7/27/2006 10:08am, #11
Actually it's really hot and muggy here with bad air quality and I am thinking it might be allergen based asthma triggered by exertion. Going to see my DR tomorrow to discuss this.
7/27/2006 11:16am, #12Originally Posted by GoJu - Joe"Keep a sharp knife, shiny boots and be on time."
7/27/2006 11:49am, #13
Goju - check zoints PM.
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7/27/2006 4:05pm, #14
got it thanks. Did you get mine?
7/27/2006 4:24pm, #15
7/27/2006 4:37pm, #16
Originally Posted by GoJu - Joe
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Panicking makes it worse, and if it strikes me when I'm outside skipping (I skip at home, on my concrete parking pad/basketball court), panic sets in real quick. Crappy genetics...
7/27/2006 4:46pm, #17
Originally Posted by pl4zM4
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Goju, last week there was a talk at the BJJ school regarding anaerobic capacity. And that really opened by eyes. I can jog no problem and I have decent cardio, but that ability doesn't do **** for me when I roll.
Maybe just like you, I suffer from allergies, and South Florida is just too fucking damp and humid. I'm trying not to hyperventilate or hold my breath; that is helping but may take some time to get used to.
The one thing that has helped me is interval training and plyometrics. I try regularly to do some interval training (quick 1-2 minutes bursts in the threadmill or stationary bike, followed by 1-2 minutes at moderated speed, repeat).
For plyometrics I like to do clasping push-ups until failure or sets of push-ups with the hands in a basketbal until failure (the later variety performed as fast as possible.)
One to three sets of jumping jacks, duck walks, stationary bunny hops, and sprawls done until failure done as fast as (safely possible) is a good way to develop explosive power and increased anaerobic capacity - I don't mean to do all of those exercises, but you can pick and choose.
Body weight exercises done as fast as possible till failure is a sure way to develop explosive power and increased anaerobic capacity. You want to mimic the exertion you experience when rolling.
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7/27/2006 5:47pm, #18
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7/27/2006 7:40pm, #19
Thanks for the advice
Another thing was it was hot and I don't think I was properly hydrated as i should be. The BB teaching the class said if you know you're coming to the grappling class yuo should be drinking water all day.
I started a thread on this at MMA.tv and some people including professional fighters had some real interesting things to say about dealing with Asthma and problems like this.
Next Wednesday I'll have to make sure I drink all day, take an allergy pill and do a hard warm up before class.
Also maybe the DR will give me a puffer to bring in case it gets real bad like that again.
7/27/2006 8:51pm, #20Spoiler:
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