Posted On:1/28/2005 7:24am
Style: Muay Thai & BJJ
Tae Bo Master, one of my favorite posters brought up core excercises in Can Chaser's thread about increasing strength.
Now, I just started back weight training and I must say I have seen fantastic results. However, I haven't been relegating enough time to core training. I would like to remedy that.
Please post your favorite excercises and why.
Originally Posted by Sifu Rudy Abel
"Just what makes a pure grappler think he can survive with an experienced striker. Especially if that striker isn't following any particular rule set and is well aware of what the grapplers strategies are".
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Posted On:1/28/2005 10:21am
<-- Waiting eagerly to see responses.
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Posted On:1/28/2005 10:38am
Style: Canadian Shidokan
By core you mean ? core of the body or "core" exercises ?
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Posted On:1/28/2005 10:53am
Style: Kung Fu
I think he means like, Squats.
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Posted On:1/28/2005 10:58am
Style: Chemical Assistance
Squat, DL, BP. I supplement those with other various exercises on the day I'm doing a particular area.
Just read my journal for my lifts.
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Posted On:1/28/2005 11:09am
Squats, DL, Chins, Dips.
Hit every muscle except for calves.
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Posted On:1/28/2005 11:13am
Style: Kyokushin Karate
Clean and jerks, snatches, overhead presses, bent-over rows, pull-ups/dips with weight, and everything mentioned already.
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Posted On:1/28/2005 11:14am
Snatch, yes, can't forget that.
Posted On:1/28/2005 11:28am
Style: 7 Star
overhead squats http://danjohn.org/overhead.html
Posted On:1/28/2005 11:31am
Leave Olympic lifts to people training in that.
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