Posted On:4/20/2004 3:43am
Style: Tao Ga
Seriously, though. . .you want to build up your arms, and nowhere else? That's for trying to impress chicks, not ma. If you really want to build your strength, you have to build overall body strength & conditioning. Go here and sign up for the free mini course. (It's free)
Posted On:4/20/2004 6:17am
LOL @ "process"
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Posted On:4/20/2004 8:41am
Style: Sheep Taiji
there is a site out there...called "sandowplus" or something....
lots of exercises without weights
Posted On:4/20/2004 1:24pm
Sandow was a 19th century strongman. . .he's the one the Mr Olympia trophy is modeled after.
Posted On:4/21/2004 1:15am
Style: Jeet Kune Do
Originally posted by Matthius100
As terrifying as it seems, yes, I'm teaching A 15 year old and a 14 year old how to fight, at only age 16.
obviously a McDojo TKD instructor :eek: lol jk
Posted On:4/21/2004 1:22am
Style: Taijutsu, Army Combatives
Some simple exercises:
1. get a chair. With your back to the chair, place your hands on it and do dips
2. do pushups, but place your hands down near your lower ribs, instead of your chest. Really isolates the triceps
3. Chinups (palm facing the face). This will work the biceps. Pullups (palms facing away) does more work on the back and lats.
Shogun of Long Island
Posted On:4/21/2004 8:07pm
i'm going to have to call bullshido on matthius here. can we get a fund going to send omega to kick his ass?
Posted On:4/21/2004 8:54pm
Why? He's not trying to kick anybody's ass. Yet.
Of course, if he starts saying that he and all his students could wipe the floor with your face, then you can kick his ass.
Posted On:4/23/2004 10:09am
Style: Bad Parenting
My students are my students because I can beat them in hand to hand combat, and they want to learn how I did that. It's a simple process really, making them almost automatically better than most martial artists. Most martial artists would go "Oh you beat me, I have to get better at my (insert MA name here)" and they'll say this even if they were a 10th dan blackbelt. These guys gave up their style to learn mine. It's up to them to seperate the "good" from the "bad" in their styles later, and combine this with the "good" I taught them.
Posted On:4/23/2004 10:14am
Style: BJJ - Homeland Security
Somehow, I doubt that you have a very deep martial arts talent pool in your trailer park.
The fact you've probably learned all you know about fighting from Tekken makes me :rolleyes: to no end.
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