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  1. KMT1 is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3moose1
    After reading your posts in newbie town, you need moar knife defense!

    also, listen to whiteshark
    Hmm....

    Right....I'll try to watch some Steven Seagal DVDs or something :happy3:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Larson
    DO NOT punch with wrist weights. 16 oz gloves will help you in that area.

    Ask you coach about tips to relax.
    Ok so the wrist weights are bad.

    Can I use the 20 weight vest?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4n4l
    Hmm sounds like they are teaching the same thing everywhere(and in every art). Our national coach at TKD told us you can only improve your physical speed between 5-10% (10 is rare) everything else is genetic.
    Where you can improve is technique, anticipation and muscle memory (after about 20-40k reps you will reach a level where you don't have to consciously execute the steps anymore. Though you have to get those reps with every technique if you want to have them as an "automatism")
    Also work combinations your chances of hitting with a single attack are slime to none and it is honestly super bad practice.
    PS: When you train watch your form(or ask your trainer to supervise), there is nothing worse then "unlearning" bad habits.
    Yeah I try to do that.

    My instructor is always telling me things.

    I sometimes get frustrated and my foot work suffers.

    I do throw combinations (but I definetley need to throw more for sure).

    The main thing that bugs me is that the majority of these people I spar with not only are more experienced, taller, etc. but they just come straight to sparring only. They are freaking minty fresh.

    I'm far from being gassed out but IMO the fact that I've been burning up about 1600 calories in 2 hours of working out does have an effect on me.

    I wanted to know if most people out there do 1-2 hour of intense stuff and then also do sparring.

    In my mind I'm weighing both options.

    1 Come and do sparring only (this would mean I would loose out on the 1-2 hours of conditioning+bag+Krav).

    2 Keep going the way I am (3 hours total bag+Krav+sparring) and just be patient.
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    Why don't you just punch and kick more, to get faster at it?

    I know when i wanted to get armbars from the mount faster, i didn't go do pushups, i just did armbars from the mount.

    PROOF that I'm not a completely useless poster:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cy Q. Faunce
    3moose1 is correct. Sig THAT, you fucker.

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    I went out with a delightful young woman who was on a regimen of pills that made her taste of burned onions.
    That is not conducive to passionate cunnilingus, my friend, let me assure you.
    Quote Originally Posted by HappyOldGuy View Post
    I agree with moosey
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    Quote Originally Posted by KMT1
    Ok so the wrist weights are bad.

    Can I use the 20 weight vest?
    Deppends. The thing is, while your muscles my be able to work with the extra load and adjust quickly, your joints take way longer. I have read something about 6-8 months but you might wana ask in the Health forum.

    Edit: Added the quote since mousy had to talk while I was posting.
    Last edited by M.C.; 1/16/2009 4:01pm at .
    Sometimes you lose and sometimes the other guy wins.

    At this point I don't owe anybody an explenation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KMT1
    The main thing that bugs me is that the majority of these people I spar with not only are more experienced, taller, etc. but they just come straight to sparring only. They are freaking minty fresh.
    You need some cleanex for your whining? Deal with it, get better, work your conditioning.
    I'm far from being gassed out but IMO the fact that I've been burning up about 1600 calories in 2 hours of working out does have an effect on me.

    I wanted to know if most people out there do 1-2 hour of intense stuff and then also do sparring.
    I doubt that you burn 1600kcals in 2 hours of workout I have trained about 3,5 - 4 hours a day for 5 days a week and though I had an intake higher than normal, I doubt that you burn that much during the little of two hours. Though I again point towards the health forum.

    1 Come and do sparring only (this would mean I would loose out on the 1-2 hours of conditioning+bag+Krav).

    2 Keep going the way I am (3 hours total bag+Krav+sparring) and just be patient.
    Well stop complaining, wait till your body adjust, make sure you get enough rest after training and on your off days and get used to it.
    Sometimes you lose and sometimes the other guy wins.

    At this point I don't owe anybody an explenation.

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    Renzo Gracie NYC
    New York Combat Sambo
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4n4l
    You need some cleanex for your whining? Deal with it, get better, work your conditioning.
    I doubt that you burn 1600kcals in 2 hours of workout I have trained about 3,5 - 4 hours a day for 5 days a week and though I had an intake higher than normal, I doubt that you burn that much during the little of two hours. Though I again point towards the health forum.

    Well stop complaining, wait till your body adjust, make sure you get enough rest after training and on your off days and get used to it.
    Nobody is complaining man.

    I try to explain the situation as much as I could to you people.

    I asked what I can do in my off days.

    If I was like most of the rest of them (granted they have skill) I'd just come straight to sparring only. I guess that would give me an edge in sparring but hurt my overall endurance since I would not be doing the Krav+bag.

    The way you people make it sound like I need to go practice with some Muay Thai expert on my off days just so I can be better in my sparing class?


    Generally I read that for kickboxing you burn about 500-800 calories per hour.
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    To get better at a thing; do that thing more.
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    He has a coach and a sparring class he isn't backyard wrestling. Yet I submit that the best Backyard wrestlers do it a lot.
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