Calisthenics: (main focus on stretching) - lunges - jumping jacks - situps (abdomen, hip flexors) - crunches (abdomen) - pushups (chest, arms, triceps, shoulders) - pullups (back, latissimus dorsi, forearms, biceps, rear deltoid, trapezius, erector spinae, abdominals) - chinups (back, arms, biceps) - squats (legs) - hyperextensions (lower back, erector spinae) - leg raises (abdomen, hip flexors) - calf raises (calf muscles) - dips (arms, triceps, chest, back) - bridges (back, spine, flexibility, triceps) - handstands (shoulders, triceps, trapezius) - planks (core, abdominals, back, shoulders) Cardiovascular: (main focus on breathing) - cycling - swimming - jogging - running - walking - dancing - jumprope Hardcore Training: (main focus on strength) - wrestling - boxing - freestyle sparring - weight lifting drills - heavy bag drills - focus mitt drills - speed bag drills - kicking shield drills - technique training That is basically my own personal training regiment. I don't really have a style, and I don't really practice forms, kuens or katas. You could compare my system to boxing, wrestling or kickboxing. Most of what I do consists of freestyle sparring, usually while wearing protective gear, since most of my training is full-contact. Right now, I'm working on trying to develop some after-training methods for healing and recovery. Other than that, there's not really much else to it. Everyone I train with goes at their own pace, and each of us has our own unique training regiment or schedule. Basically, we just set a goal in mind, and try to exceed our own limits. All of my hardcore training methods involve at least two people. There are a lot of two-man drills, partner exchanges, style exchanges, etc. We don't have any forms that you can practice by yourself, but I do a lot of cardio training and stretching exercizes before and after we train. Some people ask me what I call this style or system that I use. For lack of a better term, I call it 'American MMA', but in reality I haven't really thought of a name for it, nor can I really think of anything it might relate to other than full-contact mixed martial arts. For that reason, I haven't given my system a name. It has no name.