Posted On:5/19/2004 10:45am
Style: golf club jitsu
make sure you don't start off with isometrics in your routine. the best time to do isos is after your regular workout... (e.g. stretches, arobics, etc...) i typically do isos in the very end of workout when i'm tired.
doing iso without proper warm-up is bad news for the body but best after workout...
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Posted On:5/19/2004 10:59am
Style: Kung Fu
Hmm. I have almost always done isometrics in the beginning of a workout. I find they warm me up. I should qualify, I stretch first then Isometrics.
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Posted On:5/19/2004 11:13am
Style: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
There's nothing inherently intense about them, yo. You could be torched and incapable of another productive set, or you could stop short for warm-ups sake. Depends on how far you consciously wanna push it.
Posted On:5/19/2004 11:44am
I do these mainly for my neck... in lieu of bridging.
This thread has given me some good ideas to expand on espcially as far as leg abduction and adduction.
Posted On:5/19/2004 11:48am
BTW - welcome back Blank
Posted On:5/19/2004 1:23pm
Same to you Mr Mantis! Its good to be back!
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