Combat Conditioning and A Challenge

The video below is a brand new combat conditioning circuit I put together for martial artists.  It will be especially good for my Buyu (warrior friends) training in Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu.  If you are ready to put your body, mind, and spirit to the test, this circuit is guaranteed to kick your conditioning into high gear.

Check it out and let me know what you think!

Also, make sure you watch the whole video – I have a challenge for you at the end!

Perform a dynamic warm-up

Set the timer for 20 minutes and go for AMRAP (as many rounds as possible).

1A) Kettlebell Snatches x 5/5

1B) Dive Rolls x 4

1C) Tire (or box) Jumps x 5

1D) Sledge Hammer Swings x 5/5

1E) Med Ball Power Overs x5

How does your combat conditioning stack up?  Drop me a comment below!

 

 

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Jon

Jon Haas is a certified Underground Strength Coach -Level 2, an ACE and FMS certified Personal Trainer, and has been involved in the martial arts for over 30 years. He has been training in the Budo Taijutsu warrior arts of the Bujinkan for more than 25 years and is currently ranked as a Kudan (9th degree black belt) under Jack Hoban Shidoshi. He is the founder of Warrior Fitness Training Systems and author of the book, Warrior Fitness: Conditioning for Martial Arts, as well as numerous other online training programs.

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Jon

Jon Haas is a certified Underground Strength Coach -Level 2, an ACE and FMS certified Personal Trainer, and has been involved in the martial arts for over 30 years. He has been training in the Budo Taijutsu warrior arts of the Bujinkan for more than 25 years and is currently ranked as a Kudan (9th degree black belt) under Jack Hoban Shidoshi. He is the founder of Warrior Fitness Training Systems and author of the book, Warrior Fitness: Conditioning for Martial Arts, as well as numerous other online training programs.

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