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#61 Postby suz » Tue Mar 13, 2007 5:42 pm

Tuesday March 13th, 11:15am-12:00pm:

Pre warm up: light stretching
Warm up: 5 minutes of running
2 minutes of knees up running on the spot
Stretching
6 minutes of shadow kickboxing
20 minutes of jab/punch/uppercut/hook combos on targets
10 pushups
60 squats
30 crunches
4 minutes of suicides
more stretching -- splits

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#62 Postby suz » Thu Mar 15, 2007 7:31 pm

Thursday March 15th, 11:15am-12:00pm:

Pre warm up: light stretching
Warm up: 5 minutes of skipping, 2 minutes of shadow kickboxing
Stretching
5 minutes of footwork drills
20 minutes of heavy bag work
120 crunches
50 pushups

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#63 Postby suz » Mon Mar 19, 2007 8:43 pm

Sunday March 19th, 11:45am-1:00pm:

light stretching to warm up
8 x 2 minute rounds on the heavy bag with stretching in between rounds
10 minutes of kata practice
2 minutes of running
50 pushups
100 squats
150 crunches

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#64 Postby suz » Tue Mar 20, 2007 8:43 pm

Tuesday March 20th, 6:15am-7:15am:

light stretching, kata practice
3 x 2 minute rounds of shadow sparring with a partner
2 minutes of leg warm up exercises
5 minutes of stretching
35 front kicks with each leg on the heavy bag
25 round kicks with each leg on the heavy bag
2 minutes of stretching
2 minutes of sprinting
20 situps
20 side to side situps
50 squats
10 minutes of nunchaku practice

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#65 Postby MalcKiera » Thu Mar 22, 2007 2:10 am

Hiya! Your log is so impressive!! :shock: I'll have a peek regularly to keep my own training interesting and 'on my toes' so to speak. What are 'suicides' btw? Like the sound of that for some reason (I'm an adrenaline junkie me! :roll: :lol: )
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#66 Postby suz » Thu Mar 22, 2007 10:28 pm

Hi MalcKiera, thanks for checking out my log!!

Suicides are aptly named. Basically, you divide your floor area (most commonly a football field, but we do them inside) into a number of equal sections (we usually do 4). You sprint to the first marker, touch the floor, sprint back to the beginning, touch the floor, sprint to the second marker, touch the floor, sprint back to the beginning and touch the floor and so on. When you've touched the end marker and sprinted to the beginning again that is considered one rep. Usually we do 5 or so reps and sometimes we throw in situps or squats at the end of each rep.

It's certainly intense. If your an adrenaline junkie you've gotta do 'em. :D
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#67 Postby suz » Thu Mar 22, 2007 10:35 pm

Thursday March 22th, 6:15am-7:15am:

light stretching, kata practice
4 minutes of light running
3 x 2 minute rounds of shadow sparring with a partner
stretching (horsestance, splits, side to side, etc)
2 minutes of leg warm up exercises
10 minutes of hook kicks
more stretching (splits)
10 minutes of karate stance drills
10 minutes of kata practice
40 squats
80 crunches
20 pushups
4 minutes of running

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#68 Postby MalcKiera » Fri Mar 23, 2007 1:52 am

suz wrote:

Suicides are aptly named. Basically, you divide your floor area (most commonly a football field, but we do them inside) into a number of equal sections (we usually do 4). You sprint to the first marker, touch the floor, sprint back to the beginning, touch the floor, sprint to the second marker, touch the floor, sprint back to the beginning and touch the floor and so on. When you've touched the end marker and sprinted to the beginning again that is considered one rep. Usually we do 5 or so reps and sometimes we throw in situps or squats at the end of each rep.

It's certainly intense. If your an adrenaline junkie you've gotta do 'em. :D


Hi Suz, thanks for explaining! Now I know it's something that I've done before :) I just hate running (and burpees!) with a passion, so it'd b
e a challenge rather than an adrenaline rush, LOL! :shock:
Good luck with your training, I'll definitely be checking your log to see how I can improve mine :)
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#69 Postby suz » Mon Mar 26, 2007 4:34 pm

Sunday March 25th, 11:45am-1:00pm:

10 minutes of light stretching and kata practice
2 minutes of skipping
Stretching (horsestance, splits, side to side, etc)
2 minutes of shadow kickboxing
2 minutes of jab/punch technique drills
2 minutes of leading and reverse roundkicks
20 minutes of leading and reverse roundkicks and hookkicks on floppy targets
50 pushups
100 squats
60 crunches
4 minutes of kata practice

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#70 Postby suz » Mon Mar 26, 2007 10:54 pm

Monday March 26th, 3:45pm-5:00pm

10 minutes of light stretching
2 minutes of knees up running on the spot
2 minutes of jumping jacks
2 more minutes of knees up running on the spot
2 minutes of various leg stretches
2 minutes of stretching (splits, horse stance, etc)
2 minutes of shadow boxing
8 minutes of frontkick, roundkick, sidekick, and hookkick drills
2 minutes of shadow kickboxing
4 minutes of takedowns with submissions
10 minutes of kata practice
5 minutes of nunchaku practice
30 pushups

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#71 Postby suz » Wed Mar 28, 2007 10:33 am

Tuesday March 27th, 8:00pm-9:00pm

10 minutes of light stretching
2 minutes of knees up running
4 minutes of running
2 minutes of shadow kickboxing
2 minutes of heavy stretching
6 minutes of roundkick, sidekick and hookkick drills
2 more minutes of heavy stretching
40 (20 each leg) roundkicks on floppy targets
40 (20 each leg) hookkicks on floppy targets
40 (20 each leg) sidekicks on thai pads
2 minutes of takedowns with submissions
80 pushups in sets of 20, 15, 10, etc
80 squats

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#72 Postby suz » Wed Mar 28, 2007 11:40 pm

I had my green belt grading tonight. It went well. I just had to share. :D

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#73 Postby offense74 » Thu Mar 29, 2007 1:59 am

suz wrote:I had my green belt grading tonight. It went well. I just had to share. :D

Congrats :D
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#74 Postby suz » Fri Apr 06, 2007 11:32 pm

Thanks offense74 :D

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#75 Postby suz » Fri Apr 06, 2007 11:38 pm

I've been off for about a week because of a trip to Toronto. I took my running gear with me but I'm sorry to say I didn't work out once. :cry: Now that I'm back home I'm feeling super sluggish.

My first workout after a week off was hell:

Thursday April 5th, 11:15am-12:00pm:

light stretching
5 minutes of skipping
10 minutes of stretching
circuit training:
2 minutes of skipping
2 minutes of focus target training
2 minutes of boxing on heavy bag
2 minutes of squats/balance training on 1/2 exercise ball
2 minutes of kickboxing on heavy bag
2 minutes of situps with medecine ball
2 minutes of kickboxing on heavy bag
2 minutes of focus target training
2 minutes of shadow boxing with hand weights
2 minutes of skipping


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