Bit Of Sparring From Today

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  1. Maccer

    Maccer Full Member

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    I would suggest one reason you are probably not getting as tired is that your adrenaline is not going crazy, you are nice and relaxed. First time I sparred someone I did not know my adrenaline rush was mental, was knackered after 30 secs.
     


  2. doink

    doink PhD in Bro Science Top Contributor

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    Anyone else find it takes a fucking lot longer to loosen up since you're carrying a bit more muscle? I always feel really tight to start off....

    Takes me a good hour to get warmed and limbered up, my movement isn't too bad once im there but fuck me, I'm a slow starter... Hips. Shoulders and obliques especially.
     
  3. darkside

    darkside Top Contributor

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    Yes it does take a while to loosen up fully, we did some bag work and really light sparring before these rounds. This was at 8am too so adds to the stiffness.
     
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    How do you find it on your elbows i found for the first couple of weeks they ached like a bitch.
     
  5. darkside

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    Elbows are fine, only thing it aggravates is my hand that has been badly damaged, but it's only a dull ache, nothing serious.
     
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    KitKat Strength Full Member

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    Some of the men I train with at Karate are ver heavy, but extremely fit!
     
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  7. Don

    Don Full Member

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    A good book to read and some great boxing circuits in there...
    Circuit Training ISBN 0-09-181329-8
     
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