Sunday morning class, but also was a partner for core and extreme

In class, we worked on all of our katas. I did every one from Taikyoku Shodan to Gankaku. Afterwards, I was a partner during core and did exercises with them too since they needed the push. In extreme, we did 50 kicks (25 each leg) that I led, and also did all of my Shotokan drills with a teenage red belt that is taller than me. PT also.

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.

Sunday morning class and assisting with kids classes – and resuming PT

7 a.m. class, lots of kicks – my left knee/acl injury is starting to flare up again. After that, I helped with the kids classes – it’s a workout since I’m doing a lot of the exercises and drills with them. Also, I think I busted my little toe too. I was running with the kids, and my pinky toe smacked into the heel of one of the kids – now it’s all swollen and purple.