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    Quote Originally Posted by Urban
    **** that ****, do deadlifts and rows for your back, saxon side bends, dragond flags, rollouts, side presses, bent presses, situps, windmills, full contact twists, russian twists, and cable crunches for abs and your midsection.
    Yes, sir. I can do the twist, I can shake it li...er.

    My apologies, but I don't know what any of those things are. Is the equipment you listed above what I need for said exercises? I can look them up later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urban
    Grippers are fun, but there are far better ways to develop hand strength. Brookfield gives the equation: block weights = hand strength
    Easier to carry a gripper in your pocket than a block weight though ;) His sledgehammer training is fun too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tef-the-Persian
    Yes, sir. I can do the twist, I can shake it li...er.

    My apologies, but I don't know what any of those things are. Is the equipment you listed above what I need for said exercises? I can look them up later.
    yeah, I wouldn't steer you wrong. All the **** you need for said exercises is in the first three items on my list... which NOBODY has given me any props on.

    BTW in a 7' high basement, can you overhead press? I mean do you have the room?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urban
    yeah, I wouldn't steer you wrong. All the **** you need for said exercises is in the first three items on my list... which NOBODY has given me any props on.

    BTW in a 7' high basement, can you overhead press? I mean do you have the room?
    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Urban again.
    , sorry :D

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    I got into using rubber resistance, but I'm guessing my training goals are different from yours.

    http://www.spriproducts.com/

    Resistance is resistance.

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    ^ What kind of results are you getting out of those?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koto_Ryu
    ^ What kind of results are you getting out of those?
    http://www.humankinetics.com/product...sbn=0736002502

    I've had this book for some time, but I couldn't do the joint stabilization exercises without the bands very well. But also, my school has us use the ones that attach to the ankle, and I'll tell you: Throwing kick sequences with rubber resistance makes you tired reaaaaaaaal quick. Trying to maintain a chambered leg after throwing a side or roundhouse kick becames more tough, and even in the limited time I've used them, I've noticed small increases in my form and technique.

    I have no doubt if I continue to use them, my form and power will increase, and combined with the joint stability exercises, I'll be able to mostly avoid injuries due to weak, tight joints.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urban
    yeah, I wouldn't steer you wrong. All the **** you need for said exercises is in the first three items on my list... which NOBODY has given me any props on.

    BTW in a 7' high basement, can you overhead press? I mean do you have the room?
    I think I might have gotten the measurement wrong. I think the basement is maybe 8 feet, but I'm a fairly small guy, standing at 5' 8". I definitely can. Problem is I haven't purchased a bar for that kind of thing yet. I've been using two dumbells to do the exercise.

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