in judo? yeah of course. i have been competing since I was 11. i placed every nationals, and i also travelled around europe, and went to the US open one year. unfortunately, life got in the way and i had to stop competing. But I’m getting back into it and starting fresh next year :)
Hi! just wondering if you ever did competition
went to my first training in months. it felt good to be there, but it was hard to keep up. i didn’t give up, and i’m working on my cardio. i also found a little girl that is going to be my little minion. i’ve been working with her separately because i see something special in her. something that was a lot like me when I was her age. I’m going to continue working with her and making her a killing machine.
I’ve never seen a site like this…. You click on the body part you want to work on and it tells you easy exercises you can do at home! RE-BLOG.
my life = made
K it’s fully been decided. THIS. Is my inspiration. Jenna Marbles. She is one hot piece of ass and I want to be her.
This is what I’m doing over spring break!
6 Moves for Sexy Sundress Arms
- Arm Definer
- Balance Buffer
- Bow and Arrow
- Core Press
- Redefine Reach
- Supergirl Soar
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EFF THIS WORKOUT AND ALL IT STANDS FOR!
(yes, it kicked my axx!)
This is a circuit that my coach usually does at training camps, when it’s getting closer to important tournaments, such as nationals. We usually start off with only a couple sets, but as the tournament got closer, we got to about 7 sets in a row.
The goal here is to keep moving, doing it as fast as possible, while still doing it right. You want to do small movements, but very fast. Do each exercise for 30 seconds, with no rests in between each exercise.
- Burpees: Not a full burpee, you want to throw your feet out (not too far) with your hands on the ground, bring them back up and hit your hands to your shins. Small movements, very fast.
- High knees: keep your knees up, but do this very fast
- Side jump: keep both feet together and jump from side to side as fast as possible.
- Twist: Feet together, jump and twist, very fast
- Japanese push-ups: arms very close to the body, and do push-ups. not a full push-up. but very fast.
- Crunches: on your back, legs at a 90 degree angle in the air. small crunches, fast.
- Lumbar: on your stomach, hands off the ground, lift your shoulders up.
After you’re done your first set, take a 30 second - 1 minute break. Then try and do this exercise twice in a row without a break. Then take a break. Then try and do it three times in a row without a break. Work your way up.
Try and see how many sets you can do without taking a break in between! Remember to push yourself, but not to the point where you’re doing damage to your body. Good luck!