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 Post subject: Re: Mung-Korn's Muay Thai Blog
 Post Posted: Tue Jul 28, 2009 4:44 pm 
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February 12th

Last night I worked on my power technique... I spent about 2 and a half hours moving around the punch bag, kicking and punching it.

100 x Leg Kicks
100 x Hard Right Kicks
100 x Hard Left Kicks
100 x Hard Jabs
100 x Crosses
100 x Hooks

Not a great deal really, I just took my time and did each punch / kick as hard as I possibly could trying to get the technique down perfectly.

Kicks we try to bring up and then down like a whip, my kicks are feeling really, really good right now. Punches we try to really step them through and thrust full power into them. For Jabs I have been working on using the back (right) foot to push myself forwards as I jab (arm should be almost completely extended by time it lands) and stepping through.

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Friday 14th February

I turned up at the gym in a bad mood and hit some low kicks, some punches and some sparring for about an hour before going home pissed off and burying myself in a book called 'title shot' and hating the world.

4 x 5 minutes Punching Drills
4 x 5 minutes Leg Kick Drills
3 x 3 minutes HARD Sparring


Saturday 15th February


HARD Jab
HARD Cross
HARD Cross-Mexican Hook
HARD Cross-Mexican Hook-Leg Kick

After 30 minute of HARD pad drills where I felt like my arms were gonna drop off Bas told me that we were going to do weights, I felt like crying... I hate weights as people who regularly read my blog know. I'm a tall, skinny fuck... not built for it at all and I like my weight as it is, but I got told I need to hit harder... fuck.

3 x 5 70kg bench press
I think Bas forgot I weigh 62kg here... It was torture and he had to help me quite a bit.
1 x 10 40kg bench press
This was much harder than it usually is... I was meant to do 20 I think also... whoops.
1 x max reps with just bar bench press
I did 40 and by the last 5 my arms were ready to drop off
50 x Jab-Cross really fast
Soon as weights finished I had to do 50 x jab-cross really fast

Back to technique:
Working on Knee to stomach
Working on Switch Knee to stomach
Working on Knee to head
Working on Switch Knee to head
Working on Jumping Knee into the mid section whilst opponent against ropes

Body Weight Conditioning
5 minutes skipping
150 sit ups (Evil Dead, Side, Crunches)
2 x (50 x squat kicks) = 100 total

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February 27th 2009 I wrote this:
Aims for 2009:Win an area title...

December 12th 2009 I won The AFL's UK Mixed Martial Arts Bantamweight Title

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Cardio to try next week from Ricky Hatton:


"We also do an exercise that we call a 'bar bag', where we have a four foot high bar that we jump over for a minute. We then go straight back to the bag for a minute, back to the bar and so on. We do 12-15 rounds of them coming up to a fight, which is very hard indeed."

Bag bar: 3 minute rounds 1 minute breaks...
Ricky uses two pieces of equipmentfor this exercise the heavy bag and the bar a steel box channel with steel tripod legs at each end. The bar is about waist height off the ground and he starts by jumping overt the bar from side to side for one minute then goes to the heavy bag and punches for one minute then back to the bar for one min. Once he gets to the three minute mark he rests After a break for one minute and he repeats the sequence.

Aim:
Average joe fitness freak should aim for 25 jumps and about three rounds. Most pro's should be scoring around the 35-40 mark and doing 6-8 rounds in preperation for a similer number of rounds.

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Aims for 2009:Win an area title...

December 12th 2009 I won The AFL's UK Mixed Martial Arts Bantamweight Title

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 Post subject: Re: Mung-Korn's Muay Thai Blog
 Post Posted: Tue Jul 28, 2009 4:52 pm 
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February 16th

Good technical / Powerful day...

Skipping 3 x 3 minutes @ 30 seconds rest

Shadow Boxing 3 x 3 minutes @ 30 seconds rest

Bag Drills - 5 x 3 minute (60 seconds rest)
Not sure about you guys, but I get bored shitless doing freestyle bagwork, so I have decided that I need something to fix it. Here is a GREAT circuit I found and tested out today, it was absolutely brilliant.

Round 1
min 1 - Lead Hand (Jabs, Left Hooks, Lead Uppercuts)
min 2 - Jab & Cross Combos (1-2, 1-1-2, 1-2-1-2, 1-2-1-1)
min 3 - Free style combinations
Round 2
min 1 - Power Punches (Combo's as hard as possible)
min 2 - Outside work (constantly moving with 1-1-1 and pivots)
min 3 - Free style combinations
Round 3
min 1 - Free style combinations
min 2 - Lead Hand (Jabs, Left Hooks, Lead Uppercuts)
min 3 - 10 punch outs with 1 sec rest (13 sets)
Round 4
min 1 - Free style combinations
min 2 - Power Punches (Combo's as hard as possible)
min 3 - Jab & Cross Combos (1-2, 1-1-2, 1-2-1-2, 1-2-1-1)
Round 5
min 1 - Jab, Hook, Cross (1-3-2)
min 2 - Inside Drill (shoulder must remain touching bag)
min 3 - Free style combinations

Technique Drills:

All punches/kicks must be thrown as technically sound and as hard as possible, each punch/kick should be with pure power and perfect form.

100 x HARD Right Kick
30 x HARD Jab
30 x HARD Cross
30 x HARD Hook
30 x HARD Left Uppercut
30 x HARD Right Uppercut
30 x Left Kick
30 x Right Kick
30 x Alternate Push Kicks
30 x Front Push Kick - Rear Round Kick
30 x Switch Round Kick - Round Kick


February 17th

My legs were killing me today, just touching my thighs hurt from the barrage of leg kicks I ad received from a guy at 129kg to my 65kg :( MY punches are feeling pretty good though I guess.

10 minutes skipping
with last 10 seconds of each minute at sprint pace

2 hours of combo work:
HARD Jabs, Crosses and double Crosses
HARD Outside Leg Kicks
HARD Outside Rear Leg Kicks (both switch and penalty)
Inside Leg Kick - Jab
Jab - Cross - Round Kick into front of body (if opponent turns still gets their side)
Cross - Hook - Outside Leg Kick
Block Drills (maintain double block whilst slipping punches)

4 x 2 minute sparring
Phil, Kade, Gerry & Grahame

4 x 2 minute clinch wrestling
Phil, Kade, Chris, Ryan

5 x 1.5 intense pads
Hard & Basic punches with Bas

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Aims for 2009:Win an area title...

December 12th 2009 I won The AFL's UK Mixed Martial Arts Bantamweight Title

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 Post subject: Re: Mung-Korn's Muay Thai Blog
 Post Posted: Tue Jul 28, 2009 4:56 pm 
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[quote=Dan MT;3420568]Sounding good, is the high block just arms raised and a bit more forward?[/quote]

Had a few more people PM me asking for explanation so took some pictures:

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This is how you stand when just pacing the ring...

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When in puncing range or expecting a close shot you close up, but make sure the gap is big enough to see.

Works with Kicks also:

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And Hooks as long ad you bring your elbows slightly up and your hands further back

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There are two main weaknesses to this type of block... Number 1 is that you can close up too much and leave yourself open to leg kicks if you lean back or stand too straight:

Secondly if you leave your elbows too far apart you are open to an uppercut or knee to the jaw:

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December 12th 2009 I won The AFL's UK Mixed Martial Arts Bantamweight Title

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February 19th

10 minutes skipping - Last 10 seconds of each minute sprint pace
100 HARD Kicks Right
100 HARD Switch Kicks Left
8 x 2 minutes pad work
250 sit ups (5 x 50 evil dead, left, right, crunch, alternate touch toe)

February 21st

10 minutes skipping - Last 10 seconds of each minute sprint pace
3 x 3 Punch Outs 5ib, 2ib, 0ib
100 HARD Kicks Right
100 HARD Switch Kicks Left
100 HARD Push Kicks
100 HARD Front Kicks
6 x 3 Heavy Bag

February 23rd

Fighting on Saturday and I NEVER get nervous for fights... and I mean... I fought in Thailand against a guy with over 100 fights and I wasn't nervous... the guy I am fighting on Saturday is 2-1 and I am nervous as heck... Why? This is the first time I have fought within 200 miles of my home town... In fact I am fighting in my home town where all my friends, family and training partners are going to be watching!!!!!

3 x 2 minutes speed shadow boxing
3 x 5 minutes pads
3 x 5 minutes sparring drills
3 x 20 pec deck + 20 punches on pads
10 minute abs workout

1 hour Technique & Combinations:
HARD Jab
HARD Cross
1. Jab-Cross-Kick
2. Cross-Hook-Kick-Cross
3. Kick-Jab-Cross-Kick-Cross
4. Kick-Cross-Hook-Cross-Kick
4. Hook the lead arm out the way- Cross the un-guarded face
5. Jab-Jab-Step out 45 degrees-Cross

February 24th

Just did some reaction drills today... i.e. Kru

Attack Drills:
1. Jab-Cross-Kick
2. Cross-Hook-Kick
3. Kick-Jab-Cross-Kick
4. Kick-Cross-Hook-Kick

Block Drills:
1. Opponent Jabs - You double block & Slip
2. Opponent Crosses - You double block & Slip

Counter Drills:
1. Block High Kick with high block - Step in and Cross to face, Hook to face, Kick to body
2. Step off punches and attack when opponent is at an awkward angle

Not long left now!!!!!

Making weight...

Sucks... I been living the last 2 days on raison's, nut's and as little water as possible to make weight at 63kg today. Basically my theory is for same day weigh ins you should never try losing more than 2kg-4kg if you are under 70kg. I personally walk around at 67kg and fight at between 63kg and 64kg.

The stomach holds between 7ibs and 10ibs of 'waste' (3kg-5kg) and you can lose about 6ibs (3kg) of water weight in 24 hours through being careful with your water intake.

My theory is that you should try and limit your water but not too vastly. Just instead of 2litres the day before drink 1litre and rely on eating high calorie per gram food for 2 days.

Basically we all know that 100grams of vegetables might have 40calories in, where as 100grams of Chocolate may have 700calories in. When cutting weight you want to fill your stomach to kill hunger pains, but at the same time consume as little calories as possible. When making weight you want your stomach to weigh as little as possible, but give you as much energy as possible. Twenty four hours before the fight you don't worry about putting on fat/muscle, you worry about what's in your gut when you get on the scales.

Imagine you have a jet pack on... You are told an energy cell the size of a brick weighs a ton and will get you one mile. Now imagine you are given an energy cell the size of a marble and told it will get you ten miles... You will obviously choose the marble as it gives more energy and will not weigh you down.

Obviously this is just what works for me and everyone is different


Fight Report

Made weight and have done the fight... sadly ended in a draw.

It went alright, but it was just frustrating... the guy looked mean as hell, lol... I think he must do the same weights circuit as Arnie... because I thought I was fighting Sean Sherk for a minute!!! Built lad!!!

He was shorter than me, total inside fighter and literally everytime I threw a jab he would slip, come under and hold me round my waist ... then threw hooks (which did nothing) until we broke. Then I would try a combo, and he would come under again and grab my waist again... basically that happened over and over again.

I thought I might have finished it early on, I landed a jumping round kick and followed up with a hook that missed his head by about 2 inches... But the way he fought made him look a lot better than he was and made me look a lot worse than I was.

It was also much, much harder adapting to kickboxing after having fought Thai/K-1 for so long because if someone clinches me usually I like it because my knees and elbows are pretty good... this time I got warned 3 times for pulling his head down (almost knee'd him once!!!) and got told if I did it again they would take a point...

I didn't show what I could have shown, but still got a draw... When you have your worst showing and still don't lose it's surely a good sign...

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Aims for 2009:Win an area title...

December 12th 2009 I won The AFL's UK Mixed Martial Arts Bantamweight Title

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Monday 2nd March

15 minutes practising Jab, Cross and Jab-Cross
3 x 2 minutes skipping
3 x 2 minutes bag work
3 x 2 minutes reaction pads
3 x 2 minutes pad / wrestling drills
6 x 2 minutes sparring
200 x sit ups


Wednesday 4th March

10 minutes skipping with last 10 minutes being fast
10 minutes bag work
30 minutes leg kick technique
05 minutes quick shadow box/squat/press ups/abs circuit



Thurssday 5th March

5 minutes skipping

Bag Drills - 16 x 3 minute (60 seconds rest)
Not sure about you guys, but I get bored shitless doing freestyle bagwork, so I have decided that I need something to fix it. Here is a GREAT circuit I found and tested out today, it was absolutely brilliant.

Round 1
min 1 - Lead Hand (Jabs, Left Hooks, Lead Uppercuts)
min 2 - Jab & Cross Combos (1-2, 1-1-2, 1-2-1-2, 1-2-1-1)
min 3 - Free style combinations
Round 2
min 1 - Power Punches (Combo's as hard as possible)
min 2 - Outside work (constantly moving with 1-1-1 and pivots)
min 3 - Free style combinations
Round 3
min 1 - Free style combinations
min 2 - Lead Hand (Jabs, Left Hooks, Lead Uppercuts)
min 3 - 10 punch outs with 1 sec rest (13 sets)
Round 4
min 1 - Free style combinations
min 2 - Power Punches (Combo's as hard as possible)
min 3 - Jab & Cross Combos (1-2, 1-1-2, 1-2-1-2, 1-2-1-1)
Round 5
min 1 - Jab, Hook, Cross (1-3-2)
min 2 - Inside Drill (shoulder must remain touching bag)
min 3 - Free style combinations
Round 6
Right Round Kicks
Round 7
Left Round Kicks
Round 8
Alternating Push Kicks
Round 9
Knees both body and head height
Round 10
Front Teep Kick, Right Round Kick
Round 11
Rear Push Kick, Left Round Kick
Round 12
Outside Leg Kick
Round 13
Inside Leg Kick
Round 14
Hard Jabs
Hard Crosses
Round 15
Hard Jab-Cross
Round 16
Hard Hooks

220 Sit Ups


Friday 6th March

Weights today... Everyone knows how much I hate weights.

Skipping - 10 minutes, last 10 seconds of each minute flat out pace

4 x 3 - 20KG - One Arm Dumbbell Clean & Press (each arm)
4 x 4 - 20KG - One Arm Snatch (each arm)
3 x 5 - 130KG - Squat
3 x 5 - 75KG - Leg Extention
5 x 5 - B.W. - Pull Ups

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February 27th 2009 I wrote this:
Aims for 2009:Win an area title...

December 12th 2009 I won The AFL's UK Mixed Martial Arts Bantamweight Title

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Sunday 8th March

Wow, legs are still sore (about 37 hours ago I did weights - lol)

5 x 3 - High Pace Shadow Boxing
3 x 3 - Defensive Drills - Slipping/Double Block/Elbow Block
5 x 3 - High Paced and Powerful Bag Work

a drill I am quite liking is 30 seconds of boxing on the bag as normal and then 30 seconds of ramming the bag into the wall as hard as possible whilst alternating which side of the bag your shoulder is on. Hard to explain, so maybe I will film it for anyone interested.


Monday 9th March - Fuckity Fuck Fuck... Conditioning

3 x 3 skipping

3 x 5 minute circuit
Min 1 - Heavy Bag, consistent punches
Min 2 - Heavy bag cleans
Min 3 - Burpees
Min 4 - Partner kicks - you and partner kick bag as hard and fast as possible alternatively
Min 5 - Lateral Jumps over large heavy bag (!you will really struggle with this!)

8 x 3 minutes inside based drills
Round 1 - Your partner body shots you, you can only move
Round 2 - Your partner covers and you try to hit them
Round 3 - Your partner runs at you, you have to push them away
Round 4 - Your partner tries to hold you, you try to jab them as they come in
Round 5 - You work on body shotting / head hooking your partner
Round 6 - You work on covering whilst your opponent hits you
Round 7 - You go into your opponent, put your head on their chest and launch as many shots as possible before they push you away
Round 8 - You try to get into your partner, coming under their jab

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Aims for 2009:Win an area title...

December 12th 2009 I won The AFL's UK Mixed Martial Arts Bantamweight Title

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March 10th

Skipping - 10 minutes

Shadow Boxing - 3 x 3 minutes
Round 1 - Punching and rapid movement
Round 2 - Three Punch Combo's followed by a knee
Round 3 - Just Round Kicks, Crescent Kicks, Push Kicks, Knees

Pad Work
Jab - Round Kick x 10
Cross - Switch Kick x 10
Cross - Hook - Round Kick x 10
Jab - Cross - Switch Kick x 10
Jab - Cross - Body Hook - Outside Leg Kick x 10
Inside Leg Kick - Cross (as landing) - Hook - Outside Leg Kick x 10

Bag Work - 10 minute
1 Minute Punches , 1 Minute Kicks - VERY high pace

3 x 3 Minutes Skipping

10 x 3 Minute Rounds Bag Work
Round 1
min 1 - Lead Hand (Jabs, Left Hooks, Lead Uppercuts)
min 2 - Jab & Cross Combos (1-2, 1-1-2, 1-2-1-2, 1-2-1-1)
min 3 - Free style combinations
Round 2
min 1 - Power Punches (Combo's as hard as possible)
min 2 - Outside work (constantly moving with 1-1-1 and pivots)
min 3 - Free style combinations
Round 3
min 1 - Free style combinations
min 2 - Lead Hand (Jabs, Left Hooks, Lead Uppercuts)
min 3 - 10 punch outs with 1 sec rest (13 sets)
Round 4
min 1 - Free style combinations
min 2 - Power Punches (Combo's as hard as possible)
min 3 - Jab & Cross Combos (1-2, 1-1-2, 1-2-1-2, 1-2-1-1)
Round 5
min 1 - Jab, Hook, Cross (1-3-2)
min 2 - Inside Drill (shoulder must remain touching bag)
min 3 - Inside Drill (shoulder must remain touching bag)
Round 6
Right Round Kicks
Round 7
Alternating Push Kick
Round 8
Knees both body and head height
Round 9
Left Round Kicks
Round 10
Front Teep Kick x 10, Rear Push Kick x 10 (repeat)

Tabata - Punch Bag - Clean & Press
20 seconds lifting and pressing heavy punch bag, 10 seconds rest x 8
Tabata - Punch Outs
20 seconds straight punches, 10 seconds rest x 8

200 Sit Ups


March 11th

10 Minute Warm Up
2 x 2 minutes K-1 Sparring (Moderate Pace)
3 x 3 minutes K-1 Sparring (Very High Pace)



March 13th

10 minutes skipping

3 x 3 minutes : Working low kick-punch or punch-low kick combinations on bag

Partner Pads : Cross-Hook-Outside Leg Kick
Partner Pads : Cross-Body Hook-Outside Leg Kick
Partner Pads : Inside Leg Kick-Step & Cross-Hook-Outside Leg Kick
Partner Pads : Inside Leg Kick-Mid Right Kick
Partner Pads : Outside Leg Kick - Switch Mid Left Kick

3 minutes : Low Kick Sparring
3 minutes : I can only Low Kick, Partner can only Punch
3 minutes : I can only Punch, Partner can only Low Kick

Flow Drills : 4 punch/kick combos that must be left-right-left right or right-left-right-left

200 Sit Ups : 50 Evil Dead, 50 Left Side, 50 Right Side, 30 Alternate Touch Toe, 20 Crunch


March 14th

10 minutes skipping

Bag Work
2 Minutes - Just Jab
2 Minutes - Just Cross
2 Minutes - Jab - Cross
2 Minutes - Jab - Jab - Cross AND Jab - Cross - Jab
2 Minutes - Hook
2 Minutes - Free Style
100 Round Kicks (Making sure top of shin goes into the bag)
100 Leg Kicks (Making sure top of shin goes into the bag)

Technique Work
Partner Pads : Cross-Hook-Outside Leg Kick
Partner Pads : Cross-Body Hook-Outside Leg Kick
Partner Pads : Inside Leg Kick-Step & Cross-Hook-Outside Leg Kick
Partner Pads : Inside Leg Kick-Mid Right Kick
Partner Pads : Outside Leg Kick - Switch Mid Left Kick
Partner Pads : Left Block-Left Switch Kick-Cross-Hook-Outside Leg Kick

Strength
3 x 1 - 150KG Squat (Just testing)

Yotube video of me training:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sl67IjfXwyM

March 16th

10 minutes skipping

Glove Combo's:
Low Kick Defence - Step back and Kick-Punch
Mid Kick Defence - Catch, throw (up or round) and kick
High Kick Defence - Lean back and Kick
Jab-Inside Kick-Cross-Outside Kick
Left Block-Left Kick-Cross-Hook-Low Kick

Sparring (about 10 minutes)


March 17th

10 minutes skipping, sprinting final 10 seconds of each minute

3 x 3 minutes boxing on pads/wrestling
45 seconds boxing/45 seconds wrestling
30 seconds boxing/30 seconds wrestling
30 seconds punch outs
30 seconds rest

3 x 3 minutes rapid shadow boxing (active recovery)

2 x 2 minutes jabbing whilst partner blocks - busy pace
2 x 2 minutes blocking whilst partner jabs - busy pace

2 x 2 minutes double & triple jabbing whilst partner blocks - busy pace
2 x 2 minutes blocking whilst partner double & triple jabs - busy pace

2 x 2 minutes jabbing & hooking whilst partner blocks - busy pace
2 x 2 minutes blocking whilst partner jabs & hooks- busy pace

2 x 2 minutes jabbing to body & head whilst partner blocks - busy pace
2 x 2 minutes blocking whilst partner jabs body & head- busy pace

2 x 2 minutes jab-cross-jab or jab-hook-cross whilst partner block - busy pace
2 x 2 minutes blocking jab-cross-jab or jab-hook-cross - busy pace

2 x 2 minutes jab-cross-jab or jab-hook-cross whilst partner block - busy pace
2 x 2 minutes blocking jab-cross-jab or jab-hook-cross - busy pace

3 x 2 minutes sparring just jabs (very busy pace)

Conditioning to finish
20 thai kicks (10 left leg/ 10 right)
20 push kicks alternating legs
20 Burpees

x 10 rounds


March 18th

5 minute run
10 minutes skipping

3 Minute Heavy bag rounds

Round 1:
1st Minute - Just Jab
2nd Minute - Jab followed by kick
last 30 sec - As many jabs as possible

Round 2:
1st Minute - Just Crosses
2nd Minute - Crosses followed by kicks
last 30 sec - As many crosses as possible

Round 3:
1st Minute - Just lead hooks & lead uppercuts
2nd Minute - Hooks/Uppercuts followed by kicks
last 30 sec - As many left hooks as possible

Round 4:
1st Minute - Just rear hooks & lead uppercuts
2nd Minute - Hooks/Uppercuts followed by kicks
last 30 sec - As many right hooks as possible

Round 5:
1st Minute - Jab-Cross-Hook
2nd Minute - Jab-Cross-Hook followed by kicks
last 30 sec - Jab-Cross-Hook-Low Kick as fast as possible

Round 6:
1st Minute - Jab-Cross-Jab
2nd Minute - Jab-Hook-Cross
last 30 sec - Jab-Cross-Jab-Push Kick

Round 7:
1st Minute - Just Front Kicks
2nd Minute - Just Push Kicks
last 30 sec - Alternate Front & Push Kicks

Round 8:

3 Minutes - 3 Body Hooks - Push bag - Punch air as many times before it comes back - *REPEAT*

Round 9:
1st Minute - Block left - Right Round Kick
2nd Minute - Block Right - Left Round Kick

Round 10:
1st Minute - Front Kick - Right Round Kick
2nd Minute - Push Right - Left Round Kick

Round 11:
50 Fast Round Kicks Right
50 Fast Round Kicks Left
50 Hard Round Kicks Right
50 hard Round Kicks Left

200 Sit Ups - Evil Dead Sit Ups, Left Side Sit Ups, Right Side Sit Ups, Alternate Touch Toe Sit Ups, Crunches

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February 27th 2009 I wrote this:
Aims for 2009:Win an area title...

December 12th 2009 I won The AFL's UK Mixed Martial Arts Bantamweight Title

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March 19th

Wow.... really fucked up lesson today, really, really pushed everyone towards the end of the lesson and I left with a ton of bruises on my face, haha.

Skipping
10 Minutes

Heavy Bag Rounds
2 Minutes - Just - Jab and Double - Jab
2 Minutes - Jab - Cross and Cross - Jab
2 Minutes - Jab - Cross - Jab and Cross - Jab - Cross
2 Minutes - Left Uppercuts and Right Uppercuts
2 Minutes - Jab - Hook - Cross and Jab - Cross - Hook
2 Minutes - Hook - Cross - Hook and Cross - Hook - Cross

Sparring Drills
3 Minutes - Just Jabbing whilst partner Blocks
3 Minutes - Just blocking whilst partner Jabs
3 Minutes - Jab Sparring
3 Minutes - Jab Sparring
3 Minutes - Jab Sparring
3 Minutes - Attack with Cross - Hook and Hook - Cross
3 Minutes - Defend against Cross - Hook and Hook - Cross
3 Minutes - Attack with Cross - Hook - Cross and Hook - Cross - Hook
3 Minutes - Defend against Cross - Hook - Cross and Hook - Cross - Hook

3 x 3 Minutes Boxing on Pads/Wrestling
45 seconds boxing/45 seconds wrestling
30 seconds boxing/30 seconds wrestling
30 seconds punch outs
30 seconds rest

Sparring 3 x 3 Minutes
3 Minutes - (15 seconds Attack/15 seconds Defend) x 6

This was brutally hard, you threw everything you had into it for 15 seconds, whilst your opponent is only allowed to defend. After that they attack for 15 seconds and you just defend. It builds up and up and up, you get into a competition of who can land the most and hardest shots and literally by the end of the third 3 minute round it is like an old schools Mexican legends match...


March 21st

10 minutes skipping
6 x 3 minute bag rounds
Magic 50
5 x Right Arm Snatches, 5 x Left Arm Snatches, 5 x Right Arm Circles, 5 x Left Arm Circles, 10 x Burpes) x 5


March 22nd until April 11th

Was diagnosed as being anaemic (i.e. low iron count due to blood loss), which is sapping by energy and meaning I am very, very faint / dizzy / light headed / short of breath all the time...

Not the best way to train!!! I'm still trying to shadow box using my dumbells / bands and I'm thinking about getting a bag at home. But I don't think I'll see a gym for a while... here's to hoping though!!!

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February 27th 2009 I wrote this:
Aims for 2009:Win an area title...

December 12th 2009 I won The AFL's UK Mixed Martial Arts Bantamweight Title

Productive 2009... What to aim for in 2010? :)


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