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Old 09-19-2010, 12:56 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Would you mind making a video of your training? Would be fun to watch.
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Old 09-19-2010, 01:28 PM   #32 (permalink)
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Maybe some sparing or something like that. Watching guys lift always bores the shit out of me.

Assuming I can get this bastard of a video camera working the way that slut at Walmart said it would, I would be for this!
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I've thought about compiling a video, it would be grand to see your shit squirrel!

Just don't get any bright ideas of shoving any Oreos in the recorder :P
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I've thought about compiling a video, it would be grand to see your shit squirrel!

Just don't get any bright ideas of shoving any Oreos in the recorder :P
Thanks for the support! I'll actually figure out how to get that done and try and have one by November at the latest!

Haha, nice man! I'll try not to!
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Well, since I'm here I might as well log and not just chitchat!^^^

Lifting has been on and off for almost the entire time since the last post. I can't seem to find the motivation to get my lazy ass moving! I've done a bit of editing, and tweaked each workout. Box Jumps have been replaced with Frog Jumps, and on explosive day, Deadlifts have been replaced with Power Cleans (mixed grip). All in all, I have been having a helluva time getting myself pumped to lift. I'm cool with padwork(usually), rolling, sparring etc, but when it comes to lifting, I am king of procrastination. It F-ing pisses me off!

Bag work has been really nice. I've been working very hard on my footwork moving in and out of my range and moving laterally (which is far more important than forwards and backwards). With my shadowboxing I've been working on angles specifically and moving in and out and around my invisible opponent's reach and power side. I want to get a full workout in with my training partner today, but I haven't heard back from him, I am almost desperate to see if I've made any significant improvements with my hands versus the last time.

Speaking of bagwork. I took the shitbiscuit water bag that I have effectively ruined in under two months off and replaced it with a moderately repaired version of my old bag. I also saw a psuedo banana bag (tall and skinny, but not seven or seight feet tall!) at Dunhams that really peaked my interest. I just have to wait until payday to look into buying it since I also have to save for an apartment.

On a tangent: My review of a Combat Sports hanging water bag. This bag lacks some of the most basic and fundamental aspects of a useful heavy bag. 1. Its padded between the exterior layer and the water bladder, meaning inertia is displaced and its nearly impossible to tell how powerful a technique was until your foot/shin/hand has penetrated approx 2-3 inches into the bag. 2. The water in the bladder doesn't completely fill the bladder while still being safe for regular use, meaning every swing or movement is greatly exaggerated. 3. There is a metal ring around the rim of the bag that, unless it is hung 8-10 feet off the ground, is at approximately jaw or temple height. This metal ring is attached to the top of the bladder and can be disconnected from whatever connectors it uses to remain at the peak of the bag with little or no force(I broke these connectors and the ring shifted downward at a 45 degree angle with only a single front snap kick to this ring). Overall. Its a poor quality design, that would only benefit those who are 1. Cardio Kickboxers who don't care if they hit hard or accurately, or 2. Those who don't hit hard enough to hurt themselves.
Moral of this story: Buy quality not quantity.

Dietwise: I finally understand the algorithm for caloric percentages(seriously, it took me forever to understand it, pitiful right!) An example being, 3000 calories, 50% Protein, 30% Carbohydrates, 20% Fats. The exact algorithm is much more complex, however my altered version breaks down like this:

(Total Calories per day[3000]/4)x.5=Protein (375 grams)
(Total Calories per day[3000]/4)x.3=Carbohydrates (225 grams)
(Total Calories per day[3000]/4)x.2=Fats (150 grams)

This being said, I've begun compiling a list of various foods and their values in these areas with the overall goal being that I can develop a legitimate fighter's diet. I've also been researching various vitamins and their benefits, since a basic multivitamin alone doesn't contain many of the most important vitamins and minerals for joint and muscle support, bone calcification etc.

Psyche segment: F*cking god damn bitches! You take 'em to festivals, flirt like a mofo, and they're dirty f*cking teases. Do I have to be a douchebag, I don't wanna be a douchebag!...F*ck! I have to be a douchebag! That is all.
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This'll be a short one I think.

Lifting has been as monotonous and almost nonexistant as usual. I hate myself when I'm too lazy to lift, which in turn pisses me off for being one of those self-hating f*cks, which in turn depresses me further, thus guaranteeing no lifting that day. I can't seem to get motivated. Music doesn't do it, visualization doesn't do it, nothing does it, and it annoys the piss out of me!

I worked out with my sparring partner a couple days ago. Did a fair amout of padwork, maybe 30-40 minutes at the max. Afterwards we sparred which was nice. I threw more body kicks and several decently accuate head kicks. What I was most happy about was my boxing. I used to HATE being on the inside, I got caught like a fatty playing tag! But this time I was surprised to see that I wasn't getting hit much at all. I was working my footwork on the outside, using my jab more just as a lazy attention getting movement than anything deliberate or damaging. I used the footwork to get in close where my partner and I traded a fair number of punches in the latter 2 rounds. The first was all bleh. I attribute my not getting tagged nearly as often as before, to my bettering head movement and having an active guard, since my partner wouldn't all of a sudden just not be as accurate as usual anymore. I don't necessarily like the pocket, but I'm happy I'm not a pushover there anymore, since I enjoy the dirty boxing and Thai clinch, and the pocket is the road to that funzone!

On diet. I've worked out my calories per meal for best effect, number of meals/meal replacement protein shakes, and even a few meal ideas. All things working out I'll be able to start implementing this new nutrition plan in the next week or two barring other expendagers and getting my bitchy ass lifting!

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Screw bein' a pansy. F*ck or get out of the bedroom right?
Why does everything yummy and awesome have to not be good for you?
If I spend more money on something stupd will it be helpful?
F*ck! Why does my job suck so god damn much?
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So today I worked out with my training partner. I felt pretty good about the workout as a whole, but there were aspects needing major remodeling!

The workout overall ended up being approx 2 hours. Not bad for a scrub, but I want to fight Amay or Pro in a year, which means I need to workout a whole helluva lot more than I am now, or just for up to twice as long in a session once a day...

We started out with padwork. First it was focus mitts, inprovisational, not pre-determined combinations. Then moved on to Thai pads. With the Thai pads I worked on ending a basic 1-2 combination with a lead leg kick. Its been a long, long time since I worked leg kicks (I was training for a pure kickboxing tournament in Columbus, Ohio for nearly a year), and I was a rusty mofo! This became apparent later on...

There was a very short period where I worked takedowns. It had been just as long since I'd attempted a takedown, and I've never been very good at them. I wanted to work on the basic technique of a takedown and pretty much hammer those fundamentals of: head to the inside, hip level, power through, that I'd been lackadaysical about for some time! I shot to the outside a couple times, annoying as hell! I failed miserably to even land a single once. But in general I felt that those basics were still burned in there, just rusty.

Next we moved on to sparring. Since it was that first big push back into MMA I wanted to keep things eclectic. So it was set up to be 1 rnd of stand up and takedowns, 1 rnd of dirty boxing and clinch fighting w/ takedowns, and 1 rnd of pure groundfighting.

In the first round of sparring, I checked a leg kick and dropped my hands (what a moron right!) and got cracked in the face with a straight right. Thank god he had 16s on or I'd have been in serious trouble! I kept working leg kicks and jabbing trying to keep control, but I didn't try and put combinations together or change levels for any kind of takedown/throw, it was a very meh performanc on my part that leaves me annoyed at myself.

In the second round of sparring, we started against the wall with one person in the dominant position, if there was a takedown, or someone had had enough, we'd swap dominant position. I'm proud to say I stayed in the dominant position the entire round! I started out with a couple knee attempts that were checked. But I managed to land a few solid knees to the body before my opponent started tying my leg up with one of his to limit my ability to knee. I tried to keep mixing up with my hands and keep my body weight and pressure against his chest with my shoulder/head the entire time. I was consistantly landing an overhead hook to the side of his head, but whenever I tried to lean back slightly and go for an elbow over the top, I would lose contol of the position, so I stuck with the hook. I even experimented with 6-12 elbows to the body. My training partner described them as "annoying" and not damaging, so they need work. I was happy that I managed to keep in control of the position and grind my opponent for the full round. Perhaps I'm not a slouch in the clinch!

In the third round of sparring, we played a game of rock paper scissors to decide who would be on top in full guard. I won. At first it was extremely difficult to better my position. He was using a closed guard and I lack a lot of the wrestling training needed to easily better my position on the fly, its still very technical and not muscle memory. At one point his legs started to slacken, a result of his exhaustion, he said later his legs were "starting to go numb."I tried to slide free but he tightened back up. Eventually I lifted up to almost a standing position, he attempted an armbar, but I'd succeeded in breaking his guard and rolled over into side contol. I did a bit of GnP from this position, but wanted to better it even more, so I attempted to gain the mount, his far side leg came up and caught mine, sliding me back into half guard, I worked a bit from half guard. I kept my chest against his chest the whole of the time on the ground (I've read or heard somewhere that this makes it harder to sweep and helps keep the person on top in better balance and control). I managed to slide my leg free and slid back into side control. I attempted the mount again and succeeded this time, but he swept me to my back into full guard when I went for an armbar and couldn't get it locked in properly, because I didn't slide my body properly as I dropped into the armbar so he was able to pull it free and escape! With me on the bottom he was in half guard, but when he attempted the mount I used a kind of modified butterfly with my knee to push him back and slid him to full. He tried to grind me with short elbows and punches, but the round ended. I felt like I did pretty good in this area. I have known for some time that my grappling is meh at best, and my top control has been abhoredly bad. But I feel that I have made decent improvements. I need to really think about where I went wrong with that armbar and look into developing MUCH better technical JJ if I want to be able to finish on the ground.

My diet has been alright these past few days and weeks. I've had a few snacks and meals that those Nazi health buffs would call, "f-ing terrible for you" but what do they know right! I feel kind of lighter. I know this is a psychological sensation, I read somewhere what brings it on, but can't remember, however I do know that I feel looser in all aspects of my game. I am just hoping this feeling actually translates to legitimate ability!

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How have you been, you've been rather quiet.
Yeah, kinda been in my own world the past couple weeks. But I image I should log at some point!

(Why not now!)

So over the past weeks I've been doing some soul searching. Little of it related in any way to MMA, but it did take president over any training, so its only in the past week I've been working out on the reg again!

I did that sparring session with my training partner, one round of stand up/takedown, one round of dirty boxing/takedown, and one round of groundfighting. It felt good and we decided to keep things rolling along similar lines. Ecept instead of 1, 1, 1, it was 3, 3, 3, followed by the circuit style to fail. Things didn't quite work out that way...

We started with the usual stretching/incoherent shadowboxing/general warm up. I started doing the ol' Cung Le style 360 degree spinning back kick on the heavy bag after stretching. Does like!

Once we figured out we were supposed to workout, not be dumb, we moved on to padwork. I found in this area that my technical boxing needs some big work. I am not rotating my hips right when I throw rear uppercuts so I literally have to jump to properly align my body, giving me a Ken from Street Fighter esque look!(not a good thing) My lead hooks also had a goofy look. I throw thm from kind of low, cuz, you know, the hip is kinda low!, and I threw them thumb in, not out and down. They felt TERRIBLE!

After padwork, we moved on to sparring. First off was three5 min rounds of sparring. It wasn't bad. I've never been as good as my sparring partner in the stand up realm. He has a reach advantage, and knows how to use it well. I managed to sneak in some jabs, and even a counter hook, though the hook was that thumb-in pawing style, so it wasn't very powerful. There was also a period where I was annoyed, he was landing some nice leg kicks that f-ing hurt! and I leapt in and went a li'l bit wild with punches! A couple landed, but most were blocked. We ended up in a body clinch, but with the 16oz gloves it was hard for me to assert any control or get a body lock, so it broke. He also landed a very sickening side push kick to the liver. I can now understand why people crumple like they do. I felt like my insides had exploded. I tried to ignore it but there's no ignoring one of those kicks and I crumpled against the wall for about a minute and heaved for breath! Other than some calf/thigh stiffening leg kicks, and a few solid punches both ways, it was kind of a meh 3 rounds.

Second came the dirty boxing, this is where things got a little hairy. My training partner was in the dominant position, since last time I was in the dominant position. He was outgrapping me, and staying in position. I attempted to sweep into the dominant position, as well as hip throw and leg sweep to get him down. These techniques all failed so I thought, "Okay, I can't get the dominant position, might as well outstrike him!" So I started with short elbows and punches to the body. I also (think) I went for a few knees to the legs. But he was also trying to get a takedown so I had to sink very low, and go for underhooks to stop it, limiting my ability to knee. I eventually worked him back up high and got in a position for some more knees to the body. I landed three or four solid knees before he decided that he'd had enough.

This is all understandable. His mouthguard is lost, so he had to use an Everlast double mouthguard, one of the worst mouthguards ever designed in the histroy of mouthguards. He was also getting kneed in the diaphram, which guarantees to gas someone almost instantly. These things combined to cut the session short, making it only about 2 hours. I wanted more like 3 hours or more. But there are more days in life!

Yesterday I was surfing the net and found this video of Randy Couture doing this super uber workout. But was only using 95lbs. I wrote it all down, then went downstairs and did it. It. Was. F*cking. Awesome! It was:
Per set of 8 reps each:
Bent over rows
Trap Pulls
Mil Press
Good Mornings
Clean & press
Stiff Legged Deadlift
This was done nonstop per set with a 1 minute rest between.

I ended up only doing 2 sets since I didn't want to blow my load early. I moved on to some technique work. I threw f-ing hundreds of lead hooks/rear hooks with proper form. And a handful of rear uppercuts with proper form. The uppercuts are rather difficult for me with my stance since I use a sort of modified back stance and it requires a very, very significant rotation to be even moderately effective. I contemplate its usefulness....

Psyche:
I think I'm starting to get my shit in order. When I was training for that pure kickboxing comp, I hated training. Because I spent as much time fighting muscle memory as I did hitting the bag and shadowboxing. But now that I'm back to training for MMA, I am actually enjoying myself again!

There are four major Orgs in my area. And I've already picked out the one I want to try and get a fight for. It seems the most legit, and I am really excited at the prospect of getting a fight in about a year (my goal). I'm unconcerned if the fight will be ammy or pro, or LHW (my other goal) or HW. I just want to put up or shut up already!
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Training partner canceled about 50% of all training for this month, citing personal training needs, and goals, that apparently don't include better clinch and groundfighting technique. Stuck just hitting the bag and doing solo work for the rest of the month. I told him we'll workout again in a month, because the only thing worse than no training is halfassed training IMO.
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