8/09/2006 11:57pm, #21Originally Posted by supercrap
I've owned lots of bikes made in japan, i'm not sure what the difference is.
edit: Oh, WORD.
That's my favorite Japanese made bike.
My front forks aren't as hooked up as this dudes. That's a sweet ride.
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8/10/2006 1:00am, #22
Play Warcraft 3. **** cardio.
8/10/2006 2:10am, #23
I think it all comes down to cardio or fitness for purpose.
Just to give an example. We recently had a few semi proffesional soccer players come in and try a session of Judo. These guys are training soccer 4 nights per week, have personal fitness trainers and are used to running up and down a soccer field for an entire game. In short they are very, very fit. After 20 mins of ichikomi (drill work) and 5 mins of sparring, 2 of these guys where puking.
See what I'm saying ? Fitness is sport specific, it all depends what your training for. If you do a striking art, do ten rounds on the heavy bag and **** loads of sparring. You get your conditioining right there. If your doing a grappling art, then roll more. Personally I don't mind a bit of running with hill sprints, burpees etc. It all helps.Hannibal: The sworn enemy of dishonest politicians, source of entertainment on Bullshido and newly appointed Office Linebacker. Terry Tait ain't got **** on me !!!!
8/10/2006 11:49am, #24
- Pedro Rizzo
8/10/2006 2:36pm, #25
- Join Date
- Nov 2005
- New Jersey
80 minutes on an eliptical 7 days a week
Burns about 1400 calories if thats anything?
8/10/2006 2:44pm, #26
Daily marathon sessions of high intensity sex.
What? It seemed like the most easily transferable cardio exercise for grappling...
8/10/2006 10:48pm, #27
When's the last time you had to grapple with someone's hand?
8/11/2006 12:07am, #28
8/11/2006 2:50am, #29
I eat babies. Other then that I would rather just roll or hit the bag.
Once in a blue moon I bike for general cardio fitness, thats it.
8/11/2006 9:18am, #30Originally Posted by Poop Loops
You know how high your heart rate gets when your sweat covered body is pressed against a woman's...both your breathing increases to near panic-stricken levels as the tempo steadily increases to a frenzy of motion...
Wait, I'm sorry, you probably don't know.