Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Kiichi's Iron Kiba Training A

This is most of the training that Kiichi did to prepare to face "Iron" Kiba in the stead of his father, after he is injured in a car accident. Some of his previous opponents and friends come to help him train for this match. The training contains power, endurance, and skill.


Kiichi's Iron Kiba Training- Workout A

LEVEL ONE

  1. Power-chan #1- 3 x 3 Minute Rounds
  2. No-hands Bull Riding- 3 x 1 Minute Rounds
  3. Continuous Sparring- 20 Minutes
  4. Continuous Grappling- 20 Submissions
  5. Run- 30 Minutes
LEVEL TWO
  1. Power-chan #1- 5 x 3 Minute Rounds
  2. No-hands Bull Riding- 3 x 2 Minute Rounds
  3. Continuous Sparring- 20 Minutes
  4. Continuous Grappling- 20 Submissions
  5. Run- 40 Minutes
LEVEL THREE
  1. Power-chan #1- 5 x 5 Minute Rounds
  2. No-hands Bull Riding- 4 x 2 Minute Rounds
  3. Continuous Sparring- 20 Minutes
  4. Continuous Grappling- 20 Submissions
  5. Run- 50 Minutes
LEVEL FOUR
  1. Power-chan #1- 5 x 5 Minute Rounds
  2. No-hands Bull Riding- 5 x 2 Minute Rounds
  3. Continuous Sparring- 20 Minutes
  4. Continuous Grappling- 20 Submissions
  5. Run- 60 Minutes

Notes: 
  • This workout will require some equipment. Some of it is relatively expensive, so this may be one of those workouts you rarely get to do. 
  • Power-chan #1 is an apparatus created by Kiichi's father to help him train. It is a series of springs attached to Kiichi's limbs and body and connected to the wall. This provides resistance for punches and kicks. But that's just the first part. There is a long heavybag about twenty feet away that he has to get to before he can actually throw any of those strikes. You would probably have to build something like this using bands, like from LifelineUSA, whose products I've mentioned previously.
  • No-hands Bull Riding is not to be done as it is in the manga. Kiichi actually used a real bull... yeah, don't do that. Instead, you can tie your arms and then use a mechanical bull to simulate the training. What you'll have to do is really squeeze your legs together, which will build stability, leg strength and the ability to stay on a squirming opponent. If you can find a mechanical bull, start slow and please have large mats around to catch you when (notice I didn't say if) you fall. 
  • For continuous sparring, you may do any kind of sparring you like, but do not stop for 20 whole minutes. As this gets easier, you can up the intensity of the spar or add more people. Whatever you'd like to do. 
  • For continuous grappling, it is not twenty total submission, but the first one to twenty submissions. These do not have to be in a row, mind you. 
  • This final run is a continuous, even pace. You won't add any sprints in here. The main purpose of this run is to build muscular endurance after all the other training. The low-end aerobic cardio is just a plus.
  • If you wish to do this workout, but lack the necessary equipment, please feel free to modify it as you see fit. 

That's all for today. Until next time, good luck and train hard!
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