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Re: Self-Training Accountability?
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Thanks Ed that was very informative.

Posted on: 2010/3/1 0:08
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Breaking training news:

Back into 2x 20min skipping-rope sessions per week (for agility).

Moved to 4x6 pull-ups (less bulk, more power).

Moved to 4x20 push-ups (knuckles). Those karate guys are hard!

Replaced lunges with plyometrics (speed).

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I’m starting to solidify my training again.

My compulsion to throw myself at things and to take on too much tends to push me way too easily towards overtraining and injury. At 39 I’m well in to the “master athlete” category .............. read more

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This is very helpful and inspirational: than-you for sharing Duncan.

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Greetings everyone. I've been trying to figure out self-training for awhile now since its so hard to train nowadays with everyone's different schedules, having to travel and such.

Is practicing the San Shin and Kihon Happo movements as well as the Junan Taiso pretty much the best one can do on their own to train when no partners are available?

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Everything you listed plus bodyweight movement skills [crawling, climbing, jumping, handstands/walking] and lots of ukemi.

Everything you learn about yourself applies to to the majority of people you well meet in your lifetime.

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