Haven't started yet today but will at 5:30pm 30 minutes aerobic training, 30 minutes strength training. 15 minute break then 70 minutes Wing Chun training, a 10 minute break then 70 minutes of Kali training with 5 - 3minute sparring rounds. Tues and Thurs. are my light nights. >)
Last night, 30 minutes strength training and then I taught a 1 hour youth class and a 1 hr. level 1 Muay Thai class. I then trained 1 hour Muay Thai with ten 3 minutes rounds after that class. I then taught a 70 minute grappling class and finished with a 2 mile run.
Running. Did a two mile warm up followed by some drills. Then did 16 * 400m with a 1 minute rest. I did it around the forest in the dark. Its great because after a few minutes my eyes adjust to the dark and I know there is nobody around for miles. Think it took about 1 1/2 hrs in total.
Did 1 hr 15 minutes of Ju Jutsu plus some stretching afterwards yesterday. Got a grading coming up so I spent some time on the relevant thechniques, especially Harai Goshi, Sukue Nage and Ko Uchi Gake.
No Karate training until next year, but I plan to practice Naifanchi a lot during christmas. Doesn`t need a lot of space for this so I can do it in my old bedroom at my parents.
About 45 minutes on kicks and pushups, and then another hour or so on scales and such on the piano A dark room with Christmas lights and a piano is just heaven to me :lol:
I won't get back to serious MA training until January, when my cracked rib will be right. I'm just doing maintenance work at the moment so I don't fall behind.
Today I tested so didn't do much workout other than testing for my green belt and the warm up I did before going (which was a mile run and lots of stretching) and the test was about an hour.
Usually I work out for about two to three hours a day on my own and attend classes twice a week. When I workout on my own I usually do a half mile to a mile run, a lot of stretching, every other day I do crunches and on the other days I do pushups. Then I run through all my forms and combinations and kempos and then pick one or two things to focus on and then just drill those over and over again. Then its a quarter mile run and stretching to cool down. Thats pretty much it.
when I train in muay thai and karate I usually take about an hour or more. but if I train in capoeira it takes more than 2 hours. I train everyday but I switch those three arts everyday. but it doesn't matter if you train 3 hours once a week, its more important if you train at least an hour everyday