peak conditioning for a fight

Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by Stewart Kwong, Jul 29, 2005.

  1. Stewart Kwong

    Stewart Kwong Yellow Belt Professional Fighter

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    i may be getting ready for a fight soon and although there are alot of good threads on how to increase ur cardio i was wondering if anyone here could give me an idea of how to peak for a fight. i've heard 2 diffrent things on the peak phase. 1 is that the intensity should be high but quantity short, but i've also heard that near the end u should be going light to not over exert yourself. can anyone give me anything specific on this? any info is highly appreciated.
     
  2. flyingknee16

    flyingknee16 Brown Belt

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    Yeah this is interesting, if anyone knows, let the future fighter know ^^

    ttt
     
  3. Q mystic

    Q mystic Silver Belt

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    You stop hi intensity/low volume approx 1-2 wks before the match and from there go fast but light. No fighting.:)
     
  4. Stewart Kwong

    Stewart Kwong Yellow Belt Professional Fighter

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    would i still be doing this light but fast 5-6 days a week or would it be like 3? and for cardio would i taper the amount of days or intensity as the fight day nears? thks in advance.
     
  5. Q mystic

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    Well I was in judo and for the last week we'd just do speed drills for entering throws, set-ups, subs etc. We'd take the last 2 days off prior to the comp. You can do it every day till the 2 off I suppose- being it is very light. Its not work. Its more just maintaining the sharp reflex and agility while making sure you're recovered fully for the comp.
     

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