is my workout decent?

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  1. hwarang

    hwarang Orange Belt

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    guys im not going to be amovie star and i realize that my highest hope was to own my own school one day, but thats not all im doing im hoping to be a fireman/emt because they work a few days a week and that would leave time for my martial arts school
     
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    i work on my techniques everyday right after school i go to the dojo
     
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    Glad to hear that. Keep up the good work.
     
  4. 47MartialMan

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    How foolish to dream and not realise the reality of some things.
     
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    OK....sound like a good plan.....best endeavors
     
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    thank you guys for your thoughts.. especially the one about a week off every month that sounds like itll work ill try it this month
     
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    I think what you need to do is open your and do your own research. Doing this may lead you to a paths that you have no first hand experienced but may seem interesting. Just from your postings it seems that you could have interests in physical therapy, coaching (PE Teacher) or emergency medicine.

    For your weight lifting education try reading Getting Stronger- Bill Pearl and the encyclopedia of weightlifting - A. Schwartzaneger

    On getting the most out of your body I'd suggest your local college book store and dive into the PE/Kinesology section. There is a ton of stuff on the cycles of the body, how it relates training/overtraing, rest/recovery and maximal performance. There is also a ton of empirical data on strength and range of motion for a human being stuff you need to know about if you really want help your students.

    Good Luck
     
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    1.) Yes, physical therapy or sports medicine is a grand start.

    2.) Great reference. Makes me want to check it out. thanks

    3.) Kinesology. A realtive of mine went into Sports Medicine after he was a health fitness instructor at a local Gold's Gym. He had very much knoweldge with the subject.

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