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    cardio alternatives to running?

    What are some ways I can keep my cardio strong while letting my foot heal from inury?

    Running is the purest form of cardio I know and I can't think of anything else.

    I don't know how to swim but I am so hell bent on getting in good shape before wrestling season that I will take a stab at it.

    Is there anything else that's really intense?

    Also, I can't squat or do anything else that puts pressure on my right foot, so what are some other things you can recommend to keep my whole body strong without hurting myself any more...
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    Originally Posted by Undestructible View Post
    What are some ways I can keep my cardio strong while letting my foot heal from inury?

    Running is the purest form of cardio I know and I can't think of anything else.

    I don't know how to swim but I am so hell bent on getting in good shape before wrestling season that I will take a stab at it.

    Is there anything else that's really intense?

    Also, I can't squat or do anything else that puts pressure on my right foot, so what are some other things you can recommend to keep my whole body strong without hurting myself any more...
    Try a row machine and see if it hurts your foot. If not that is a great way to get in some cardio.
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    Umm I don't know what you mean by "purest form of cardio" but you will find there are heaps of options for cardio training. Swimming, cycling, kayaking, etc will all train your cardiovascular system effectively and shouldn't hurt your foot.
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    kb's for wrestling power/strength

    a lot of the coaches i work with use kb's to help with endurance strength. In fact the Vo2max protocol by Kenneth Jay was tested with wrestlers and a world champ in particular.

    If you're interested, here's an overview of the protocol and a discussion of the why's and wherefores of the approach.
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    another high side of KB's is that they also work the grip like mad.

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    Originally Posted by Undestructible View Post
    What are some ways I can keep my cardio strong while letting my foot heal from inury?

    Running is the purest form of cardio I know and I can't think of anything else.

    I don't know how to swim but I am so hell bent on getting in good shape before wrestling season that I will take a stab at it.

    Is there anything else that's really intense?

    Also, I can't squat or do anything else that puts pressure on my right foot, so what are some other things you can recommend to keep my whole body strong without hurting myself any more...
    Boxing...Hitting a heavy bag or speed bag..there are routines on the supersite that aren't bad...you can even do this on your knees to take pressure off your foot..
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    I work at a YMCA pool and lots of people come there to get cardio in when they have had injuries and cannot run. We have these foam belts that you can wear around your waist and they make you bouyant enough to actually remain upright in deep water and just simulate your running motion back and forth down the lane. They are called water jog belts. check em out at swimoutlet.com
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    Is jumping rope out of the question?
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    Originally Posted by Kevin_Wright View Post
    Is jumping rope out of the question?
    Ya jumping rope is even better than jogging...at least for myself, plus i read something that its one of the higher end calorie burners even above gameday sports.
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    you could try the elliptical machine, it doesn't put that much pressure on your foot
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    Originally Posted by Kevin_Wright View Post
    Is jumping rope out of the question?
    yeah it is
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    Your best option is swimming, assuming you can submerge your foot. If you can't swim at all you'll need lessons. If you can swim but can't swim well (read: with technical and biomechanical efficiency) google swim technique and watch videos until you get a good feel for it. Any type of running workout you would do for cardio, sprints, intervals, or low intensity, you can do swimming. I've read in many places that swimming a mile freestyle burns about ~700 cals but don't hold me to that. It's more (or maybe even less) depending on efficiency, personal metrics, and even what you wear (affects drag).
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    Your imagination is the limit really.

    If most traditional forms of cardio (ie. continuous cyclical sports such as running, swimming, cycling, rowing etc.) are out of the question, then your best bet is probably to design a metabolic resistance training protocol.

    You could use any form of resistance (bodyweight, barbells, dumbbells, kettlebells etc.). You will want use fairly high reps with short recoveries. Best results will come from multi-joint exercises that involve large muscle groups - but you will obviously need to base your exercise selection on what will and will not aggravate your injury.

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    Weight circuit interval training. Machine or dumbell with reasonable weight that you can get a high amount of reps out of (about 12 to 15), and move to each station straight away after a set at each station. Have about 10 stations at least that hit all your body parts, and take a short break then repeat the circuit however many times you want to. That can be a really intense cardio session!
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    You definitely should perform complexes. They don't require that you even move from one position. I personally use them exclusively as a form of cardio, and they far surpass any other thing you might do.

    I wish you all the best with you foot.
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    Barbell complexes!
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    Yeah, exactly that, they're unbeatable.
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    Honestly you should get yourself healthy first, go through your physical therapy or whatever you need to do to get healthy, and then try your best to get conditioned to go into the season.

    It's pointless to endure an injury longer by unnecessarily training while injured. I've made the mistake before, I actually fractured my right foot and sprained my ankle one day during rugby...not fun. I was stubborn and tried to train around the injury and it cost me two rugby seasons and a few weeks of physical therapy that could have been prevented if I wasn't stubborn.
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    Originally Posted by Ctrainer View Post
    Boxing...Hitting a heavy bag or speed bag..there are routines on the supersite that aren't bad...you can even do this on your knees to take pressure off your foot..
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    Rowing would be good, or General Strength Circuits.
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