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  1. TheRuss is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by eleetness151 View Post
    I would post a video, but I can only find one's that are used for running
    There is a reason for this.
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    Downstreet on the flip-flop, timepants.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eleetness151 View Post
    if you don't know what it is, then you havn't tried it and do not have an answer.
    First off way to make a major dick move like giving a snarky answer to a moderator, to be fair I did a similar gaff but at least partially redeamed myself by being useful after. I'd suggest the post less and read more option but seeing as you have a join date in 2007 and only 36 posts I would have to assume that idea isn't sinking in. So let me just suggest you step lightly and never post less than a paragraph when starting a topic.

    Second I would have to say that the idea of "overspeed training" is a good way to wreck your joints not increase your speed. When its done correctly it is usually by trained, highlevel atheletes under the supervision of a coach and frankly they still run the risk of ending up with long term joint damage anyway. Unless your an elite level boxer you shouldn't even be considering hairbrained schemes like this.

    If your looking for opinions about this type of training just as general interest well there is mine. If your asking because you want to use this type of training then I suggest you don't do it. Course no one ever listens to good advice.
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    Hey,
    Its not a bad idea, it is a legitimate training method. Although you would need a wall with 2 bungee cord things sticking out...
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    I'd like to clarify something. Calling a moderator an asshole, or disagreeing with him or her is never a problem. After all this is Bullshido and Phrost does not pick thin-skinned members to be moderators.

    However, when a moderator or staff member is discussing forum policy, that is a different issue. Certain fora, like the PT forum or MABS, have specific criteria for posting in them. When someone on staff is advising you, the poster, of this criteria, it is not because we like to read what we type. It is because you have posted in a manner that is contradictory to established forum guidelines, and, despite what you might think, we'd prefer not to spend all our time on this site explaining the rules to you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdang View Post
    Hey,
    Its not a bad idea, it is a legitimate training method. Although you would need a wall with 2 bungee cord things sticking out...
    Resistance band training and what the OP describes are not the same thing, actually.
  6. eleetness151 is offline

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    I get what you are saying, but i thought I was being attacked because of your tone. Any ways I was hoping there would be more than plyometrics/complex training and power lifting when it came to increasing speed. I read about the joint problems that can occur when it is used for running. How ever if a bungee cord is used for punching, it will pull less and less as you get closer to full extion.
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    OP How long have you been training and in what?
  8. eleetness151 is offline

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    I've been training off and on for years. I started when I was 9 with kenpo and japanese ju jitsu. I wrestled in high school all four years. I boxed for a year and half. I did judo for a year and BJJ for a year and a half. a little bit of escrima and muy thai.
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    Their also was some time sparring in back yards too. If you want to count that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eleetness151 View Post
    Any ways I was hoping there would be more than plyometrics/complex training and power lifting when it came to increasing speed. .
    And you've tried all that stuff and you've completely plateaued and you're only the second fastest puncher in the world and you want to beat number one?

    How many different ways to train the same attribute will satisfy you?
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