Conditioning circuits

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Re: Conditioning circuits

Postby neijia_boxer on Tue Jul 01, 2008 8:32 am

And no power in the 50 combos. Got it


Hi Jerry- you still want to hit the bag with power and speed, just dont push your punches- snap them.
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Re: Conditioning circuits

Postby jerrymartin on Tue Jul 01, 2008 9:28 am

neijia_boxer wrote:
And no power in the 50 combos. Got it


Hi Jerry- you still want to hit the bag with power and speed, just dont push your punches- snap them.


Understood.

Thanks Matt.
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Re: Conditioning circuits

Postby Old Man Chi on Wed Jul 16, 2008 4:44 pm

the first three drills done on the Lifeline gym:

10x
5/5 assisted pistols
15 body weight rows (body dead striaght)
5 chest flyes
5/5 one leg calf raise off a step

been doing this at the beach with the lifeline suspended from the railing of the boardwalk above, muy nice.
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Re: Conditioning circuits

Postby nianfong on Wed Jul 16, 2008 7:05 pm

Ian wrote:I don't know about specific MA conditioning, but this is what I did to prepare for my lifeguard test in Aus.

This is not conditioning, btw, this is MAN TRAINING!! :D

-find a nice long beach
-run halfway up the beach
-swim out to sea for about 1km, then swim back (calm your jangled nerves as you peer down into the murky depths (if you stare into the abyss long enough...))
-see cthulhu sleeping
-wake him up with a fart
-go mad with terror
-pray he eats you first



fixed, for great justice
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