Your abs will hurt because kiting is a sport that uses your core muscles and not specifically because you are doing lots of jumps. Kiting is basically one big sit up and improving core strength will help with endurance aswell as improving your stance which will also help reduce fatigue.Eduardo wrote:If your abs are hurting you are probably a big air junky doing board grabs which basically means lifting your legs with the weight of the board. sit ups will not get enough ab strength for that as you need to lift beyond body weight. do leg lifts & 20 variations & lots of weighted ab exercises. also the jumping move is rapid ('explosive' in gym terms) so forget slow steady and think of a power move. think about what good session would be: 100-200 jumps? So can you do a similar set of weighted explosive ab moves in the gym? Also, cardio is probably not going to help. yes your heart rate is up kiting but I've never felt that to be the limiting factor.
Cameltoe!!!cleepa wrote:I hear many kiters find this style of training very helpful:
It would be wise to be in at least a basic level of fitness condition, before you start with Tabata system...John-B wrote:or go old school and do some proper burpees – what’s more do them Tabata http://tabatatraining.org/ style
He does - he goes to the gym and I did say seek advice from someone who knows how to do 'proper' liftingCasa Cohiba wrote:It would be wise to be in at least a basic level of fitness condition, before you start with Tabata system...John-B wrote:or go old school and do some proper burpees – what’s more do them Tabata http://tabatatraining.org/ style
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