Karate and Kickboxing

Two really good classes tonight. Also, Mr. Adams made us run around the entire perimeter of building a total of four times with exercises in between each lap – all of this after 45 minutes of kickboxing!

Karate and Kickboxing – When tired.

The night before, I was out late because I hosted a client event for work. Needless to say, I was pretty wiped out and only planned on doing Karate, but after getting there and getting my juices flowing (as well as seeing my peers), I stuck it out and felt pretty good afterwards!

During karate, we worked quite a bit on spinning crescent and jump spinning back for Nidan requirements.

After class, I also worked on my PT for me ACL.

Karate, Cardio Kickboxing, and PT

The usual plus the PT – it’s not hard, but it is time consuming. My Physical Therapist said that when that injury acts up, I need to resume my exercises and ice as a first line of defense. I was able to do classes just fine, but didn’t kick with full speed and power. I also had to take it easy on the squats. I did them, just a little slower.

Karate and Kickboxing

Back to the usual tonight… 5 p.m. karate followed by kickboxing. In karate we did a smaller version of what we did last night. I led exercised with 35 pushups, 70 squats, 70 sit-ups, 20 butt busters, 100 punches.

Black Belt Class – with a Black Belt Workout!

Tonight we did the following:

  1. 35 pushups
  2. 100 situps
  3. 25 chair dips
  4. 25 butt busters

We were supposed to repeat that three times, but the second and third time, Sensei lowered the situps to 60. On the second and third time, I was unable to do all of the pushups – I’ll have to work more on those.

After that, he had us run around the dojo a few times, duck walks, crab crawls, 3 x 1 minute intervals on the bag, 50 or 100 punches (I can’t remember), and then 50 kicks on each leg.

The rest of the time was spent on self defense against a gun and a knife.

Whew!