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    I wanted to ask if anyone could give me some good idea's for a conditioning program other than jogging, wind sprints, push up's and crunch's. Got those covered, but I wanted to probe for some good idea's from anyone who might be willing to share some idea's. One thing I have figured out quickly in BJJ is that endurance is extremely vital.

    Respectfully!

  • #2
    Swimming.

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    • #3
      u could try skipping rope or riding a stationary biking, but if ur already doing jogging and wind sprints that should be more than enough .

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      • #4
        try GPP training

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        • #5
          Hi Chris,

          I'd try swimming as well. Great overall conditioning. You can get a board and try to flutter kick across the pool for a few laps (your legs will burn) but it will increase your endurance.

          The great thing about swimming is that you can do intervals and keep it anaerobic (blast your shoulders, arms and back!) or swim slow laps for cardio and endurance.

          Not sure what level of swimming you have, but if you can do the butterfly stroke it will work your entire body.

          Skipping rope is also good for stamina and cardio.

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          • #6
            yes. Swimming is definitly my favorite choice, but there are others. Mike taught me alot in one of the boxing threads If I can find it.

            Burpees are great for explosive power. Box jumps, and jumping in general.

            Find a flight of stairs and start jumping up them 2-3 steps at a time. Walk down the stairs backwards. If you have a flight of stairs at home, make it a habit to do this everytime you have to go upstairs.

            Also running backwards; one of the greatest ways to increase lower back and hamstring strength.
            If you have a circular track to run on; run forward one length, left-carioca down the side, backwards the next length, and right-carioca the other side. This will get your heart beating.

            There are many other random things you can do depending on where you live. Shovel snow, dig (the most exhausting thing a person can do), split wood (or hit a tire with a sledge-hammer).

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            • #7
              Check out this video clip of Phnom Yeerum, the star of Ong Bak. This dude does some crazy stuff.
              http://lesjeuneskhmers.free.fr/tony...nyjaa_reims.WMV

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              • #8
                My instuctor has us do a bit of running to which I compliment with a good bit of sprinting though I think what has helped me the most is rolling for long sessions.

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                • #9
                  What are box jumps?

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                  • #10
                    Scrapper has some great workouts.... http://www.trainforstrength.com/
                    check out:TAKU'S INTERVAL TRAINING

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Hdog
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