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Old 05-10-2012, 10:46 AM   #2051 (permalink)
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thats how asian kids practice muay thai and kickboxing. they go out from a young age and kick trees. It stimulates bone growth so their tibia and fibula are ridiculously solid.

Really been getting back into the gym much more regularly now that cricket season is over and my shoulder has healed. Not sure whether i should switch it up and do a more bodyweight/core/endurance centred routine or leave it as it is. Still need to get my goal of a sub 20 on my 1km row, 1km cycle, 1km cross trainer. Row and bike i can do in about 7:30 or so but trying to get through a km on the elliptical in less than 12:30 is so damn hard. Could do it if i dropped off the intensity of it but i don't see the point of doing that.

Yeah, usually they kick bamboo and banana trees to build it up. There is a video of Jon Fitch kicking down a tree in his backyard, it's pretty bad ass. But fuck I'd MUCH rather be punched in the face than kicked in the legs.
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Rather not get hit at all if i'm honest. I bruise pretty nicely, i don't bruise easy but when i do it is pretty nasty. Had so many great ones on my legs and chest from cricket, if i ever got a properly good leg kick it wouldn't be pretty. Only ever been in 1 tumble that i'd call a fight and that was with a mate who's also a pretty huge MMA fan. He actually did BJJ for little while so we started just grappling for fun and it slowly got more and more heated b/c the dirty cunt kept biting me. Think we had about 3 or 4 'rounds', he caught me with an armbar twice, and i tapped once b/c i couldn't take the bites I ended the night with a black eye, cut chin, blood over my shirt, and bruises up and down my arm/shouler. He had 2 black eyes and a grazed up forehead. Also bruised my elbow when i hit the carpet instead of his head. Kinda glad it didn't hit him or he'd have been fucked up
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Plus, with rolling BJJ you get a ton of cardio from that and I actually had my first muay thai session the other day so I plan on using that for cardio too. Just a word of advice: Leg kicks fucking hurt. A lot. Avoid them at all costs. I got dropped 3 times by them. I also have a tiny hole in my shin from kicking shit, you have to build up like a callous on your bones over time to make it so you don't hurt yourself while kicking.
I did BJJ for about 2 1/2 years, and 2 months of Mauy Thai. The fucking soccer kids killed in that class, because their shins were built up already. They get calcium deposits on the bones around there so they can start off kicking harder. Wait till you get shin splints and the instructor tries to massage your leg and rub them out (no homo, seriousness). Hurts like a bitch!

Like Rush said, 1.2 - 1.7 grams per lb of body weight. However, I am 190 lbs, and I am only getting in maybe 120 grams a day (at most!) and haven't noticed any strength lose whatsoever. I kind of half and half the whole USDA vs Athlete case study thing.
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I did BJJ for about 2 1/2 years, and 2 months of Mauy Thai. The fucking soccer kids killed in that class, because their shins were built up already. They get calcium deposits on the bones around there so they can start off kicking harder. Wait till you get shin splints and the instructor tries to massage your leg and rub them out (no homo, seriousness). Hurts like a bitch!

Like Rush said, 1.2 - 1.7 grams per lb of body weight. However, I am 190 lbs, and I am only getting in maybe 120 grams a day (at most!) and haven't noticed any strength lose whatsoever. I kind of half and half the whole USDA vs Athlete case study thing.
1.2-1.7 grams per kilogram 120 grams for 190 pounds is within ACSM guidelines.

Thats where a lot of confusion lies tbh, when people confuse lbs for kg and visa versa.
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1.2-1.7 grams per kilogram 120 grams for 190 pounds is within ACSM guidelines.

Thats where a lot of confusion lies tbh, when people confuse lbs for kg and visa versa.
SEE, shit's ridiculous. In Muscle and Fitness magazines though, they do say per lb. of body weight. That's why I always thought it was too much. why would they recommend grams for lbs. (metric to American?) and not grams to kilograms. Good thing I'm getting less.
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Old 05-14-2012, 08:04 PM   #2056 (permalink)
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So I think I broke my plateau. Was stuck at 176, but I recently weighed in at like 171.3 and just a few minutes ago at 172.8. Could be water weight, I don't know. Did I have a few cookie today, but didn't eat much else due to sleeping most of the day. Planned on doing a 3 mile run, but tapped at 2.6. Also did some abs.

But I want to get to 166 or so. I feel another 5lbs should do it. It's mainly my stomach I'm focusing on. Started at 196 so there's definitely progress, but not beach body ready. Definitely want to drops some extra lbs and then work on tightening my mid section up which I'm also doing now simultaneously.

I heard some suggest running not being the best cardio workout because it's stresses your legs. Any suggestions on what kind of workouts to do? I'm super dedicated to my workouts so lay it on me.
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Old 05-15-2012, 11:49 AM   #2057 (permalink)
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Thinking on going on dat dere clen for a while to get in better shape. Been eating pretty well for over 7-8 months preparing for this summer with a very clean bulk (only unhealthy thing I eat is white bread which I simply need for my food, fast food once per month max, no sweets or any really bad stuff at all) for the last months and working out 3-4 times a week ( intensely until total muscle exhaustion, no half assing around 15-21 sets depending on what I train) working every body part once a week except abs and sometimes legs which I did twice but still stuck at around 10% bf and finally want to get REALLY cut, around 6-7% so I'd wanna know if anyone used clen before. Would like to know if someone tried it in combo with a low carb diet. Eventual goal is to go down to 3-4%, but that's years away and not realistic right now, especially not without the cell tech considering I don't have that much muscle yet and don't want to look anorexic.
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Do some HIIT (high intensity interval training).

As walls said you need to mix up your routine to avoid getting used to the one routine. My latest goal is doing a triple k in under 20 mins. 1km row, 1km bike, 1km cross trainer. For me personally having goals like that motivates me. So while my overall goal is to lose weight, i have these other goals to keep me motivated.
I hear about HIIT frequently, what is it, exactly?

Starting my diet again, last time I lasted 8 months before I faltered.
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anyone else having trouble sticking to a weight loss diet plan? I do great for like 4 days, then binge and drink for 3 days straight and off set it completely. Can't help it.
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Old 05-22-2012, 08:38 AM   #2060 (permalink)
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I find eating well and working out works for me...
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