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Re: Party's Over!
« Reply #1035 on: August 09, 2020, 04:04:21 am »
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Re: Party's Over!
« Reply #1036 on: August 11, 2020, 09:21:42 am »
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I said a few months ago that I wanted to start boxing. Unfortunately my achilles is not getting any better and because boxing involves a lot of endurance and footwork I've decided not to pursue it. However, I have chosen to start another sport- Judo. I had my first training session today and it was pretty cool. I can't remember any of the names of the techniques but I learnt how to fall sideways, front and backwards and also learnt a couple of cool throws and chokes with 1 on 1 training for 90 minutes. I think I pulled up fairly well but we'll see tomorrow. I plan on going back on Thursday for my 2nd session. At this gym they train on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Chin Ups-
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Re: Party's Over!
« Reply #1037 on: August 11, 2020, 02:13:11 pm »
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semi-retiring from rugby because of recurrent injuries, taking up a possibly even more violent sport as a replacement...  :ninja:
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Re: Party's Over!
« Reply #1038 on: August 12, 2020, 03:12:24 am »
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I said a few months ago that I wanted to start boxing. Unfortunately my achilles is not getting any better and because boxing involves a lot of endurance and footwork I've decided not to pursue it. However, I have chosen to start another sport- Judo. I had my first training session today and it was pretty cool. I can't remember any of the names of the techniques but I learnt how to fall sideways, front and backwards and also learnt a couple of cool throws and chokes with 1 on 1 training for 90 minutes. I think I pulled up fairly well but we'll see tomorrow. I plan on going back on Thursday for my 2nd session. At this gym they train on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Chin Ups-
7,7,6,6

Pull Ups-
4,4,3,3

Nice! Judo is badass.

Once you learn the techniques you will find your strength a huge advantage. By chance I actually came across this a little while back which I thought was interesting.

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Re: Party's Over!
« Reply #1039 on: August 12, 2020, 11:30:18 am »
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semi-retiring from rugby because of recurrent injuries, taking up a possibly even more violent sport as a replacement...  :ninja:

haha I miss rugby but I've found a replacement  ;D
I actually pulled up feeling good today so that was pleasing.
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Re: Party's Over!
« Reply #1040 on: August 12, 2020, 11:34:42 am »
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I said a few months ago that I wanted to start boxing. Unfortunately my achilles is not getting any better and because boxing involves a lot of endurance and footwork I've decided not to pursue it. However, I have chosen to start another sport- Judo. I had my first training session today and it was pretty cool. I can't remember any of the names of the techniques but I learnt how to fall sideways, front and backwards and also learnt a couple of cool throws and chokes with 1 on 1 training for 90 minutes. I think I pulled up fairly well but we'll see tomorrow. I plan on going back on Thursday for my 2nd session. At this gym they train on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Chin Ups-
7,7,6,6

Pull Ups-
4,4,3,3

Nice! Judo is badass.

Once you learn the techniques you will find your strength a huge advantage. By chance I actually came across this a little while back which I thought was interesting.



That's a cool chart. I'm planning to be in the -90kg division. Currently I'm Regional for Bench, Squat and Deadlift. I should be National for Bench and Deadlift in a few months.
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Re: Party's Over!
« Reply #1041 on: August 12, 2020, 11:35:59 am »
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Re: Party's Over!
« Reply #1042 on: August 12, 2020, 09:43:24 pm »
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I said a few months ago that I wanted to start boxing. Unfortunately my achilles is not getting any better and because boxing involves a lot of endurance and footwork I've decided not to pursue it. However, I have chosen to start another sport- Judo. I had my first training session today and it was pretty cool. I can't remember any of the names of the techniques but I learnt how to fall sideways, front and backwards and also learnt a couple of cool throws and chokes with 1 on 1 training for 90 minutes. I think I pulled up fairly well but we'll see tomorrow. I plan on going back on Thursday for my 2nd session. At this gym they train on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Chin Ups-
7,7,6,6

Pull Ups-
4,4,3,3

Nice! Judo is badass.

Once you learn the techniques you will find your strength a huge advantage. By chance I actually came across this a little while back which I thought was interesting.



That's a cool chart. I'm planning to be in the -90kg division. Currently I'm Regional for Bench, Squat and Deadlift. I should be National for Bench and Deadlift in a few months.

Nice. How did you find your strength compared to the other guys in your first session?

Also, we need to get the Adarq martial arts squad up and running.
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Re: Party's Over!
« Reply #1043 on: August 13, 2020, 09:19:36 am »
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I said a few months ago that I wanted to start boxing. Unfortunately my achilles is not getting any better and because boxing involves a lot of endurance and footwork I've decided not to pursue it. However, I have chosen to start another sport- Judo. I had my first training session today and it was pretty cool. I can't remember any of the names of the techniques but I learnt how to fall sideways, front and backwards and also learnt a couple of cool throws and chokes with 1 on 1 training for 90 minutes. I think I pulled up fairly well but we'll see tomorrow. I plan on going back on Thursday for my 2nd session. At this gym they train on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Chin Ups-
7,7,6,6

Pull Ups-
4,4,3,3

Nice! Judo is badass.

Once you learn the techniques you will find your strength a huge advantage. By chance I actually came across this a little while back which I thought was interesting.



That's a cool chart. I'm planning to be in the -90kg division. Currently I'm Regional for Bench, Squat and Deadlift. I should be National for Bench and Deadlift in a few months.

Nice. How did you find your strength compared to the other guys in your first session?

Also, we need to get the Adarq martial arts squad up and running.

In my first session I was just learning some of the fall techniques and a couple of basic throws and chokes working individually with one of the instructors. I don't think he was putting in much resistance against my throws because it was just working on the technique. Vice versa when he did throws on me I didn't resist much and just focused on falling to the ground with the correct technique.

I had my second session today and worked in with the group today but we didn't do any throws or much stand-up. It was mainly ground based for the whole 90 minutes. On Tuesday I wasn’t paying much attention to what the group was doing but I think Tuesday was dedicated to stand up and throws so maybe Thursdays are their ground nights but it’s too early to tell and I didn’t ask.

Anyway with the ground work I felt like when I was on top they struggled to get me off, but it was just awkward because I don’t know what to do apart from that one move I got shown on Tuesday. When I was on my back I was fucked though. We did these 3-minute drills where you would start facing each other on your knees and wrestle. After 3 minutes we’d get 30 seconds rest and move onto the next person. I’m used to that because we did that in rugby but not for 3 minutes! I think it was only the 2nd person and I was already soo gassed from the 1st person I couldn’t get anyone off when I was on my back. I remember looking up at the clock on the 2nd person and I was on my back struggling I thought it must be close to 3 minutes. Nah it was still 1:41 seconds to go so I just tapped so we could reset. The next 3 people after that I just had no energy so it wasn’t good.

Prior to training I was planning to go to the gym and just do some bodyweight exercises but after training I felt drained. Next training is on Saturday. Hopefully it’s throws!
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Re: Party's Over!
« Reply #1044 on: August 13, 2020, 07:21:20 pm »
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In my first session I was just learning some of the fall techniques and a couple of basic throws and chokes working individually with one of the instructors. I don't think he was putting in much resistance against my throws because it was just working on the technique. Vice versa when he did throws on me I didn't resist much and just focused on falling to the ground with the correct technique.

I had my second session today and worked in with the group today but we didn't do any throws or much stand-up. It was mainly ground based for the whole 90 minutes. On Tuesday I wasn’t paying much attention to what the group was doing but I think Tuesday was dedicated to stand up and throws so maybe Thursdays are their ground nights but it’s too early to tell and I didn’t ask.

Anyway with the ground work I felt like when I was on top they struggled to get me off, but it was just awkward because I don’t know what to do apart from that one move I got shown on Tuesday. When I was on my back I was fucked though. We did these 3-minute drills where you would start facing each other on your knees and wrestle. After 3 minutes we’d get 30 seconds rest and move onto the next person. I’m used to that because we did that in rugby but not for 3 minutes! I think it was only the 2nd person and I was already soo gassed from the 1st person I couldn’t get anyone off when I was on my back. I remember looking up at the clock on the 2nd person and I was on my back struggling I thought it must be close to 3 minutes. Nah it was still 1:41 seconds to go so I just tapped so we could reset. The next 3 people after that I just had no energy so it wasn’t good.

Prior to training I was planning to go to the gym and just do some bodyweight exercises but after training I felt drained. Next training is on Saturday. Hopefully it’s throws!

That's awesome! I love that feeling of completely sucking at something. You'll get better so quickly mate.

Having said that, YouTube is your friend. There are so many great tutorials for Judo and Jiu Jitsu on there that you can really speed up your progress.
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Re: Party's Over!
« Reply #1045 on: August 15, 2020, 04:29:20 am »
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Thanks bro I had my 3rd session today. I learnt that on Tuesday and Thursday the sessions are Randori ( free practice) and Saturdays are Kata (technique/form). Today's session was really good and I bought my first Gi today. My body is slowly adapting. I've got carpet burn on my knee, a couple of small cuts on my fingers and even some cuts on my feet. I can also feel it in my core as well so I'm giving my muscles a good workout. After judo I had a quick gym session.

Seated Row Machine-
40x12
60x12
80x12
100x8
100x8
62.5x20

Chin Ups-
7,7,7

Pull Ups-
4,4,4

I had a rest day yesterday and tomorrow my plan is to go to the gym again and do some bench press.
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Re: Party's Over!
« Reply #1046 on: August 16, 2020, 09:52:02 pm »
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Thanks bro I had my 3rd session today. I learnt that on Tuesday and Thursday the sessions are Randori ( free practice) and Saturdays are Kata (technique/form). Today's session was really good and I bought my first Gi today. My body is slowly adapting. I've got carpet burn on my knee, a couple of small cuts on my fingers and even some cuts on my feet. I can also feel it in my core as well so I'm giving my muscles a good workout. After judo I had a quick gym session.

What's funny is the falling sucks to begin with but there comes a point where your body just deals with it and you almost don't even feel it. It's such a good place to be when that happens.
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Re: Party's Over!
« Reply #1047 on: August 17, 2020, 10:07:28 am »
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Bench-
barx12
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105x1
115x1
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32x8
34x6

Chin Ups-
12

Assisted Pull Ups (12kg)
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Re: Party's Over!
« Reply #1048 on: August 22, 2020, 01:12:08 am »
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I didn't do much lifting this week because of Judo. Apart from a rug burn on my right knee my body has been holding up well with Judo so far I trained on Tuesday, Thursday and this morning. After Judo this morning I went to the gym and had a quick session.

Trap Bar Deadlift-
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165x2
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Weighted Chin Ups (20kg)
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Chin Ups-
13

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Re: Party's Over!
« Reply #1049 on: August 29, 2020, 01:55:01 am »
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This week I did a couple of sessions of Judo. I'm enjoying it and learning some new moves each week so it's going well. In randori I'm usually able to get at least one Osota Gari take down. Unfortunately I came down with a cold/cough on Thursday night so I didn't go to Judo today due to being sick. I don't get sick that often but when I do get sick it always seem to be in August or September, which is when flu season peaks.
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