Monthly Archives: March 2011

MMA World Class conditioning 10 week pre fight training from “Train Hard, fight Easy”

World class conditioning 10 week system Week 1-2- general preparation Workout 1: 3×10 box jumps Swiss rollouts Dynamic stretching set Power circuit- Snatch or clean and jerk 3×5 Ladder drills 5 x straight and side runs Anti- rotary-3 sets of … Continue reading

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Boxing training 3/23/2011

footwork/stepping drills on the Line: 1. Crossing step forward 2. Crossing step backward 3. Angle switching step (slip and angle) left and rt sides 4. Angle switch step forward 5. Angle switch step backward 6. Foot swiching 50x 7. 180 … Continue reading

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Wilson Pitts Taijiquan and TCM diet revisited

transcribed from video and old unscanable document: Taijiquan with Wilson Pitts Taijiquan is the most popular healing art in the world. To achieve health and well being was part of the tradition of the Taoist sages of China. Taiji translates … Continue reading

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Conditioning Circuits to try

Wrestling circuit: 1. Exercise ball balance on knees 2. Burpies 3. Resistance band: Switch 180 jump elastic band pull to foot. 4. Bench pistols 5. Exercise ball dumbbell press and roll to side 6. Resistance band balance pull- connect to … Continue reading

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Fight training: San Shou/Lei Tai

other training 10 min jump rope, 500 sit ups, 100 push ups, 30 pull ups in mixed order, 100 rotations with the 20lb bar, 10 min shadowboxing, 6x3min round on the mitts and thai pads with 4 sets of shots … Continue reading

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Boxing Training: Slip, Weave, and Cover defense day 4/8/2011

Warm-up: running, sideways, karoke, backward, hopping, high knees, swing stretch, Frankensteins, buttkicks, leg swings, etc. focus mitt rounds- 2 min work 30 sec. rest. 1. slip jab- counter cross, slip cross- counter hook. jab, double jab, cross, jab cross, blast … Continue reading

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