Thread: Developing spinal flexibilty.
3/03/2005 11:34am, #1
Developing spinal flexibilty.
Sure, I imagine some of you thought that I might have something to say about developing spinal flexibility, but in fact I was looking for an -answer-
So- is there anyone out there -TKDChick- that might be able to help me out with some dynamic movements to increase my range of motion?
3/03/2005 11:42am, #2Originally Posted by Pumpkin King
So- is there anyone out there -TKDChick-SON OF ODIN
My Punching with Power article
3/03/2005 11:44am, #3
Right. So apparently in my sleep-deprived state (don't let the clock fool you- it's dark over here) I've caught myself wishing for a -TKDChick- Hmm. I can only assume that that reference was to -JKDChick- and that in the spirit of 'holy-****-did-I-just-type-AND-submit-the-wrong-3-letter-combination?' I might get a response anyway.
3/03/2005 11:49am, #4
****. And I spelled 'flexibility' wrong in the thread title... I fucking quit.
3/03/2005 12:43pm, #5
- Join Date
- Oct 2004
- Basking Ridge, New Jersey
Try sucking your own dick.
(Sorry, couldn't avoid the obvious joke).
3/03/2005 12:55pm, #6
Poor, poor boy. Group hug? **** ... we already had the annual one. Sorry, you'll have to wait 'til next year.
Bridges are how most vaulters develop back flexibility, to the bes of my knowledge, but I can check with my coach today and see what else she recommends. Aren't I just such a sweetie?You're just JEALOUS!
3/04/2005 1:40am, #7
Cowdoka, eh? I know a few of those. And thanks, you're a sweetie.
And I'll try not to miss the group hug next year.
3/04/2005 10:04am, #8
- Join Date
- Feb 2005
- Shaolin, Sanda
I have some back stretching exercises in my article, but the no-bullsh*t people here really don't seem to like my non-scientific examples of stretches.. hehe :)
But yeah, backbridge is a good exercise (hold it for a couple minutes). But bending over "backwards" over something/someone is even better.