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Old 10-08-2010, 10:25 PM   #31
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Wednesday October 6, 2010:

- Decided to skip training and go study for my upcoming exam instead. Had to spend the entire day cramming.

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Old 10-08-2010, 10:28 PM   #32
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Thursday October 7, 2010:

- Strength Training:
  • Olympic Bar Core Rotations - 2 Sets of 50 Reps [30 lbs]
  • Crunches with 45 lb plate - 2 Sets of 50 Reps [45 lbs]
- 10 Rounds of Interval Training:
  • Run Time: 40 Minutes 08 Seconds
  • Inclination: 30 Degrees
  • Resistance: Maximum (Level 15)
  • Revolutions: 1,590 Revolutions
  • Carbs Burned: 155 Carbs
  • Calories Burned: 886.9 Calories

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Old 10-08-2010, 10:31 PM   #33
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Friday October 8, 2010:

- Strength Training:
  • Leg Raises - 3 Sets of 30 Reps [125 lbs]
- 10 Rounds of Interval Training:
  • Run Time: 40 Minutes 09 Seconds
  • Inclination: 30 Degrees
  • Resistance: Maximum (Level 15)
  • Revolutions: 1,712 Revolutions
  • Carbs Burned: 165 Carbs
  • Calories Burned: 994.5 Calories

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Old 10-09-2010, 11:20 AM   #34
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- Decided to skip training and go study for my upcoming exam instead. Had to spend the entire day cramming.
Yeah I hate it when school gets in the way of my boxing
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Old 10-10-2010, 09:37 PM   #35
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Yeah I hate it when school gets in the way of my boxing

Yea, me too. It totally throws me off my routine and makes me feel like I'm slacking. Nice avatar, btw.
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Old 10-10-2010, 09:41 PM   #36
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Saturday October 9, 2010:

- Muay Thai Class:
  • 10 Minutes of Jumping Rope.
  • 40 Minutes of Pad Work (worked on kicking combinations on the Thai Pads. Mostly concentrated on low kicks, switch kicks, and teep kicks).
  • 30 Minutes of Counter Striking Drills (mostly focused on countering an opponent's low kicks and teep kicks).
  • 10 Minutes of Cool Down Strength/Conditioning (worked upper abs, middle abs, and lower abs).

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Workout schedule for the week of Oct 10th:

Sunday, Oct 10th:
  • 10 Rounds of Interval Training.
  • Shoulder Exercises for my Anterior, Posterior, and Lateral Deltoids.
Monday, Oct 11th:
  • 10 Rounds of Interval Training.
  • Back Exercises for my General Back, Lats, and Traps.
Tuesday, Oct 12th:
  • Muay Thai Class
Wednesday, Oct 13th:
  • 10 Rounds of Interval Training.
  • Chest Exercises for my Major and Clavicular Pecs.
Thursday, Oct 14th:
  • 10 Rounds of Interval Training.
  • Abdomen Exercises for my Abs and Obliques.
Friday, Oct 15th:
  • 10 Rounds of Interval Training.
  • Leg Exercises for my Quadriceps and Hamstrings.
Saturday, Oct 16th:
  • Muay Thai Class
  • 10 Rounds of Interval Training.
  • Arm Exercises for my Biceps and Triceps.

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Old 10-10-2010, 10:03 PM   #38
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Sunday October 10, 2010:

- Strength Training:
  • Upright Row - 3 Sets of 25 Reps [just the bar]
  • Rear Delt Row - 3 Sets of 25 Reps [just the bar]
  • Millitary Presses - 3 Sets of 25 Reps [just the bar]
- 10 Rounds of Interval Training:
  • Run Time: 40 Minutes 06 Seconds
  • Inclination: 30 Degrees
  • Resistance: Maximum (Level 15)
  • Revolutions: 1,716 Revolutions
  • Carbs Burned: 165 Carbs
  • Calories Burned: 945.9 Calories

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Old 10-12-2010, 01:59 PM   #39
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Monday October 11, 2010:

- Strength Training:
  • Deadlifts - 2 Sets of 10 Reps [200 lbs]
  • Shrugs - 2 Sets of 50 Reps [90 lbs]
  • Bent Over Barbell Rows - 1 Set of 25 Reps [just the bar]
- 10 Rounds of Interval Training:
  • Run Time: 40 Minutes 04 Seconds
  • Inclination: 30 Degrees
  • Resistance: Maximum (Level 15)
  • Revolutions: 1,700 Revolutions
  • Carbs Burned: 164 Carbs
  • Calories Burned: 938.0 Calories

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Old 10-12-2010, 09:18 PM   #40
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Tuesday October 12, 2010:

- Muay Thai Class:
  • 10 Minutes of Warm Up Conditioning exercises.
  • 20 Rounds of Sparring. Went at around 80% power. We weren't allowed to elbow to the face but we were allowed to do everything else (hit to the head, low kicks, clinch and knees, etc). Rotated sparring partners each round. Overall, it was a good session but I'm not entirely happy with my performance. Looking back on it, I think I could've been a bit more aggressive and should've tried to incorporate some of the counters that we worked on in class the past couple of weeks. Anyways, I was able to use this time to work on conditioning my shins and legs to my opponent's leg kicks (my left shin is ****ing bruised as hell).
  • 10 Minutes of Cool Down Conditioning exercises.

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20 rounds? That is absolutely insane.
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Old 10-12-2010, 11:14 PM   #42
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20 rounds? That is absolutely insane.
Yea, we do this type of session at least once a month and it's absolutely gruelling. Even though we get 3 min breaks after every 5 rounds, it definitely takes a toll on the body. By the time we get to the later rounds, each round mostly consists of clinch+knees, lots of body hooks, and alot of neck-wrestling.
The positive side of this is that it helps improve all aspects of the Muay Thai game. In the early rounds we're told to work on combinations. In the middle rounds we get to focus more on kicks and counter striking. And in the later rounds we get to work on clinchwork.

The traditional Muay Thai fighters in Thailand do this type of sparring all the time. Its really one of the best ways to condition a fighter's shins so that they learn to properly absorb blows from leg kicks.

I'm just glad that it only happens once a month.
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Wednesday October 13, 2010:

- Strength Training:
  • Bench Press - 2 Sets of 50 Reps [just the bar]
  • Incline Bench Press - 2 Sets of 50 Reps [just the bar]
- 10 Rounds of Interval Training:
  • Run Time: 40 Minutes 17 Seconds
  • Inclination: 30 Degrees
  • Resistance: Maximum (Level 15)
  • Revolutions: 1,756 Revolutions
  • Carbs Burned: 169 Carbs
  • Calories Burned: 966.2 Calories

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- Muay Thai Class:
  • 10 Minutes of Warm Up Conditioning exercises.
  • 20 Rounds of Sparring. Went at around 80% power. We weren't allowed to elbow to the face but we were allowed to do everything else (hit to the head, low kicks, clinch and knees, etc). Rotated sparring partners each round. Overall, it was a good session but I'm not entirely happy with my performance. Looking back on it, I think I could've been a bit more aggressive and should've tried to incorporate some of the counters that we worked on in class the past couple of weeks. Anyways, I was able to use this time to work on conditioning my shins and legs to my opponent's leg kicks (my left shin is ****ing bruised as hell).
  • 10 Minutes of Cool Down Conditioning exercises.

Damn, 20 rounds that's crazy. I'm lucky if I get 5 in one day.
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Old 10-14-2010, 11:56 PM   #45
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Damn, 20 rounds that's crazy. I'm lucky if I get 5 in one day.
yeah, lol, I usually do around 3 rounds. This was just a once in a while exercise our coach likes to do.

On a side note, I woke up today and my shins were finally back to their normal color (thank god). I wish I had taken a pic of how they looked after I was done on Tuesday (looked blue/black. couldnt walk right for the past day or two).
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