Need helping making a program

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Need helping making a program

Postby Dark-Angel » Jul 05, 2004 20:12

Well after reading the book, since english isnt my first language. im a little confused on how to make a program. Well as for strengh training i never know what day i can do it so that all ready one probleme there.

dynamique stretching every morning and night. at night a i do all ther other type of stretching "do i include isometrict stretching and relaxed stratching".

after a work out i do isometrict stretching and relaxed stretching.

what im aiming for is that soon i want to join a TKD classes. so will be doing stuff for my front and side splits and kicking stuff in the book. as for uper body not sure, some neck stuff, shoulder not sure what. and wanted to add some for flexibility of the spine but not to much, just enough so i can dodge hits by bending back ward while staying neer my oponent in order to grab him or just hit him in the chin :lol:
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Re: Need helping making a program

Postby mmeloon » Jul 06, 2004 19:32

Dark-Angel wrote:Well after reading the book, since english isnt my first language. im a little confused on how to make a program. Well as for strengh training i never know what day i can do it so that all ready one probleme there.


I'm not sure which book you are talking about. Science of Sports Training states that strength workouts should be done after technical ones. So plan to do your weights either right after your TKD class or the following day.

what im aiming for is that soon i want to join a TKD classes. so will be doing stuff for my front and side splits and kicking stuff in the book. as for uper body not sure, some neck stuff, shoulder not sure what. and wanted to add some for flexibility of the spine but not to much, just enough so i can dodge hits by bending back ward while staying neer my oponent in order to grab him or just hit him in the chin :lol:


Hmmm. Your defensive strategy is interesting. Keep in mind that if you bend over backwards to dodge a high kick to the head you are exposing your solar plexus and groin for your opponent's follow-up strike. Personally, I prefer to stand my ground and block any strikes against me or step/slide out of the way if I feel I cannot block it. Doing fancy contortions to dodge a strike puts you in a bad position to counterattack and/or defense against your opponent's follow-up strike.

-Mark
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Postby Dark-Angel » Jul 06, 2004 19:54

oups sorry for not telling what book, its stretching scientifically. as for what i said about dodging its for punch mostly, one coming from the left like that i dont expose to much of my body. look here, put a bit more detail what i tought of doing.
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