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  1. Jadonblade is offline
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    Wow.....thats a very impressive routine. How the hell could you do so many hand stand push ups.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jnp
    Here is my old daily bodyweight routine from high school during the wrestling off-season. It's based on what I heard Bo Jackson, the former pro football player, did for his workout routine.

    250 pull ups/chin ups, hands spread to varying degrees.

    250 handstand pushups

    500 pushups, 150 hands together under pecs, 150 hands at shoulder width, 100 hands spread out beyond shoulders and 100 hindu pushups.

    1000 situp, utilizing every variation I could conceive.

    I did them throughout the day in four sets, always doing subsets of each variation within each of the four sets.

    Twenty years later, with the aid of a speedy metabolism, I'm still coasting on the physique I managed to attain back then.

    edit: forgot to add, the last 50 pull ups and 50 handstand pushups took me a fifth set
    Do you suffer from any nagging injuries that you think all that might have contributed to?
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  3. Cullion is offline
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    You could do pullups in unbroken sets of 50??

    I kneel before Zod.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jadonblade
    Wow.....thats a very impressive routine. How the hell could you do so many hand stand push ups.
    Well, I started out doing sets of 10, then worked my way up to 15 etc. Honestly, I don't think I ever completed a set of 50 in one stretch without falling over.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cullion
    Do you suffer from any nagging injuries that you think all that might have contributed to?
    From the bodyweight exercises? None whatsoever that I'm aware of. I found other ways to injure myself though.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cullion
    You could do pullups in unbroken sets of 50??
    That was twenty years ago Cullion, when I was 18. I certainly couldn't do that now. Bide a moment and I'll see how many I can do with good form (this doesn't really work on the net).

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    Ok I admit, I kipped on the last four. So 17 with good form.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackrusher
    I thought the "fat man" involved putting feet on the ground? I meant like this, only lifting the pelvis higher and pulling the bar to the navel to get more of a horizontal row:
    I was addressing Tycoil in my quote, who talked about putting the feet on the ground. But it doesn't really matter.
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    You're a scrapper, I like that."-Ronin69
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    Quote Originally Posted by jnp
    That was twenty years ago Cullion, when I was 18.
    I know it was a long time ago, but 50 in an unbroken set is stll massive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackrusher
    I used do these gymnastics style: hang from the bar, rotate myself parallel with the floor (kinda like a planche), then get to rowin'. Also, a version of the upright row where I hang upside down from the bar and pull myself up (feet toward the ceiling). These are both great exercises that I'd like to get back to after my shoulders heal up...
    Yes I've seen those. I keep trying to do them to no avail. Not only does it take incredible lat strength (since you're lifting your whole weight, but also to maintain the strange angle) but some very intense core control to maintain alignment.
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