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    Quote Originally Posted by truepwrz
    changed 5rounds of 4minutes for each bag pad and mitts, on www.crosstrain.com i see a video on pull ups should i do it like them or do it nice and slowly like normal
    Like them. Actually, just experiment and see what type of results you get. Besides, it makes no sense to do pull ups slowly unless you want to stress the negative IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by truepwrz
    changed 5rounds of 4minutes for each bag pad and mitts, on www.crosstrain.com i see a video on pull ups should i do it like them or do it nice and slowly like normal
    sounds good on the padwork/bagwork

    do them like the crossfit guys, but also a big part of doing bodyweight stuff is to vary them:

    like do both grips with pull-ups and sometimes hang a towel over the bar and do the pull-ups holding onto the towel.

    with pushups, you should vary your hand position from wide, to normal, knuckles, and diamonds (hands together in the middle, index fingers and thumbs touching, the space in between the hands looks like a diamond shape)

    crossfit is one of the best possible programs for getting into shape for fight sports, however, you need to be able to do all the exercises, which for the most part requires an olympic weight gym (and some other stuff, although if you have the olympic gym you can improvise.) i think at this point you should not spend too much time worrying about crossfit, but when you are out of high school and can afford it, an official crossfit gym just opened in manhattan, and you should go there.
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    Interesting that he'd use the passive tense for something as simple as hitting a tire with a hammer.

    Is this like...post modern or something?

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    lol its just my english problems

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kein Haar
    Interesting that he'd use the passive tense for something as simple as hitting a tire with a hammer.

    Is this like...post modern or something?






    EMO POWER!!!!


    a hammer hitting a tire from back to front
    the sky darkens
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    the rain falls and a kitten weeps
    a hammer hitting a tire from back to front
    the leaves fall under the uncaring clouds
    a hammer hitting a tire from back to front
    there is nothing, there is everything
    a hammer hitting a tire from back to front
    the blade cuts through my wrist
    a hammer hitting a tire from back to front
    the red life falls down into the mud, vibrancy dies
    a hammer hitting a tire from back to front…

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    training ends i am so tired especially my back those pull ups and hammer excersices are hard and takes lots energy out of you my training partner beated me by 30pull ups i feel weak

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    Why did you tell this man to jog for 30 minutes when he's training for combat specificity? I know I fight at between 60-80% perceived effort for a half an hour to several hours on end, but he doesn't have to.

    BTW, I often fight wet paper bags and makiwara boards to prove my superiority over them. Moving on up!

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