Checkhookboxing fighters training thread (boxers and all martial artists welcome)

Jun 8, 2012
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I think we need a CHB answer session for section 2 of their book.

You may be a lethal weapon, but you should always try to avoid a fight if you can. He may get lucky or you may be outnumbered. With this you will get...

- A proven way to deescalate almost any situation

- The number one places muggers try to corner you

- Signs that someone may attempt to assault or rob you

- Tips and tricks if you can't escape and can't win the fight
 
Jul 26, 2012
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Previously boxed. Now I do judo.

[MENTION=64]nufc_jay[/MENTION] the gay does kick boxing (self defence for girls)
 
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Dec 24, 2012
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I think we need a CHB answer session for section 2 of their book.

You may be a lethal weapon, but you should always try to avoid a fight if you can. He may get lucky or you may be outnumbered. With this you will get...

- A proven way to deescalate almost any situation

- The number one places muggers try to corner you

- Signs that someone may attempt to assault or rob you

- Tips and tricks if you can't escape and can't win the fight
Whattup partner - I'm the author of "Simple Street Fighting: The Ultimate Guide to Defending Yourself on the Street". I saw a call for an answer sesh :p
 
Nov 9, 2012
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Yo who's back in training? I weighed 64kg on Nov 24th, weighed myself last week, 70.4kg. not good, been training since monday. Finding it a little hard after all the sweets/beer/chocolate/sitting down doing fuckall.
 
Jul 26, 2012
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[MENTION=64]nufc_jay[/MENTION] How often do you train purely kickboxing and do you do extra work like gym or running on top?
 

nufc_jay

CHB Overlord
Jun 4, 2012
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Good old Sussex by the sea
[MENTION=64]nufc_jay[/MENTION] How often do you train purely kickboxing and do you do extra work like gym or running on top?
Kickboxing is 2.5 hours a night 4 nights a week and I run 4 miles along the seafront most nights with hill sprints built in (as I live at the top of a frigging great hill so I have no choice). I don't really go to the gym anymore as it's too expensive but I've got a bench with a EZ Bar, barbell, dumbells and a decent set of weigths so I do a bit with that. I don't try to get to big, muscles just heavy and slow and gasses, particularly on the legs, the quads are huge fucking muscles, you don't need big ones for kickboxing just quick, well trained ones. They tend to do the job
 
Jul 26, 2012
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Kickboxing is 2.5 hours a night 4 nights a week and I run 4 miles along the seafront most nights with hill sprints built in (as I live at the top of a frigging great hill so I have no choice). I don't really go to the gym anymore as it's too expensive but I've got a bench with a EZ Bar, barbell, dumbells and a decent set of weigths so I do a bit with that. I don't try to get to big, muscles just heavy and slow and gasses, particularly on the legs, the quads are huge fucking muscles, you don't need big ones for kickboxing just quick, well trained ones. They tend to do the job
Do you do stretching?
 

nufc_jay

CHB Overlord
Jun 4, 2012
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lol, well I have only really just started and its really helped me for recovery and technique and what on
Ah I see, yeah it will do, it's essential really, even when you're not training, stops everything getting tight and keeps the blood flowing through the muscles which aids recovery. The technique will come with stretching as well, it won't feel so "forced" when the flexibility comes