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post #231 of 339 (permalink) Old 09-07-2010, 01:23 AM Thread Starter
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Sun 9-05: 4 mile run.
Mon: rested. Dojo closed.
Tue: 4 mile run, 15 min bike.
Wed: jump rope/plank/situp/pushup, then "10s" wherein you jab cross round kick once, then twice, then 3x, etc. This is an awesome warmup. Even my partner, who has two amateur fights that she won in the 2nd round by KO, and has another one coming up on the 18th, was tested by it. Then kick shield drills and some guard passes involving wrist control.
Thur: 3.5 mile run, then judo which was cardio drills, then a static throwing rotation, then butsu gari gaiko, then we worked on tae otoshi. It's my sensei's sensei's tokuiwaza, although he prefers the one-handed variety. Then some ground work. Great practice.
Fri: rested; I have that kind-of-getting-sick feeling that more sleep often alleviates.
Sat.: rested


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Sun 9-12: 4 mile run
Mon: Jump rope/kick shield warmup, then a lot of partner pad work drills. Exhausting but super fun, as Monday classes usually are.
Tue: rested
Wed: pad work, then drilled the guillotine from a single-leg takedown, then gator roll. LOVED gator roll.
Thur: This was a fun class because I got to introduce a judo classmate to the awesomeness of pad work and takedowns. He was only familiar with takedowns in the sense of getting thrown, and had limited experience of ground fighting. It was a great workout and I didn't work out today, because everything hurt. (friday)
Sat-Sun rested. Damn that made my legs hurt. I thought I had strong legs! That was funny!


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Mon 9-20: Super awesome kick shield and pad work. I've noticed that since I've put running back into my training regimen, I have more endurance for jump rope in longer increments. My calves still tighten up, though.
Tue: rested
Wed: rested
Thur: rested
Fri: rested
Sat: rested

I'm taking a rest week. Can you tell?


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Sun: rested
Mon: pushup/situp/jump rope warmup, dynamic partner floor drills, then live standup. It was great to be back in the gym. My partners were nice enough to let me rotate my round kicks all the way through without tagging me.
Tue: rested. I froze my membership at the 24 hour gym and will probably cancel; I have a door code to get into the dojo whenever I want now anyway.
Wed: Went to 9:30 kickboxing. It wasn't as strenuous as Monday evenings, but it was a decent workout. I was warming up with jump rope before class started, and I think my instructor was thinking "WTF is she doing here?" We did kick shield and heavy bag drills.
Thur: rested. Missed judo due to school open house.
Fri: rested
Sat: Judo. Butsukari geiko and randori. It was awesome.
Sun: rested


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Mon: Typical jump rope/pushup/v-up/plank warmup, then pad work with a lot of clinching, pushing away and round kicks and knees, then pad work wherein I got to bust out elbows, knees and spinning backfists. Great workout.
Tue: 1 hour of kata. This class is always full gi, so I sweat. I'll be the first to admit that kata are super lame, but the balance and speed they help to develop comes in handy in MMA and judo.
Wed: Karate (kick drills and dynamic floor striking/stance drills) then MMA combination. The only thing that distinguishes this class from Monday night kickboxing is the grappling in the second half of class. I had two girl partners, and the instructor left us with a patient, skilled helper who drilled triangle, armbar, and triangle to armbar transition. We went through the omoplata a few times, and I'm hoping we get the chance to work that more soon.
Thur: Judo. We drilled yoko guruma.
Fri-Sun: out of town


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Mon 10-11: out of town
Tue: 40 min stepmill. I showed up for the 10:30 MMA class, but the teacher was sick.
Wed: All standup drills. There were several rounds of live standup, rotating in a group of three, that was awesome.
Thur: Judo. We warmed up with uchikomi, threw in a line (ie one person throws everyone in turns and then the next person steps up to be tori), and then did no-gi throws from strikes. It was one of the first times I've ever done any striking in judo. I mostly practiced ippon seioi nage, uki goshi, o goshi and koshi guruma for no-gi. Seioi nage and tae otoshi do not lend themselves as well to no-gi as other techniques, IMO.
Fri: rested
Sat: Judo, a lot of randori and butsu gari gaiko.
Sun: rested


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Mon: jump rope/pushups/situps/plank interval warmup, then bag drills.
Tue: rested
Wed: Sprint/kick shield warmup, then live rolling, which I hadn't done in awhile. I had good partners and learned a few things. Such as, if someone has their hooks in when they're sitting behind you, and you push your elbows and forearms down on their shins, it's very painful.
Thur: Judo. We worked o soto gari, uki goshi, o goshi, ippon seioi nage, and I tried to be soft and yielding in randori. That's not always an easy transition if you were just trying to impose your will in a grappling class the night before.
Fri: rested
Sat: judo (practiced hidari shizantai entry) and karate (kick drills and dynamic stance/striking drills).
Sun: rested


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Mon: Took my first class with a new instructor. IDK if he has any legitimate BJJ credentials or not, but it was the most helpful real-life grappling teaching I've ever had. My karate sensei warmed us up with kick shield and pad work, then we did a few one-man drills (combat stance, snake hip thingy, upa) then got a couple of guard passes and drilled kimura sweep. This class f8cking rocked and the guys were all patient and nice, but not afraid to crank the sh!t out my neck or arm or w/e.
Tue: rested
Wed: AM grappling was a repeat of Mon AM. I need this practice on basics and the instructor is very good at breaking the techniques down. PM combination class was jump rope, GnP and standing bag drills, and live drills. I had two tough girl partners and it was a great workout.
Thur: Judo, drilled harae goshi. It's coming easier.
Fri: pad and bag drills, jumped rope
Sat: rested
Sun: rested


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Did the rest week do more good or bad for you? I feel like if I take more than a day or two off I'll be taking two steps back.


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Did the rest week do more good or bad for you? I feel like if I take more than a day or two off I'll be taking two steps back.
It was helpful, IMO. I have had what feels like some tendonitis in my left Achilles, and this seemed to alleviate it somewhat *knocks wood*


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