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  1. coolmove is offline

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    workout for wrists

    i tried to teach the newb class some simple wrist-lock drill last day

    well, i always go gentle on that, but those guys, though nice, are not conditioned to getting their wrists kote-gaeshi-ed

    i make them do tons of pushups (triceps, biceps, pectoral...)
    but i wanted to ask if any of you know of any workout to specifically strenghen wrists

    (we got some weights but i rather not use em)

    i dont dare make them punch the sandbag in fear they ll get hurt

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    How about that stick with the rope and the weight on the end. You hold the stick out in front of you with two hands and move the weight up and down by rotating the stick.

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    I'm assuming you've tried pushups on knuckles, fingers, etc...? More important than wrist strength for wrist locks is wrist flexibility. Stretch out those wrists really good and make the students apply the wrist locks slowly at first until they get the hang of how much pressure they need to cause pain. Make sure you stretch kote gaeshi, nikyo and sankyo.
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    Hi,

    Lots of suburis with heavy suburito:)

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    Don't forget to fly in the air due to the wrist lock.


    Aside from that, do virtual_mantis' exercise he posted.
    With......overhand grip and underhandgrip.

    Squeeze ball, eagle catcher claw thing, www.ironmind.com if it still works...

    And here is my wrist rehab exercises:

    2*20 wrist curls
    2*20 wrist hammer curls
    2*20 active resistance radial deviation
    2*20 active resistance ulnar deviation
    2*20 turning wrist movements (combination of pronation and supination)

    Get a resistance band or dumbells.
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    Get a 2-3 foot peice of 1" solid steel bar, and do figure 8 patterns straight out in front of you for a few minutes at a time, clockwise and counter-clockwise. Don't know how much strength it actually builds, but when you first try it the bar will be really heavy and you'll be making funny faces and weaving your neck trying to control the motion. Seems to do good at providing resistance at all kinds of angles, which would be a decent addition to straight wrist curls.
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    Originally posted by Scrotumlock
    Get a 2-3 foot peice of 1" solid steel bar, and do figure 8 patterns straight out in front of you for a few minutes at a time, clockwise and counter-clockwise. Don't know how much strength it actually builds, but when you first try it the bar will be really heavy and you'll be making funny faces and weaving your neck trying to control the motion. Seems to do good at providing resistance at all kinds of angles, which would be a decent addition to straight wrist curls.
    this is a good one. Don't know if you do any weapons training but this is how we traing for staff forms. It works your forearms and shoulders too.
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    have them masturbate like fiends, that should at lest strenghten one wrist.
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    I did a little bit of bo work when I was in karate (like, maybe a dozen classes). And believe it or not I thought up using the steel bar to get stronger on my own - they never mentioned it (of course others thought it up way before my time, but they never told me about it :)).

    I noticed when we were warming up and twirling the staff around that my forearms would get very pumped up. I guess you could use the steel bar for all the moves you do with the real thing, but I found the fig. 8 to be the hardest (and presumably the most worthwhile). I didn't get up to the point where I could use a 6 foot steel bar - that would get kinda scary... you'd get good strength but imagine nicking your shin with that!!

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