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Posted On:6/04/2007 1:28pm
Style: Krav Maga/MMA/Firearms
My search Kung Foo is week and I can't find what I'm looking for, thus I need you-all's help.
I think El Macho posted both of these videos although they may be in different threads.
The first video is by a couple of MMA instructors and features some pretty tasty looking conditioning. The part I remember that sticks out is a black dude sprinting on a treadmill at a pretty good angle.
The other is of a guy in what looks like his make shift home gym doing dips (or something) then throwing a ball against the ground, then burpees, etc.
Any ideas? I know it's not much to go on but maybe someone will know.
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Posted On:6/05/2007 12:00am
The black dude on the treadmill is Rhadi Fergusson or something like that.
Posted On:6/05/2007 7:38am
Posted On:6/05/2007 8:05am
Thanks guys, that's one of them.
Posted On:6/05/2007 9:29am
Style: creonte on hiatus
Yep, that's one of Rhadi's "Into Combat" conditioning videos. Bad ass ****. I have is "at home" bodyweight workout DVD, which is pretty good IMO.
The other one you may be referring to is material from Ross Enamait (either "never gymless" or "infinite intensity".) These are all the clips Ross has put on youtube. He's been kind enough to put a lot of good stuff in it, and for free.
Ktulu, one of these two may be the one you were referring to:
or Work Capacity 101
More Ross Enamait stuff:
Rope Training I
Rope Training II
ps... although this clip is not 100% the same as the previous ones, I think it is quite useful for conditioning the wrists in a safe manner.
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Posted On:6/05/2007 11:21am
Thanks El Macho, Work Capacity 101 was the one I was looking for. Actually the name Ross Enamait is what I was looking for.
Man I wish I could jump rope like that!
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