Posted On:10/29/2008 1:29pm
Originally Posted by Yojimbo1717
Is that where you bounce around on the sidewalls of old truck tires??
Posted On:10/29/2008 1:32pm
Style: Grappling & Lifting
I'm not really sure where I was going with that after re-reading it. I mean, tire flips and using a sledge to beat on a tire come to mind. But let's remember that there are some possible puns. :jerkit2yf
Posted On:10/29/2008 1:34pm
^ I saw some guys shadow boxing on the tires somewhere and it seemed to make sense.
I fail at puns.
Posted On:10/29/2008 1:36pm
Now that I think about it, I saw a guy doing that last night.
I dunno about technique and strategy. I just lift 'dem weights and everything works out all right.
Posted On:10/29/2008 2:08pm
Style: Judo, BJJ
I got hold of the video for workout #1. It's played out in real time (just over an hour) with John Hackleman and five randoms (including a couple of ladies) doing all the exercises. Quite amusing to see their fresh happy faces deteriorate into a look of haunted despair as the vid progresses...
Posted On:10/29/2008 2:11pm
Originally Posted by hegs
Chain Breaker: to stretch chest muscles. Stand erect, feet about six inches apart. Tighten leg muscles, tighten stomach by drawing it in, with hips forward, extend chest, bring arms up with clenched fists chest high, take deep breath, let it out slowly. Slowly pull arms back as far as possible keeping elbows chest high. Suggested repetitions: 8 – 10.
So basicly everytime Chuck Lidell knocks somone out he runs around the octagon doing a chainbreaker?
Posted On:11/02/2008 1:39am
Style: Judo, Wrestling, Kendo
That doesnt seem to unreasonable. I personally prefer:
(Which was recommended to me by somebody on this site and I absolutely love it.)
Posted On:12/05/2008 2:27am
Style: kick boxing, nogi jits
Originally Posted by CoffeeFan
Seems similar to the fighters workout we do at our gym. I've become a huge fan of doing "minute drills" like they do above, it makes sense for someone doing striking, grappling, or MMA. I don't quite understand the giant 30 minute break, that just seems too long for me. I would go for a 10-15 minute break that consisted of stretching.
I would probably do this routine for getting ready for a fight. It isn't balanced enough for a general routine (a lot of chest, no back) but it makes sense if you are getting ready for a fight and need to develop muscular endurance in those particular body parts as well as anaerobic endurance.
Good find, thanks for posting
its supposed to be a 30 second break this is just the pit workout
Posted On:12/06/2008 5:47pm
Is a UFC workout like UFC brand water? The same as everything else but it sells for more?
Posted On:12/06/2008 5:54pm
if youre looking for some mma workouts heres a couple of the best ones ive found free online (and they are a bitch)
id recommend getteing used to the second link before doing the first (so you can make it through first without dying.
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