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01-21-2012, 07:57 AM
 
Dyno,

You right about the knees and jumping rope. In my classroom lab I have one inch thick Zebra Puzzle mats I ordered some years ago. I've used them from everything from self-defense training to kneeling on for CPR training. They are 4 X 4. I wouldn't jump rope on any surface that didn't have some give. These mats are pretty stiff, but have enough give for jumping rope.

The puzzle mats have become very popular in the last few years for martial arts schools. The technology has advanced to where you have fairly stiff mats for kata and sparring, yet you can still take falls and do throws on them.

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1-21-2012

100 Tiger Stretch Pushups
100 Ninety Degree Leg Raises
100 Atlas Situps
26 Jack Knives
100 Tiger Bend Squats
50 Reverse Lunges each side
50 Alternate Toe Touches each side

Pullups 12, 10 ,8, 6, finished with 8 close grip, and 8 chins
supersetted with Atlas III pushups 6 X 30

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1-22-2012 Sunday

100 Tiger Stretch Pushups
50 Jack Knives
100 Ninety Degree Leg Raises
100 Atlas Situps
100 Tiger Bend Squats
50 Reverse Lunges each side
50 Alternate Toe Touches each side

34 minutes

Jump Rope 1000 times

15 minutes

Atlas I Pushups 5 X 50 supersetted with 10 different DSRs X 15 each side

32 minutes
 
 
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1-23-2012 Monday

It was cold and rainy, but I went out to the track all bundled up. 5 miles - 56:37

Slow, but holding. What is running hard for me, would be a jog to people built for running. However, the more I run, the better I get at it. It is all about consistancy. I also feel better after a hard run. Wind is very good. Right now I do nine 100 yard sprints into my run. I need to vary that some.

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Running in the rain, now that is what I call dedication, great job Greg.
 
 
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Thanks Dyno! I was really aggravated from work and wanted to blow off some steam. Nothing better for that than a hard run. I felt a lot better afterward.

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