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    I know next to nothing about knockdown karate...

    I know next to nothing about knockdown karate training - so I'll take your word for it.

    WRT Muay Thai I have definitely been told that the knees are a concern - especially if you're really ducking...
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    Karate to Muay Thai

    Mr. Gaska,
    This may be more than you were asking for, pardon me while I ramble: At the time of the switch, I held a black belt rank in Karate, and had been training in Shotokan as my primary...
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    Helly guys, long time no see. Harry's...

    Helly guys,
    long time no see. Harry's advice is most excellent.
    I think you'd also want to make sure most/all of your sparring uses the same rules and rounds structure. Esp. in the last...
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    reference to a reference

    I haven't read it myself, but am definitely interested: so I asked one of the regulars on another newsgroup that I follow - please find his response below.

    Reposted with permission from the...
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    Periodization and Martial Arts

    Hi,
    Periodization is something that I've seen/read about in a few different sports areas: runners, cyclists, powerlifters, swimmers.
    It looks like it might apply really well to the martial...
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    Re: bigger, better, broken?

    To quote myself...

    I meant, I would still do a variety of weight-lifting exercises, but stress one area.
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    bigger, better, broken?

    Great thread,
    I've been mostly guilty of overtraining (well according to my orthopoedist), and am currently trying to re-work my schedule. Overall this is roughly how it goes for me:
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    thanks

    Thank you guys for the info&article


    Cheers,
  9. Thread: Ouano

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    My school as a group: During sparring (free,...

    My school as a group:
    During sparring (free, 1,3,5-step, etc), We tend not to use gloves, opting for controlled shots. On the striking equipment (bags, pads, makiwara) we almost never use...
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    building and improving intestinal fortitude

    A part of me has always had this feeling that in order for a martial artist to practice their art with any credibility, they need to have experiences with violence and violent situations.
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  11. Thread: Steady Training

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    me three

    I wrote this up for my school and as a customer review on amazon. thought I'd post it here...

    Cheers,
    Enrique

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    With its plain yellow jacket and simple title, "Steady Training" by...
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