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Hi Van your elliptical program sounds pretty good and a form of high intensity interval training , there's a few similar protocols , but basically they all aspire to variations of intense and periods of rest or easier work .
here's a wiki link to HIIT which mentions a few variations
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High-inten ... l_training.
And thanks for posting the caveat, all exercise programs should be approached with caution, and especially intense interval training, people need to do the research and get the advice and guidance you need to do it safely.
The medium exercise should be about 50% intensity. The number of repetitions and length of each depends on the exercise. The goal is to do at least six cycles, and to have the entire HIIT session last at least fifteen minutes and not more than twenty.
Van Canna wrote:Marcus is a full contact fighter with considerable experience under his belt…and now a skilled Uechi student.My best, as always Marcus. My distant clansman!Hi Van thanks for the kind comments, please if you post this on the forums pass my best to Jim Prouty good to see him around.
Here is a quote from one of my students that is a traditionalist karate-ka having trained with me for over 20 years; he received his shodan while in Okinawa at the Jundokan and a few years later when assigned there again by the USMAC received Shodan grades by Seikichi Odo and has since branched off training BJJ with Saulo Riberio in VA. He trains Judo w/ my Sensei Noriyasu Kudo when in the New England Area which is every other month.
He teaches daily for several hours teaching the USMC MCMAP program and again teaches each night on base at Camp Lejeune. His fights now are more in the NAGA events rather than MMA fights.Darrick: What does a typical training session for you consist of?
Phillip: One and a half hours of cardio and abs in the morning - then three and a half hours of kickboxing, grappling, and MMA in the evening. I train five to six days a week.
Van Canna wrote:JP, my good friend, just one fabulous post...thank you...please give us more.
Kuma-de wrote:Van Canna wrote:JP, my good friend, just one fabulous post...thank you...please give us more.
Thanks Van, I have been receiving notes from the few blogs that I belong to and I owe an Israeli Goju-ka who trained with Chinen with me a post and also Victor Smith in NH is owed a post on his blog re: the withdrawing hands in our Tensho & Sanchin actually is grabbing the skin near the floating ribs and twisting and pulling. But, due to ''seniority'' you got my post first!!
Van Canna wrote:Thank you Bill. It is indeed interesting especially the comments on 'boredom' the silent killer.
By the information we have seen posted, it should be obvious that 'depth of knowledge' has many faces in ways applicable to martial arts prowess.
Stevie B wrote:Jim.. Are you speaking of Teruo Chinen Sensei?? He was with the Jundokan Goju Ryu system while I was there.. I'm thinking you are as I saw that you refered to Mr. Merriman as in Chuck?? Anyways, if you are still in contact with Teruo Sensei please let me know if he is coming over.. I love this guy!!!He and I are sister styles but relate as brothers.. Especially after we were drinking Orion for a few hours together!! He would teach me bad Japanese language, and I would refresh him on the finer points of American street slang until Kiyohide told me to shut up..
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