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post #11 of 270 (permalink) Old 06-17-2010, 11:44 PM
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Sounds like awesome workouts!
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post #12 of 270 (permalink) Old 06-18-2010, 06:31 AM Thread Starter
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Thank you,

I must say the workouts are brutal. It will suck come Monday though.

I hopefully will not be able to pick up more than 3 or 4 pounds for Wednesday through Friday of next week.



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post #13 of 270 (permalink) Old 06-18-2010, 03:57 PM Thread Starter
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Today is a good day, I just got some extra kit.

So far for my kit for working on the bag is as such:

A 6-8 ounce neoprene padded hand-wrap glove by Everlast.
A set 108 wraps by Everlast.
A set of 12-ounce boxing glove by Everlast.

I decided to test out the gloves about 5 minutes ago and was thoroughly shocked. I wrapped up my right hand got the hand-wrap glove on beneath the boxing glove.

All I can tell you is I was working straight-rights maybe a hook or two...then all the sudden the supposed 200-pound ties (2) snapped this sent the 70-pound bag crashing to the floor.

I guess I'll have to get a quick-link deal and use the chain that came with the bag. I thought several weeks ago it was a novel idea using the ties...so much for ingenuity.

On a good note though, once I get the bag ready again I'll be able to train harder and longer without any pain in my hands.

I'll look around a hardware store Tuesday morning for something.



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post #14 of 270 (permalink) Old 06-20-2010, 02:13 AM Thread Starter
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It sucks....I am un-able to work the night shifts now... less money what a grand time.



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post #15 of 270 (permalink) Old 06-20-2010, 04:30 AM Thread Starter
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Things are going well on the side of training.

I have hit my goal for monday already and it is sunday.

I will burn bad monday/tuesday

IF you forgot the workout to tear my body down for power is:

10 sets of 10 @ 80-pounds dual-armed curl.
10 sets of 30 @ 60-pounds dual-armed curl.
10 sets of 50 full sit-ups.
10 sets of 15 leg lift crunch.
10 sets of 15 regular pushup
10 sets of 5 fist-pushups
10 sets of 5 pull-ups.
10 sets of 5 60-pound squats.
3-mile run.

One more week of 3-mile runs then I go to a 6 mile run.

Tonight I set a new situp max, I am flexing my core to a full flex and then doing the situp it hurts like hell but it is good.

For this flexed situp my best is 50 in a row now, it was 35 earlier.

For a regular situp my best single set is 125. I have done 8 sets in an entire workout at 125 before.

Since things are going bad at work I'm gonna see if I can get my training partner to train with me Thursday and friday of this coming week.



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post #16 of 270 (permalink) Old 06-20-2010, 06:10 PM Thread Starter
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I was able to head to the hardware store earlier today around noon, I got the chain and hanging tie.

I picked up a quarter inch quick link and one other piece along with 30-inches of chain.

I am much happier with the current rig over the old one. The bag is sitting lower. I can strike the face point and know where it is better.

It's always interesting trying to hang the bag by yourself on a ladder.

Monday is a short amount of time away, and I'm ready to go for the endurance gains I know will come.

I plan on going up to 6-8 hours Monday / Tuesday, for Thursday / Friday I'll hit the shed(gym) for at least 3-hours both days. If I can last 5 hours both days I'll be happy.



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post #17 of 270 (permalink) Old 06-22-2010, 01:40 AM Thread Starter
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I've torn up my training for today. I feel great, not sore by any means!

I felt no reason to stop after the goal I set for myself, so I tossed something new into my regimen.

I have added in overhead lifts in my regimen. I am impressed with my strength in enduring the new lift.

I did 15 sets of 5 lifts in front of the head and to the rear of the head along with 5 sets of 10 of each to finish the night off.



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post #18 of 270 (permalink) Old 06-22-2010, 05:09 PM Thread Starter
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I am doing well already, the 1st half of today is done.

I am really not sore yet, so I am doing well.



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post #19 of 270 (permalink) Old 06-23-2010, 03:00 PM Thread Starter
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I blasted through Tuesday's workout plan and went out and hung with friends from 6 to mid-night.

I made it to a huge new level yesterday, I made my goal of cutting to 170.0 pounds.

I'll rest today, and hit the bag tomorrow and Friday.



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post #20 of 270 (permalink) Old 06-24-2010, 04:21 PM Thread Starter
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Today's training went well, I did a light workout stretched and had some help from a friend of mine with the bag-work.

It is becoming essential if I want to focus on the punching bag that I have some help. I am wrapping with 108-inch cotton wraps then putting a handwrap glove on from everlast, both of these go under my 12oz everlast boxing gloves.

It is great having the protection, I can work on increasing my power shots without having to worry as much, my technique on the punches is getting crisper.

I am using my cell phone to record some of the training. So far I've got five 30-second videos.

It may not be a whole lot, but they definitely help me see where I am not using technique and trying to use way too much power for no result.

It was amusing I could barely hold my soap in the right hand after the 90 minute session on the bag today...the 20-24oz weight is tough to get used to.

I found out my pal was a wrestler in highschool, he outweighs me by 30-pounds at 200.00. He is a bit shorter by a couple inches.

I did a full-mount practice with him with he having the dominant point on top.

It took me about 30-45 seconds to escape: I trapped his hands at first then blasted 4-5 shots to his face, started to roll out, got to quarter guard on the ground,he was working on getting me flattened out but it didn't work, I went to the ground again and got back into the disadvantage point for full mount with one leg trapped got that worked out from beneath and went for a scissor leg-lock around his gut. This leg-lock opened him up for several face-shots then the drill was up.

Overall it wasn't a bad 1st drill, hopefully we can work together to improve my strength on the ground in a disadvantaged situation.

I don't know how well the leg-locks work in martial arts, but the two times in my life that I've sunk one in it made my opponent tap in about 4-8 seconds after it was sunk.



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