My head is still swimming with ideas about how I want/need to change up my training, it's funny, who knows if I'll be around in 10 years to test for my black belt at Tribull (well, i'm going to try my damndest, that's for sure), but i'll be ready for sure. I'm not a big fan of running, but you know, I'm actually in good enough shape that short runs(<5 miles) don't kill me that much at all. Of course, trying to do a 5 mile run followed by a 600 and 2 hours of drills and sparring ehhh...it's sorta like that Klingon ritual that's pretty much drinking, fighting, and sharing war stories. Except you are the war story, and there's no drinking until you recover the next day...
...followed by at least a week in the hot tub, maybe more...
Going into another busy time at work, so I may have to cut classes back a bit, but I'm going to try and stay on top of it as much as possible. Maybe cut back to two-a-nights twice a week until this next milestone pass, which isn't too long, just two weeks. Still gives me time to get back into it in time for the fights, I think? Gotta say I'm still super nervous after my last sparring session, but i'm getting my practice in so that's good. I like how sparring is treated as a drill and everyone has to do it instead of just sitting around waiting for your turn to go in. You don't train to sit on the bench, yeah?
- A1. Jumprope: 2x3min
- A2. Shadowbox: 2x1min
- L Jab, L Jab
- L Jab, L Jab, R Cross
- L Jab, R Cross, R Hook
- L Weave, L Hook, R Cross, L Hook
- R Weave, R Cross, L Hook, R Cross
- Takedown defense