Even though I ain’t a MMA practitioner (just like many of this blog’s readers), I do acknowledge the practicality and efficiency of the Mixed Martial Arts specific training methods. The fact that they include techniques from various contact disciplines makes this style to be sought by more and more martial arts athletes (standing, ground training, etc.).
În scurt timp se va împli un an de când viața mea s-a schimbat. Un an în care am învățat foarte multe lucruri, dar cel mai important că „trebuie să ne îngrijim de ceea ce mâncăm la fel cum facem cu vestimentația ori comportamentul social, altfel nu vom ajunge vreodată să ne placă să conviețuim în propriile trupuri”, așa cum spunea partenerul meu de antrenament într-un articol precedent (click aici).
TIPOLOGIE ANTRENAMENT: HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) și Total Body Workout DURATĂ: 60 de minute ECHIPAMENTE: Bandă de alergare și gantere SCOP: Îmbunătățirea nivelului de fitness prin păstrarea frecvenței cardiace medii la nivelul de 85%, contribuind astfel la sporirea performanțelor sportive VALORI ENERGETICE: Aproximativ 800 kcal (referință: adult, sex masculin, greutate 65 kg) FITNESS IMPROVEMENT: 91%; FAT BURN: 9% FC MAXIMĂ: 185 bpm; FC MEDIE: 159 bpm
It’s no surprise that this blog, ignored by the people who depend on many decision-making issues, is very useful. I have no doubts, especially since I felt myself included among “some websites being operated on the Internet by karate groups in countries outside Japan, using the name Ashihara, and post information that seems to confuse NIKO with other groups” (the entire message of Hidenori Ashihara can be read here). When it will be understood that the “Ashihara family” doesn’t refer strictly to belonging to a single group, then we will certainly find ourselves on the right track.
Accordind to www.ashiharakai.org, International Association of Karate Ashiharakyokai (IAKA) is a separate and distinct structure started and developed by organizations and clubs, wishing to continue the way of late Kancho Hideyuki Ashihara. In a short space of time, IAKA has spread to many countries, being a high standard association with the intention to be kept harmonious and avoid political intrigues as much as possible. Therefore IAKA has a restrictive membership. To tell more about this organization, AK MASTERS blog interviewed 8th Dan black belt So-Shihan Yuri Egorov, master of sports in karate, the head of Federation of St. Petersburg (since 1995), member of the Technical Committee of the Russian Organization Ashihara-Karate (since 2001) and the Technical Director of the International Association Karate Ashiharakyokai, since 2004.