Posted On:11/24/2006 1:05am
Style: Throwing, and Matwork
Say all that to Equipose and he'll explode. Does VikingPower use teh deadly swiss ball?
GIJoe6186 like boys, mainly his brother
Posted On:11/24/2006 2:17am
Repulsive Monkey, I believe WestSide makes use of swiss ball presses as a RECOVERY excercise, not for dynamic or max effort lifting.
Posted On:11/24/2006 2:30pm
Style: Wu Style TCC + BJJ
I didn't say to do it at any other time. Actually, I didn't specifically say when to do it at all. What I did say was that you need to know the difference between these things to understand when using this approach will be useful.
Posted On:11/24/2006 2:53pm
Yeah, I wasn't trying to correct you because you, just wanted it pointed out, that's all. I don't even do this crap so I don't know why I care, its just what I read.
I think it was on deepsquatter's web site in the articles.
Actually as MA guys we probably have enough instability right? I mean power lifters ay not but when we grapple or kickbox or even do silly stupid cluster **** kata, we are unbalanced and such, it may be a waste for a serious MA'st.
i keep tryin to spar, but nothin happens!
Posted On:11/24/2006 4:15pm
Style: karate / bjj
i'd tend to say that we're the ones who need the balance and minor muscles more than anybody else.
Posted On:11/24/2006 4:26pm
Trust me: we have plenty of challenges to stability that come from working on solid ground.
Posted On:11/27/2006 1:30am
Articles like these: http://www.t-nation.com/findArticle....6-173-training
Make me think unbalanced training blows.
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Posted On:12/01/2006 7:19pm
Style: Chemical Assistance
Variety is the key. Training on a ball is a decent idea as long as it's incorporated into a larger cycle of lifting styles.
Numa ^ 3
Posted On:12/02/2006 11:34am
Excuse me, I was promised an explosion.
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