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Haziq, what did you need guidance on, exactly?
This is some of the training that Kenichi gets into once he's gone beyond the Fundamentals at Ryouzanpaku. LEVEL ONE -Run 2.5 Miles (The same rules for the run from the Fundamental workout apply here) 4-6 Hours Later -50 Push...
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Footwork means practice moving as you would for combat, i.e.- closing the gap, dodging, and moving during combat.
So, yeah, I probably should have started with Luffy, but I was prompted to even start doing One Piece workouts by one of our readers: Rtardx on YouTube. This workout is actually developed mostly by him, I just modified it. S...
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Where can I find the Real Anime Training warm up?
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I don't often write on this blog, but I felt compelled to talk about this event. God be with all the victims' families.
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Alright and while I'm sleeping I have a extra request that I personally would enjoy would be a law training exercise but he or that I know of hasn't revealed it but I would enjoy that as well as other fans I'm sure if you can, thank you.
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Great for tendon pain and strengthening the hand and forearm! If you do a lot of grip training, this is a fantastic exercise to help prevent and remedy the tendon pain that can come with it. This is something you can do after...
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If you fail to read this, you must do 1,000 push-ups. 
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The latest episode of Tough Like the Toonz, a la JaxBlade!
In this episode of "Tough Like the Toonz,"  JaxBlade shows us the exercises he would do to get a body like Korra. The key here is not magical exercises, but simple exercises done with consistency and decent form. I don't norm...
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Gustavo, thank you so much for commenting and reading. Good luck in your upcoming fight!
Itagaki Manabu is fast. Really fast. When he really pushes himself in the ring, it's like everything else just slows down around him. He perceives his opponent moving in what is essentially slow motion. This workout is abo...
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+Matthew Wilkes You're very welcome!
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Matthew, I mean 20 pounds.
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Which workout is best that I can do to develop speed and strength?
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Vignesh, this workout is for the legs, abs, and general cardio.  
Natsu Dragneel is a Dragon Slayer. A Dragon Slayer. Meaning he kills dragons. Well, to be fair, he hasn't actually killed a dragon yet. He was just taught Dragon Slaying Magic from his Dragon foster father, Igneel. He has a m...
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What is league of shadows?
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its really tough I dont know how to do this in one day
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Rock Lee: The Self-Imposed Rule
Rock Lee pushes himself to new levels of intensity with the concept of the "self-imposed rule."  The idea is this: if you are unable to complete a certain exercise or challenge as intended, you then force yourself to complete another exercise, not as punish...
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Get out there and MINE some stuff!
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I'm a martial artist, fitness enthusiast, ACE Certified Personal Trainer, and the author of Real Anime Training. I'm always looking for new ways to challenge myself and my ultimate goals are to spread knowledge about fitness and martial arts and to become a professional athlete. 
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Author of Real Anime Training, Amateur MMA Experience, BA in Philosophy from the University of South Carolina
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  • Hillcrest High School
    2000 - 2004
  • University of South Carolina
    Philosophy, 2004 - 2008
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I have attended a couple of basic Karate classes and a Kickboxing class and was pleased with the content and intensity of the class. The basic class was set up in such a fashion as to be match the level of the participant and the Kickboxing class was very concerned with the safety of those involved, which I was happy to see. Many classes I've attended would just throw people into hard sparring without any preparation or without proper gear. That was not the case here, as those without proper gear still received training, but catered to what they were able to do. For instance, I did not have headgear or shin guards with me, so I was limited to punching and only receiving hits to the body. The instructors I have had contact with seem to be well-trained and proficient at teaching and, in general, seem excited to be teaching and martial arts as a whole. I intend to train here a great deal more in the future. If you're in the area of Greenville or Spartanburg, SC, I'd recommend you give it a try!
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I have attended a couple of basic Karate classes and a Kickboxing class and was pleased with the content and intensity of the class. The basic class was set up in such a fashion as to be match the level of the participant and the Kickboxing class was very concerned with the safety of those involved, which I was happy to see. Many classes I've attended would just throw people into hard sparring without any preparation or without proper gear. That was not the case here, as those without proper gear still received training, but catered to what they were able to do. For instance, I did not have headgear or shin guards with me, so I was limited to punching and only receiving hits to the body. The instructors I have had contact with seem to be well-trained and proficient at teaching and, in general, seem excited to be teaching and martial arts as a whole. I intend to train here a great deal more in the future. If you're in the area of Greenville or Spartanburg, SC, I'd recommend you give it a try!
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