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Old 06-09-2010, 02:07 AM   #41 (permalink)
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6/7 - TKD & 6/8 MMA Class

Forgot to post my log from TKD yesterday so going to start with that and then go over my MMA class which was all boxing today.

6/7 - TKD

1900-1915 - Warmup
100 x Jumping Jacks
25 x Pushups
30 x Leg Raises
30 x Leg Kicks

1916-1940 - Punching and Kicking Drills
Various mixtures of kick and punch combos

1941-2000 - Work on forms


6/8 - MMA Class [Boxing]

1800-1830 - Plyometric Cardio

First 15 minutes - 4 stations, 1 minute per station, 1 minute break between each circuit

Station 1 - Mountain Man Pullups
Station 2 - Box Jumps w/ 2 boxes going from high to low
Station 3 - Alternating Lunges
Station 4 - Plyometric Pushups

2.5 minute break

Final 15 minutes - 4 stations, 1 minute per station, 1 minute break between each circuit

Station 1 - Frog Jumps/Leaps
Station 2 - Kettlebell Shoulder Raises
Station 3 - Speed Roap/Jump Road
Station 4 - Star catchers/grabbers boxing exercise

2 minute break

1831-1900 - Boxing Drills w/ Focus Mitts
5 minutes per set of combos non stop and then swap with partner

1: Jab 2: Cross 3: Hook 4: Uppercut

A - 1-1-2
B - 1-1-2-3
C - 1-2-3-4
D - 1-1-2-1-4

1901-1930 - Boxing Circuit

3 minutes per station and 15 seconds break between stations (get water when needed)

Station 1 - Heavy Bag Hard Hitting
Station 2 - Shadow Boxing (Speed)
Station 3 - Focus Mitt Drills w/ Boxing Coach
Station 4 - Heavy Bag Speed Hitting (Nonstop)


Overall the boxing training was absolutely amazing. Our coach is a local police officer who is a Seattle area golden gloves winner and boxing coach. At the end of the class my hands were feeling like bricks!

Thursday should be more BJJ or possibly some Muay Thai

Before I go to bed I will post a food log for today also!
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