The internet is full of questions about martial arts. The questions may range from novice queries like the “best martial arts” to specific ones such as “how to enhance stamina”. But among these many questions, queries regarding cardio training are pretty much common. With many contradicting views on this matter by so-called experts afloat in the Internet, these questions are often met with baseless, vague and opinionated responses which are prone to errors.
However, there are others who are able to provide in-depth and intelligent views to answer such questions. In order to make sure that a certain point of view is valid, you must ensure that the person expressing it has first- hand experience on the subject at hand. In this case, a person who tried and studies cardio training can help us understand the topic in a deeper manner.
I encountered this article posted on a website as I was doing some personal research on cardio training. Entitled ‘Cardio’ for Martial Arts, I believe this is a valuable source of information for people with queries on cardio training and its relevance to martial arts. In addition to his discussion, the author of the article manages to provide helpful strategies that one can apply in your own cardio training. I suggest you read this article on your own in order to have a direct insight regarding the matter.
In my opinion, one of the helpful points the writer tackled on this write up is the importance of being intelligent in your cardio training. Since it’s a physical activity, it’s important that you spend only sufficient time for it. You need not tire and beat up yourself by overtraining long hours. You need to identify activities that can be beneficial for you in a cost effective manner; that is doing cardio with the least amount of energy and time spent while achieving optimum result at the same time.