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  1. Kentucky Fried Chokin is offline
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    Portrait of a BJJer as a Young Man

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Quote Originally Posted by Gorgo
    Jogging with 400lbs of weight on should do wonders for bone conditioning.
    Not to mention your knees.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aaaargh
    I used to roll a beer bottle up and down my shins on the advice of my Uechi-Ryu instructor. I doubt it does anything to the bone; but after a few months they didn't hurt and they hardly bruised anymore. I defnintely recommend it, if for no other reason than for when you walk into the coffee table in the middle of the night. I haven't done it for years now, and my shins are still fairly tough.

    I think the bone is pretty freaking strong to begin with, and you just have to toughen the overlying skin and tissue.
    Do any1 know of any bad side effects for this method?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stigander
    I thought that since I am confused about this..

    I generally want to be able to do this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pA0wXvyq-EM

    Banan trees aren't tough at all. I was kicking one in my backyard a few days ago. The heavy bag at the kung fu gym was actually harder. Also, banana trees can get destroyed relatively easily. Then you won't get your bananas.
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    Not to mention your knees.

    I really hope that the sarcasm of this post isn't lost upon anyone.

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    allrighty a serious contribution from me: forget all the crap of bone conditioning and etc.

    rolling stuff like beer bottles and such over your shin works.
    It desensities the skin on the bone to a certain extend.
    ive done it too.

    kicking hard objects ( i use a wooden beam thats lightly padded) is about training character.
    it will hurt and its normal it will hurt, its just it will hurt less over time.
    forget all that crap about killing the nerves in your shinbones etc.
    just kick the damn thing and take the pain, its a characterbuilding excersise not so much a conditioning excersise.

    look at this video, its a real baseballbat and all.
    she breaks it and THEN watch the leg she used to kick it with, you can see she's walking a bit difficult..because heer shin by now is fucking hurting.
    YouTube - The Power of Kyokushin Karate 1
    Last edited by Lebell; 8/11/2008 6:28am at .
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