Patrick Smith's Training Log

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Patrick Smith's Training Log

Postby Patrick Smith » Jan 23, 2010 14:28

Hi, I'm trying to polish up my weekly training routine, and I'd appreciate any comments or suggestions that you have. Please be honest, even if it borders on harshness...

WIP Training Schedule

Monday


AM - Dynamic stretches
PM - Tae Kwon Do class (which includes dynamic stretches in the beginning and relaxed at the end)

Tuesday

AM - Dynamic stretches
PM - Strength workout

Rest 90 seconds between sets.

Lean push ups - 4 x 10
Wall handstand - 6 x 20s
Pull ups - 3 x 5
Chin ups - 3 x 5-10
Adductor Flies 3 sets of 100
Static round kick - 9 x 10s per leg (alternate between sets of 3)
Pistols - 2 x 5
Hamstring curls - 3 x 25
Glute ham raises 3 sets of 15 reps
L-sit tuck - 6 x 10s
Sit ups - 4 x 50
Hindu Squats - 5 x 25
Hindu push ups - 5 x 25

Isometric + relaxed stretches

Wednesday

AM - Dynamic stretches
PM - Technique practice + relaxed stretches

Thursday

AM - Dynamic stretches
PM - Tae Kwon Do class (which includes dynamic stretches in the beginning and relaxed at the end)

Friday (may be switched out with Saturday…)

AM - Dynamic stretches
PM - Kicking drills and tabata

Alternate legs between mini-sets. For example, in set 1 do 10 roundhouse kicks with the right leg and then 10 with the left, 10 more with the right leg, and so on.

Rest for 5-15 seconds at a time if you have to. Otherwise, progress through each major set without rest time. You may rest for up 60 seconds between major sets (for example, set 1 and set 2).

Set 1
Roundhouse kick - 3 x 10
Side kick - 3 x 10
Hook kick - 3 x 10
Front kick - 3 x 10
Total kicks: 240

Set 2
Double roundhouse kick - 3 x 10
Side kick, roundhouse kick - 3 x 10
Hook kick, roundhouse kick - 3 x 10
Double front kick - 3 x 10
Total kicks: 240

Set 3
Triple roundhouse kick - 3 x 10
Side kick, roundhouse kick, hook kick - 3 x 10
Front kick, double roundhouse kick - 3 x 10
Double roundhouse kick to mid, hook kick to head - 3 x 10
Total kicks: 240

Relaxed stretches

Saturday


AM - Dynamic stretches
PM - Strength workout

Lean push ups - 4 x 10
Wall handstand - 6 x 20s
Pull ups - 3 x 5
Chin ups - 3 x 5-10
Adductor Flies 3 sets of 100
Static round kick - 9 x 10s per leg (alternate between sets of 3)
Pistols - 2 x 5
Hamstring curls - 3 x 25
Glute ham raises 3 sets of 15 reps
L-sit tuck - 6 x 10s
Sit ups - 4 x 50
Hindu Squats - 5 x 25
Hindu push ups - 5 x 25

Isometric and relaxed stretches

Sunday

AM - Dynamic stretches
PM - Dynamic stretches and relaxed stretches
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Re: Patrick Smith's Training Log

Postby Patrick Smith » Jan 26, 2010 13:51

I can see why this forum is not highly populated. :lol: :mrgreen:

I'm redesigning my workout schedule since after rereading most of Thomas Kurz's articles I see many errors in it. I'll update this thread once I have finished.

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Re: Patrick Smith's Training Log

Postby CSta » Jan 26, 2010 14:33

Patrick Smith wrote:I'm redesigning my workout schedule since after rereading most of Thomas Kurz's articles I see many errors in it. I'll update this thread once I have finished.


Please do. Those articles are packed with info, aren't they? Too much to absorb on one reading. I think you'll find that posting your workouts will be worth the effort. Kurz has made helpful comments in response to my workout posts.
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Re: Patrick Smith's Training Log

Postby Patrick Smith » Jan 27, 2010 08:48

CSta wrote:
Patrick Smith wrote:I'm redesigning my workout schedule since after rereading most of Thomas Kurz's articles I see many errors in it. I'll update this thread once I have finished.


Please do. Those articles are packed with info, aren't they? Too much to absorb on one reading. I think you'll find that posting your workouts will be worth the effort. Kurz has made helpful comments in response to my workout posts.


Yes, his articles are so packed with information that I keep reading them over and over again and I learn something new every time.

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