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    Fighting as a cardio workout

    I was wondering what would be the best fighting style to work on. I want to add some fighting oriented cardio into my cardio workout and was wondering what would be the best fighting style to suit this.

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    Can you keep your HR at the right level for a prolonged period?

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    Go to the sleaziest, dirtiest, biker bar you can find and go up to the biggest guy there and tell him you want to give him a dirty sanchez and make him your b!tch. I think if you do this 3 times a week, you should get in good shape in no time at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by se11
    I was wondering what would be the best fighting style to work on. I want to add some fighting oriented cardio into my cardio workout and was wondering what would be the best fighting style to suit this.
    Boxing, kickboxing or Muay Thai. In no particular order. But if you wish to compete your going to have to hit the pavement and put in the miles. conditioning is everything.

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    I do Muay Thai as cardio and it work fine for me.

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    No cardio no chance look at guys like Tank etc etc., you cn be strong as an ox but without cardio no chance.

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    well i don't want to compete. i would just like to know something and be familiar with something and mabye follow it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by se11
    well i don't want to compete. i would just like to know something and be familiar with something and mabye follow it.
    In that case you probably want something traditional with lots of pomp and ceremony, any idea's guys?.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOUNCER
    In that case you probably want something traditional with lots of pomp and ceremony, any idea's guys?.

    I did Tae Kwon Do many years ago, its lots good of kicks and Pomse(kata). Mayby that will do if you like kicking. Otherwise every martialart seems to be good cardioworkouts.

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