Wednesday, May 22, 2013

It's gonna be hard but hard does not mean IMPOSSIBLE.......

                    Performing suspended plank by hanging from 2 rubber tubes of a cycle.

Very often I have had my training methods questioned by new comers to class or even by those who have heard of my insane training practices.  I often feel that people just give up too easily. Yes I agree my training is tough and many even say that my training is like am actually training soldiers for war but it is not IMPOSSIBLE.

Over the years I have fine tuned exercises and training routines to the extent where one gets maximum benefits and no stress injuries. The real issue here is not that my training is tough but that most of us are just bone lazy, we want to get results without much effort, it is easier to be awed than to sweat it out and push yourself to excel. 

I do not expect new comers to be able to do a 100 push ups but yes over the weeks I shall push them till they achieve what they believed to be impossible. Along the way the body that has never trained like this is bound to get some aches and pains but with the help of some Capsidol Gel most are back to train harder the next class. I teach martial arts and that means you will be hit and hit others but there is a procedure that is followed only once I feel one is ready to start with mild conditioning are they made to begin. It is very safe and there is no need to worry about breaking bones or any catches. A person can sprain their leg or pull a muscle just by walking in their own house. So sighting this as a reason to avoid pushing your self physically makes no sense. However sometimes a person may have a muscle catch or inflamed joint for that we have a few treatments and remedies in place like - our ginger treatment, magic oil and even a very well trained and knowledgeable Dr. of Physiotherapy who has helped many of our students recover soon and they all have been back to training like nothing ever happened. 

I have personally always aimed at pushing my physical limits not only in martial arts but in any form of workout that is out there. This is the factor that pushes my training routines high up and makes some wonder - If all this is required. I have been training for almost 3 decades and am teaching for over a decade now, the transformation and improvement that I have seen in the students of all age groups may it be 4 year old kids to 40 + men and women is just remarkable. 

Today those who have invested a few years ( some have invested over 8 years) of training with me regularly have almost become like walls of stone that feel no pain and can run for hours, climb, crawl, trek, cycle, jump etc. You name it they can do it. Now that is a feat I try to guide all to achieve.  

          To excel way past what seemed like the Horizon is what Jukaado is all about.

Recently we trained non stop for 24 hours and as news of that spread it seems to have scared quite a few. 
I have not lost my mental balance I only train crazy so obviously if I have made some of the students train non stop for 24 hours I was well assured of their ability to do so without any physical harm coming their way. I was monitoring their physical training levels for some time and once I felt that they were all ready for such a workout we went ahead and did it. That is called pushing yourself to excel. Yes the workout was tough and very challenging too but it was not impossible. Words will not be able to explain the confidence that such training brings with it. Increased will power, discipline, high levels of concentration, super human like fitness, leadership skills that no business management program or other course can ever instill, humility, kindness and respect  are  only some of the numerous personality traits that develop with such insane training.
Some say we just wish to train to get fit we do not wish to push ourselves like this. Well I ask you - How do you define being Fit? Yes you may start getting healthy, well toned but does this mean you are fit and can relax now? Well according to me being fit is to push your body to the extremes and achieve the maximum your body can physically achieve. In my opinion there is no limit to how much you can push your body. All  you need to do is push yourself gradually and there are no bounds to what you can achieve.

What really matters is - 
                                      Will you say -
                                                        I can not 

                                                                          I JUST DID IT!!!!!!!!!!!  

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