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Old 08-04-2009, 04:46 PM   #196
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Speed based Work
5 x 2 Minutes on Double End Bag
45 Minutes of technique work

Shadow Boxing Burpees - 5 x 2 Minutes
Burpee Intervals are one of the best conditioning drills. These intervals consist of Burpees and shadow boxing.

Burpees x 30 seconds
Shadow box x 30 seconds
Continue for 2 minutes

You will begin with 30 seconds of Burpees, and immediately follow with 30 seconds of shadow boxing.
Continue this pattern for a full 2 minute round. You will then rest 1 minute.


Technique Work
Inside Leg Kick
Outside Leg Kick
Southpaw Stance - Right Leg Kick to Opponents Lead Leg
Southpaw Stance - Right Leg Kick to Opponents Lead Leg x 4, On 5th Kick throw Right Kick to Opponents head
Southpaw Stance - Right Leg Kick to Opponents Lead Leg - Left Kick to Opponents Body
Thai Shin Block against Round Kicks and Leg Kicks
Inside or Outside Leg Kick Counter to Opponents Lead Leg when they Round Kick to your body or head
Important that once you block you counter (i.e. don't settle for a block, get in an attack)


Sweet 16 - 16 Minutes of 4 x 4 Tabatas
Punch Outs (20 seconds work, 10 seconds rest)
Heal to Ass Squats (20 seconds work, 10 seconds rest)
Punch Outs (20 seconds work, 10 seconds rest)
Press Ups (20 seconds work, 10 seconds rest)

Long Stretch
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Old 08-04-2009, 05:01 PM   #197
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Things to Work on over the next few weeks

Side to Side Kicks & Back and Forth Kicks
Opponent moves back and forth or side to side across a pre-defined line. They will move either horizontally or vertically along this line quickly and you must mirror them using your footwork to keep up with them. Upon reaching the end of the line they will hold the pad to either their leg, body or head singles or doubles and you will have to land the kick before landing quickly back in your stance and following them again. This drill is fantastic for working your footwork and ensuring you can throw kicks quickly as your feet land on the ground as well as ensuring you can move quickly after executing a kick.

Push Kicks and Back Kicks as a means of Defence
I've seen a lot of people such as GSP and numerous Karate fighters use Push Kicks and Back kicks as a means of defence against the Round Kick to good effect. I have not really used them very much myself but I know that they can be very effective as the impact of one can push someone off balance, which they are esspecially open to when one leg is off the floor.
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Old 08-05-2009, 02:18 AM   #198
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Muaythai Technique - Split Down Images

Leg Kicking Technique
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Teep Kick Technique
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Left Body Kick against a Right Straight
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Left Hook against a Right Kick
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Muaythai Left Switch Body Kick
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Muaythai Left Switch High Kick - Very Good
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Muaythai Right High Kick - Very Good
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Muaythai Power Cross into Left Kick
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Old 08-05-2009, 04:12 PM   #199
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Strength Work
5 x 25kg
5 x 45kg
5 x 60kg
5 x 60kg
3 x 65kg
1 x 70kg
failed 70kg (so fecking close!)

Very Light Warm Up
2 x 2 Minutes Skipping
Jog around the room touching the ground with left hand, right hand or both hands
1 Press Up
1 Press Up - 2 Burpees
1 Press Up - 2 Burpees - 3 Jack Knifes
1 Press Up - 2 Burpees - 3 Jack Knifes - 4 Squat Kicks
1 Press Up - 2 Burpees - 3 Jack Knifes - 4 Squat Kicks - 5 Sit Ups
1 Press Up - 2 Burpees - 3 Jack Knifes - 4 Squat Kicks - 5 Sit Ups - 6 Star Jumps - 7 Straight Punches
1 Press Up - 2 Burpees - 3 Jack Knifes - 4 Squat Kicks - 5 Sit Ups - 6 Star Jumps - 7 Straight Punches - 8 Leg Kicks
1 Press Up - 2 Burpees - 3 Jack Knifes - 4 Squat Kicks - 5 Sit Ups - 6 Star Jumps - 7 Straight Punches - 8 Leg Kicks
1 Press Up - 2 Burpees - 3 Jack Knifes - 4 Squat Kicks - 5 Sit Ups - 6 Star Jumps - 7 Straight Punches - 8 Leg Kicks - 9 Tuck Jumps
1 Press Up - 2 Burpees - 3 Jack Knifes - 4 Squat Kicks - 5 Sit Ups - 6 Star Jumps - 7 Straight Punches - 8 Leg Kicks - 9 Tuck Jumps - 10 Leg Raises

Technique Work
1 x 2 Minutes Inside Leg Kicks Technique
1 x 2 Minutes Inside Leg Kicks Power
1 x 2 Minutes Outside Leg Kicks Technique
1 x 2 Minutes Outside Leg Kicks Power
1 x 2 Minutes Southpaw lead Leg Kick to Opponents Lead Leg
1 x 2 Minutes Southpaw lead Leg Kick to Opponents Lead Leg - Left Kick to Body Technique
10 x Southpaw lead Leg Kick to Opponents Lead Leg - Left Kick to Body Power
1 x 2 Minutes Side to Side Kick Drill

Light work out today as I got told off for training too hard :O
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5 x 2 minutes skipping

3 x 2 minutes footwork (square drill, double square drill, double back step-step off hook)

3 x 2 minutes speedball

3 x 2 minutes double end bag

10 x 2 minutes intense heavy bag combos - (using Bas Ruttens Boxing Tapes)

5 x 2 minutes punch out circuit - 2x (20sec punchouts, 20sec body hooks, 20sec heavy bag lateral jumps)
Want to build up to burpees then tuck jumps.

3 x 2 minutes sparring with fresh partner each round
Want to build up to 6
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In my fights I tend to have the longativity, i.e. I last the whole fight but don't seem to explode enough. I think this is covered in Ross' book. In a way I train a bit like a marathon runner in the sense I'm at the gym training 6 days a week, 4-6 hours a day and therefore my body has obviously adapted to dishing out my energy over this time rather than say an intense 1 hour - 90 minute session. So what I have decided is that for this fight which is 5 x 2 I am going to train more intensely in shorter bursts in the mornings and then work my technique at night. I realise this is not optimal, sadly however my coaches don't arrive to the gym until 7:00pm and I get to the gym at 6:00am until 8:00am when I leave to work before I can return to train with them at 7:00pm until about 9:00pm.

Sports Specific based work:

My plan is to train pads, sparring and clinchwork with them for five round each five days a week. So for example:

Monday-Friday
1 Hour Technique work where I will learn new techniques and perfect old ones.
5 x 2 Minutes Padwork. Rest. 5 x 2 Minutes Sparring. Rest. 5 x 2 Minutes Clinch Work.

What I used to do is train say like 10 x 3 minute rounds or something crazy like that. What I will now to is get them to increase the intensity over the seven weeks. So for example week 1-2 padwork and sparring and clinch at as hard a pace as I can take. Week 3-4 pick it up another level so I begin to suffer. Week 5-6 Cut rest time to 45 seconds for padwork. Begin bringing in a fresh new partner every round of sparring / clinch.

Running / Interval Training

I decided to run three times a week. I personally think that 2 mile runs and 400m are the best additions to a training routine. I think that a 2 mile run is mentally brutal when aiming for 6 minute miles for example and 400m with 1 minute recovery is a good base for building up the energy system specific to muaythai because you can really explode with them and once you've built up the endurance add exercises on to the end.

My thoughts on the way I should training these are:
Week 1: Day 1: 3 x 400m. Day 3: 1.0 Mile for time. Day 5: 3 x 400m
Week 2: Day 1: 4 x 400m. Day 3: 1.5 Mile for time. Day 5: 4 x 400m
Week 3: Day 1: 5 x 400m. Day 3: 2.0 Mile for time. Day 5: 5 x 400m
Week 4: Day 1: 5 x 400m (with burpee/pushup/squat). Day 3: 2.0 Mile for time. Day 5: 5 x 400m (with burpee/pushup/squat)

And then build up the burpee/pushup/squat ammount.

I would like to ask if you think adding 800m (which I would obviously aim to do as close to 2 minutes as possible) or 100m (which could build my ATP-PC System more productively?) would be something you'd advise. I am not sure whether this would be too much volume or if it would be OK to add these before / after or even on a seperate day from what I have listed here.

Minute Drills

These are very important because I stand by burpee intervals and the magic 50 type workouts as being a key to why everyone says I'm so fit at the gym. I think 30 seconds of working one exercise is really, really good. Anyone who reads my workout log will find that I was able to get my heart rate past 190bpm twice during burpee intervals... I couldn't do that during sparring or bag work.

Day 1: 5 x 2 Burpee Intervals:
(after week 3 I will begin doing punch outs instead of shadow boxing)

Day 3: Sean Wright Minute Drills:
22.5kg vest - Burpees, Snatch L, Snatch R, Squats, Swing L, Swing R
(30 second each exercise) x 3 building up to 5 x 3 minute rounds.

Endurance / Stamina

Sweet 16 is my altimate stamina building exercise although I have found a good way of doing it twice a week with a modified version. I don't want my body to completely adapt however I think the building up of straight punches isn't something I should worry about too much, so havn't decided to change this very much.

Week 1:
session 1. Sweet 16. Punch Based.
session 2. (20s straight punches, 20s hooks, 20s tuck jumps) x 2 - 2 mins total for 2 rds.

Week 2:
session 1. Sweet 16. Kick Based.
session 2. (20s straight punches, 20s hooks, 20s tuck jumps) x 2 - 2 mins total for 2 rds.

Power Based

I struggle with this element because I know the types of exercises to do i.e. bang pulls, plyo press ups, snatches, cleans, etc but I'm unsure if I really need to add anymore because on top of minute drills which I do weighted and endurance based stuff and finishers I do a lot of resistance based weight shifting so perhaps here you guys could give me some help. I want to do 1-2 a week, Here are the workouts I liked from Ross:

Magic 50 - Explosive in every sense of the word (10 minutes total)
10 Burpee, 10 Power overs, 10 Squats, 10 Band Pulls - explosive (5 x 2 minute rounds)
10 Burpee, 20 Sledge Swings, 30 Lateral Jumps, 40 Pushups, 50 Squats (x5)
20 band pulls, 20 power overs, 10 up-downs, 20 sledge swings
10 med slams, 20 power overs, 30 lateral jumps, 40 sledge (5 x 2 minute rounds)
5 Up-Downs, 5 med slams, 5 burpees, 5 band pulls
I don't want to post anymore because they are in Ross' material

Finisher on last day of the week

At the end of each week I will do a tough circuit just to push myself and cap off the week. This will change each week so that I DO NOT adapt. For example:

*25 sandbag burpees, 25 clean & press burpees, 25 burpees with 15ib DB, 25 normal burpees
*15 minutes of as many times: 10 pullups, 10 db swings, 10 plyo push up, 10 tuck jumps
*Each for 2 x 1 Min: Squat, Pushups, Band Pull, DB Swings, Med Slams

Totals:

Technique inc padwork, sparring & clinch - 5 days per week
(30 minutes shadow/footwork/bag, 1 hour technique, 5x2 pads, 5x2 sparring, 5x2 clinch)
Running & Intervals - 3 days per week
(building up to twice a week 5 x 400m Intervals with BW exercises & 2 mile run once a week.)
Round Specific Minute Drills - 2 days per week
minute drills based on 5 x 2 or 3 minute rounds
Power work - 2 days per week
Short but intense explosion based work (no more than 15 minutes)
Fight Specific Endurance - 2 Days per week
Constant work at as high rate as possible over 15 minutes
Finishers - 1 Day Per Week
About 20 minutes of tough circuit based work with an aim just to finish

Seems a lot of work, but really I don't think I will be in the gym anywhere near as much as I am right now. It will basically take me a week or two to get into it and adjust to the higher work levels, but I think it is do-able. I'm just looking for peoples opinions on what to add, change, remove, etc. I'm deffinetly going to start eating more calories over the upcoming weeks. Anyone looking to track my progress please check my workout log from next week. Hopefully with your help I can win this area title in 7 weeks time
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Old 08-10-2009, 03:58 PM   #202
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This is my provisional schedule.

Week 1 Notes:

No additional Sparring or Padwork this week. Just classes and cardio based stuff. I want my body to adapt to the workload slowly before I add in the additional work. Therefore any padwork or sparring I do will come as part of the lessons and not in addition to it.

Intervals will begin slowly, I will push myself in them but I won't make myself ill. Again I only really need to build up to 4 x 400m + exercises and therefore there is no point jumping in above my ability and messing up my training. I do not want to burn out, which I have done before.
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Monday - Fight Training Day 1
Today is just about starting new things. I havn't run in just over two months so I'm starting my intervals very, very slowly so that I don't burn out. Too often I have tried to do too much too soon, so this time I'm going to be smarter and build things up.

Sprint Work
2 x 400m sprints with 1 min rest (TERRIBLE!) (1:17 and 1:21)
2 x 100m sprints with 30sec rest (TERRIBLE!) (17 and 17)
Was disapointed and using my heartrate monitor I found my recovery is much worse than what it was back in may... I guess it is early days though *sigh*

Fight Specific Training
8 x 2 Minutes - Footwork Drills
5 x 2 Minutes - Double End Bag
5 x 2 Minutes - Just Kicks on the Heavy Bag
6 x 3 Minutes - Minute Drills
Round 1, 3, 5 (Minute 1: Med Slams, Minute 2: Sandbag Shoulders, Minute 3: Ass to Heal Squats)
Round 2, 4, 6 (Minute 1: Heavy Bag Work, Minute 2: Sandbag Clean & Press, Minute 3: Burpees)

What I will add next week:
3-5 rounds pad work, 3-5 rounds sparring, 3-5 round clinch.
10 Rounds of 2 Minute Bagwork (Power Based)

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Tuesday Morning - Fight Training Day 2

10 x 2 Minutes - Heavy Bag Technique
Rd1: Inside Leg Kick. Rd 2: Jab-Inside Leg Kick. Rd 3: Jab-Right Round Kick
Rd4: Teep Kick. Rd 5: Push Kick. Rd 6: Teep-Right Round Kick
Rd7: Push Kick-Left Round Kick. Rd8: Right Round Kick. Rd 9: Left Round Kick. Rd 9:
Rd 10:Left Kick-Right Kicks and Right Kicks to Left Kicks
5 x 2 Minutes - Double End Bag
6 x 2 Minutes - Footwork Drills


Tuesday Evening - Fight Training Day 2

10 Minutes Skipping

Pad Work
Left Hook-Left Uppercut-Cross
Cross-Left Uppercut-Left Hook
Hook-Cross-Hook
Cross-Hook-Cross
Jab-Right Round Kick

Partner Drills
Jab-Cross-Slide back as Opponent Jabs-Move In with Cross
Jab-Cross-Slide back as Opponent Jabs-Move In with Cross-Hook-Right Leg Kick
Jab-Cross-Slide back as Opponent Jabs-Move In with Cross-Hook-Cross-Inside Leg Kick
Jab-Cross-Slide back as Opponent Jabs-Move In with Hook-Cross-Hook-Right Leg Kick
Inside Leg Kick-Outside Leg Kick
South Paw Stance-Right Leg Kick opponent Lead Leg x 3-Forth time Right Kick to Head

Partner Drills
Jab-Cross-Slide back as Opponent Jabs-Move In with Cross
Jab-Cross-Slide back as Opponent Jabs-Move In with Cross-Hook-Right Leg Kick
Jab-Cross-Slide back as Opponent Jabs-Move In with Cross-Hook-Cross-Inside Leg Kick
Jab-Cross-Slide back as Opponent Jabs-Move In with Hook-Cross-Hook-Right Leg Kick

Sweet 16
8 x (20 Seconds all out straight punches, 10 Seconds rest)
8 x (20 Seconds all out ass to heal squats, 10 Seconds rest)
8 x (20 Seconds all out straight punches, 10 Seconds rest)
8 x (20 Seconds all out press ups, 10 Seconds rest)
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Wednesday - Fight Training Day 3

5 x 2 Minutes Double End Bag

5 x 2 Footwork Drills

5 x 2 Padwork
1) Jab-Cross.
2) Left Uppercut-Cross.
3) Left Uppercut-Cross-Jab-Cross.
4) Left Uppercut-Left Hook-Cross
5) Right Uppercut-Left Hook-Right Cross

14 x 2-3 Alternating Partner Padwork
1) Left Hook - Right Left Kick
2) Jab - Inside Leg Kick
3) Throw Kick whilst Opponent Blocks
4) Block whilst Opponent throws leg Kick
5) Alternate Kicks to the head
6) Alternate Kicks to anywhere
7) One person throws kicks whilst the other blocks (alternate)
One person throws kicks whilst the other blocks (alternate)
9) Kick Sparring with one for one kicks
10) Jab Sparring
11) Jab Sparring
12) Jab Sparring
13) Slipping Opponents Jab
14) Slipping Jab and throwing kicks as a counter
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Thursday - Fight Training Day 4

5 x 2 Minutes Footwork Drills

2 x 2 Minute Rounds on Belt
1 Round Kicking Belt with Right Leg
1 Round Kicking Belt with Left Leg

10 x 2 Minute Rounds on Bag
1 Round Teep on Bag with Left Leg
1 Round Push Kick on Bag with Right Leg

1 Round Jab whilst stepping off at an angle with the right, as you readjust throw cross
1 Round 3 steps left - hook - 3 steps right - hook
1 Round Left Hook-Right Uppercut & Left Hook-Right Uppercut-Jab-Cross
1 Round Jab-Fake Jab-Cross

1 Round Jab - Round Kick on bag
1 Round Jab-Cross-Round Kick on bag
1 Round Cross-Hook-Round Kick on bag
1 Round Teep Kick-Cross-Hook-Right Kick on bag

5 x 2 Minutes Double End Bag
Left Hook-Right Uppercut-Jab-Cross
Jab-Fake Jab-Cross
Right Cross-Left Uppercut
Right Uppercut-jab-Cross-Jab-Cross-Left Uppercut
Jab-Cross-Cross-Right Kick-Right Kick

5 x 2 Minutes Partner Drills
Left Jab-Right Leg Kick
Left Hook-Right Leg Kick
Left Jab-Inside Leg Kick
Right Cross-Inside Leg Kick
Right Uppercut-Left Hook-Right Leg Kick

Power Drills
2 x 25 Outside Leg Kicks
2 x 25 Inside Leg Kicks
1 x 25 Teep Kicks
1 x 25 Push Kicks
2 x 50 Round Kicks off Each Leg
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Found this, thought it was a really good idea so going to give it a go:

There are two things necessary for high kicking; the first, obviously, is flexiblity. The second, is leg strength. Without strong legs, flexibility won't be worth much.

To build strength for the way you describe slow kicking, try this:

1. Stand close to a wall. Prepare for a side kick.
2. a. Chamber your leg, and hold it high, for 10 seconds,
b. Now, grab the chamber, and pull it higher, and hold for 10 seconds.
3. a. Extend your leg to side kick position, and hold for 10 seconds.
b. Now, raise your leg up a little higher, until you feel that knot in your thigh. Hold for 10 seconds.
4. Rechamber, and return to the floor.

When I am done there, I like to cry for about 10 minutes, and when the pain is gone, I do it again. Just kidding, but you should feel this.

Next, do this:

1. Stand close to a wall, and prepare for side kick.
2. Extend the leg out to waist level.
3. Without swinging, and in a controlled motion, raise the leg as high as you can, and then lower it to below waist level. Then, in a controlled manner, raise the leg again, as high as you can.

You can do these exercised with side, round, and front kick positions, to work all kinds of muscles and angles.

For flexibility, do some active/passive and PNF stretching with a partner. In about 3 weeks, you should beging to see results, if you do these 2 to 3 times a week.
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Monday - Fight Training Day 8

Warm-Up
3 x 10 Front Leg Raises (each leg)
3 x 10 Side Leg Raises (each leg)
3 x 10 Rear Leg Raises (each leg)
30 seconds dynamic flick verticle kicks
30 seconds dynamic flick angle kicks

Leg Strength Drills
5 x 30seconds holding chamber position of Front Teep
5 x 30seconds holding chamber position of Rear Push Kick

5 x 2 Minutes on the Double End Bag
Round 1 - Jab
Round 2 - Jab-Cross
Round 3 - Jab-Jab-Cross
Round 4 - Jab-Cross-Jab OR Jab-Cross-Slip-Jab OR Jab-Cross-Slip-Cross
Round 5 - Freestyle Combos

6 x 2 Minute Footwork Drills
Round 1 - Square Drill
Round 2 - Double Step Square Drill
Round 3 - Zig-Zag Drill
Round 4 - Double Step Back, Spin off to Right
Round 5 - Double Step Back, Spin off to Right
Round 6 - 30 Round Kicks over the Ropes

2.5 x 2 Minute Rounds Sparrining
Was meant to be five rounds but knocked out my sparring partner with the Pacquaio Hook I showed in my last training video... Step into southpaw and then hook into orthadox stance. Pretty glad I did so well because the guy was all over me when he first started but slowly sussed him out. Didn't mean to KO him but I was dominating him up to that point.

5 x 2 Minutes Shadow Boxing
Round 1 - 300 Punches
Round 2 - 350 Punches
Round 3 - Square Drill throwing punches everytime you land
Round 4 - Zig-Zag Drill throwing punches everytime you land, pivoting every two verticle movements.
Round 5 - Jab-Cross-Move Back-Cross

Technique Work - 1 Hour
Technique 1 - Jab-Cross-Move Back as oponent Punches-Cross
Technique 2 - Jab-Cross-Slip Left as oponent Punches-Slip Right as Oponent Punches-Left Hook
Technique 3 - Traditional Thai Stance. As Opponent Punches Jab bring up the left hand then as they throw the right hand bring the right arm up to push the back of the left hands wrist.
Technique 4 - Working on defending the kick. If the opponent kicks use either the leaning back technique, the leg block or the glove block. Whichever you choose make sure you smash a kick back.
Technique 5 - Traditional Thai Stance. Do the double block as described above but the person who blocked adds a kick on to the end.
Technique 6 - Everytime opponent throws a kick throw a right cross-left hook. You need to dive in and close the distance for this to work.
Technique 7 - As opponent throws a jab-cross, as they cross use hands to defend it whilst stepping in and firing the left round kick.
Technique 8 - Stepping into Southpaw to throw the left leg into their lead leg.
Technique 9 - Catching the teep, throwing it and straight away smashing in a kick to either the leg, body or head.
Technique 10 - When opponent throws round kick, defend with knee. Even trapping it in the block if possible. Lift it up in the air, walk forward two steps and push up and back.

Fight Conditioning Work
5 x 2 Minutes Sparring Kadeth (ISKA Southern Area Champion @ 72.5kg)
7 Minutes Pad Work
5 Minutes Pad Work
3 Minutes Pad Work
3 Minutes Pad Work
2 Minutes Pad Work
2 Minutes Pad Work
5 x 2 Minute Sparring Instructor (3 technique based, 2 competitive)

Partner Fluidity Drills
3 Minutes - Double block against jab-cross and then counter with right round kick
3 Minutes - Throw Jab-Cross-Right Round Kick and then block the same combo.
3 Minutes - Clinch Work - The Right Arm comes round opponents head. Your head is sharply pushed into their jaw. The left arm locks them up and you squeeze.
3 Minutes - Throw Round Kick past opponent, as it lands turn into Southpaw and throw the left round kick.

Conditioning Work
Routine 1 - 10 HARD Kicks off each leg into heavy bag with partner. Rest breifly then do 10 more HARD kicks off each leg. You would do this 5-10 times depending on time.
Routine 2 - 10 x (10 Alternating Knees into the heavy bag. 10 push ups).
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