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Fabhui
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Postby Fabhui » Fri Aug 31, 2007 4:37 pm

A minimum of 2 hrs up to a maximum of 4 hrs a day of intense training. If you're not pushing yourself then you could train for 10hrs a day and get no benefits.
I try and take sundays off as a rest day but usually end up doing some cardio work for between 1 and 2 hrs.

Fabhui
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Postby Fabhui » Mon Jun 15, 2009 10:20 pm

[Quote=J0shuaKane] are there any training exercises you all have to share? [/Quote]

I've cut down a lot on using weights (down to about 4 specific exercises with them now) and have been using motorcycle inner-tubes instead over the past several months and have had far superior results. Bearing in mind I am not trying to gain a good shape, muscle mass or anything like that. All of my supplemental training is to enhance my martial arts and fighting ability.

KeungKau
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Postby KeungKau » Mon Dec 09, 2013 12:55 pm

This was a good thread

Is anybody still active in any kind of discipline or training for fitness?

Pete Jr's 3sets of 100 Press ups & Sit ups is impressive.

One Chinese friend of mine 40+ years was in fantastic shape he had a wicked physique I asked him if he did any weights he said all he did was pull-ups , sit ups , Press ups , dips and bodyweight squats along with WTF taekwondo
and circuit training

Keung


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