I have a muscle control dilemma. What kind of exercises can you all recommend for my girl to practice so she can deep throat a 11" dick and not throw up all over me all the damn time?
first, find a guy with an 11" dick for her to practice on.
second, don't stand next to him, lest you be thrown up upon.
awwwwwww **** he beat me by like 5 posting seconds or something. :(
Send her to one of my seminars; I train women to control their gag reflexes in an alive fashion.
Well, she's really not into... you know.... people like you... ya know what I mean. You'd be a major step down for her from a perfect male specimen like me.
well i'll check on this train wreck tomorrow. Out.
With an attitude like that, you should just get used to keeping a mop and bucket in the bedroom.
What? Are you going to triple your lenght? I strongly recommend not do to enhancement surgery. Your powah-rod can go :dead: as a result.
Originally Posted by MaverickZ
She can also try sword swallowing for practice.
As a sexual perv male, I do not understand this statement.
Originally Posted by Arhetton
Ok, seriously, muscle isolation is cool, and it certainly can have benefits. This is particularly true if you are trying some esoteric definition if you are a fitness/bodybuilder competitor, or if you are a yoga practitioner.
Having said that, I'm not so sure if this could translate well for the practice of martial arts. The last 12 months have been a period of rediscovery for me, and now more than ever I'm aware that it is paramount to exercise SPECIFICALLY for the sport at hand.
There are things that are the "cream and butter", the universal core of conditioning: squats, bench presses/push ups, chin ups/barbell rows, running. Those exercises serve well for any sports. And there are others, more specific exercises that, yeah, will make you enhance a specific set of physical attributes that may be good for one sport, but not for another.
For martial arts, you require lots of stamina, a high anaerobic capacity, and good, strong gross motor skills. Fine-grained motor skills don't necessarily translate to something effective in terms of strenght/power, stamina, coordination or speed as required for combat sports IMO.
I may be wrong, but that it's my impression.
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The street argument is retarded. BJJ is so much overkill for the street that its ridiculous. Unless you're the idiot that picks a fight with the high school wrestling team, barring knife or gun play, the opponent shouldn't make it past double leg + ground and pound - Osiris
Yep, that's pretty much exactly what I was thinking too, although you expressed it a whole lot better.
Originally Posted by El Macho
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