Hi all, thank you for your interest. seems like more n more people are coming in. lets give ideas to make the training more structured as mentioned. anyone willing to lead?
I have a background in muaythai and have trained my friends in army before.
There are several ways we can go about training.
The most common way would be to start with warm up and stretching, then we'd start our first set and have everyone pair up to take turns holding pads for each other.
We'd then commence with a standard drill, e.g. 50 straights, 50 jabs, 20 kicks. Then we'd switch, the pad holder will do the drill. After that, we'd do 2-3 minutes of cardio, pushups and situps. This is 1 set.
We'd usually take 5-10 mins break in between sets.
After the break, we'd do a 2nd set.
We'd conclude the session with 3 rounds of 3 mins light sparring with the moves we learnt from the drills, and a brief cool down after that.
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, i;d be happy to help out
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