm
Style: Hiatus: Judo, BJJ
You might get a different answer from the other fitness guys but as long as its a light/med workout it shouldn't be an issue. Usually the harder your workout the longer you should take off for rest, but if its a light workout the recovery time is not that big of an issue.
Posted On:10/30/2005 1:13pm
Style: Judo & Boxing
The question is too generic. Recovery time depends on several different variables. Type of training, intensity of training, your own goals and reasons for training, your diet, quantity/quality of sleep you get each night, and a myriad of genetic variables all play a part.
Posted On:10/30/2005 1:48pm
Style: TKD, western boxing
As long as you're not working the same muscle group everynight, you should be fine.
Posted On:10/30/2005 3:03pm
it kind of is a light.medium work out. the only problem is im working every muscle group i can, while doing bagwork and correcting my techniques. normally about 2-3 hours a night.
do you know of any reason my body feels so bad after not training? does the body start to rely on exercise after a while?
thanks for all the replies
Posted On:10/30/2005 3:11pm
Your body will normally recover within 24 hours. If your workout is tough, you might need up to 48 hours. In that situation it'd be best to do a lighter work out the next day.
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