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It is physically correct with greater weight and muscle power you will definitely be having a greater impact while punching. The greater weight will have a greater momentum as soon as the muscles give you the speed the impact will be doubled. As, momentum=massxvelocity Muscle Power is more important than weight. As, heavier bodies are much more difficult ...


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Quote from your message: "The dojo is rife with injuries." Find a different dojo. Seriously. In this I agree with Sardathrion. In your reaction to him you state: "...but even the teachers are quite injured. It's the culture." All the more reason to leave and never go back there.


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First and foremost: The dojo is rife with injuries. [...] This should be ringing many alarm bells. This is a sign of a bad teacher and a Mc Dojo. Get out and never come back before it is too late! You only have one body and when it gets injured, it never fully recovers. Keep good care of it. Any dojo who state that you should "power through the ...


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The following is Kron Gracie's workout routine: I like to get outside, be in nature, jump in the ocean, so I do an hour run, a two-hour bike ride, or a 40-minute swim. I warm up with 100 pull-ups and 100 dips. Two days a week, instead of cardio I have a second two-hour jujitsu session. I do less weight training than people think. In the past ...


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Just start a strength and conditioning program normally. Aikido is far from the strenuous end of the activity spectrum, and genetically-average amateurs find the way to weight train alongside just about everything. Make a slight allowance for Aikido crowding out lifting time and recovery resources, but just do it. If injuries or immobile joints are in the ...



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