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6 Steps to have Professional Taekwondo Fighter Body

6 Steps to have Professional Taekwondo Fighter Body


Training as a taekwondo fighter can be a demanding physical and mental exercise and pro taekwondo fighters are physical and agile with superior muscle definition.


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In order to develop physical fitness, professional taekwondo fighters have to pursue a vigorous muscle building and training program. Such dynamic training would help them maintain stamina required to apply professional taekwondo preparation routine and engage in combat maneuvers.

Integrate strength and conditioning into your workout routine to get the body of a pro taekwondo fighter.


Step 1

Engage in specific cardiovascular exercise three to five days per week.

Plan at least 30 minutes for each session.

Pro taekwondo and mixed martial arts fighters engage in short bursts of cardiovascular activity or 30 to 40-minute sessions. It's not necessary to overdo it in cardio training because many drills and combinations include cardiovascular components. Jogging, bicycling and even a brisk walk are all good choices.


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Step 2

Perform strength training at least three days per week on the opposite days of your cardiovascular training. Strength training builds muscle, which provides additional power. Generate balance in your potency routine by splitting the time between working your upper and lower body. Opt for a variety of exercises in three sets of 12. Squats and lunges are good choices because they engage


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Step 3

Implement a specific workout regimen for your core. Your core is comprised of your upper and lowers abdominal muscles as well as the muscles on either side of your spine. A combination of standard sit-ups and crunches as well as those that work the tilted helps to build a well-rounded exercise routine.

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Step 4

Stretch before and after every workout or training session. Stretching in taekwondo should loosen muscles and increase range of motion. Professional taekwondo fighters are often able to kick at seemingly impossible speeds and heights. This is not magic; it's due to their flexibility and range of motion. Stretch after you warm up or after your cardio. Stretching before any activity or with "cold" muscles can cause injury. Stretch each part of your body slowly for at least five to 10 minutes. Many professional martial artists practice yoga as a more formal practice of stretching and strengthening their bodies.


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Step 5

Eat a balanced diet that contains minimal amounts of fat. If you consume 2,000 calories per day, you can consume 44 to 78 grams of total fat per day. Sticking to the lower end of this range and even lowering your fat intake to less than 44 grams per day prevents your body from accumulating unhealthy fat yet meets dietary needs for fat intake.


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Step 6

Increase your intake of protein to the maximum limit without exceeding your caloric intake. For example, if you consume 2,000 calories per day you can eat between 50 and 175 grams of protein per day. Aim to consume the upper limit of protein from healthy sources such as chicken breast or tuna; it keeps you full and provides your body with a solid energy source


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