When I'm at the stunt gym, I start with a 15-minute warm-up, which consists of a combination of dance and gymnastic stretches with light core strengthening activities. Then I hit the king-size trampoline for 10 minutes. The trampoline is a full-body workout, and it's good for your spacial awareness.
Next, I do three, five-minute rounds of focus mitts (boxing) to get my coordination and fight training cleaned. After boxing I go through all my kicks, five of each kick on each leg, with a kicking paddle or just in front of a mirror to watch my form. After all my kicking and punching, I go to the gymnastics floor, where I start drilling basic gymnastics and air kicks.
Once I'm completely warmed up and I've gotten through all my forms, I start doing kick/flip/punch combos. Or if I'm having an off day with my fights and I want to practice something new, I go and train parkour over obstacles at the gym, or I train various weapons.
After all of this, I end with a cool-down of stretching and more core conditioning (crunches, v-ups, v-sits, planks). I do not lift weights, AT ALL. The only weight I lift is myself in the form of handstands.
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