Thread: Isometric & Plyometric exercises
12/10/2007 11:48pm, #1
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Isometric & Plyometric exercises
People should incorporate plyometric and isometric excercises into their martial art workout, to get the full benefit their body has to offer.
12/10/2007 11:49pm, #2TKDBotGuest
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12/11/2007 12:15am, #3
Where is your BS adoptive parent? This forum is called 'Newbietown' and your post relates (barely) to Physical Health and Fitness.
12/11/2007 8:50am, #4
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12/11/2007 2:58pm, #5
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And people should read to exercise their minds.
... But not this thread.
12/11/2007 3:50pm, #6
OP,Is that a question or a statement?There is no cheating, there is only jiu-jitsu.
12/12/2007 8:09am, #7
Just a thought, but do you know the difference between Isometric and Plyometric exercises?
12/12/2007 8:44am, #8
Tony from Beach Bodies really likes Isometric Exercises. Plyometrics require a box....where the hell do people find plyo boxes and the space....does everyone live in sunny CA?*
*this was sarcastic.There is no cheating, there is only jiu-jitsu.
12/12/2007 9:12am, #9
Well, I was just wondering if Shoto knows the difference or whether he just read it in book somewhere. Perhaps he just wants to seem knowledgeable. Or perhaps he does know his types of exercise and the differing regimens.
No, I'm not being sarky...I'm just hoping for the best. :)
12/12/2007 9:28am, #10Originally Posted by shotodefense