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Old 09-01-2009, 11:20 PM #1
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I wanna increase my torso speed for my punches and defense. I'm just curious to know what you guys think is a good thing to do to increase that and my back strength. I bob and weave a lot too.
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Old 09-01-2009, 11:27 PM #2
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Sledgehammer + tire, horizontal swings. Thats what i do and i find it great.
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Sledgehammer + tire, horizontal swings. Thats what i do and i find it great.
Good idea! Thanks!
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Old 09-01-2009, 11:48 PM #4
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Also another thing that would be just as good would be to use a medicine ball and hold it with both hands and simulate the motions of cutting down a tree with an axe i do it for both sides as fast as i can with a 18 pounds medecine ball and i can definitely feel it in my abs, sides and lower back. I don't know if i explained it clearly enough but hopefully you get what i mean.


Cause lets be honest setting up a tire to not move when hit with a sledge hammer might not be the most convenient thing to do at home. At the gym they have a tire set up but when i train at home i just use the method above and it seems to be working ok.
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Lay on back, hold weight bench bar bell overhead(Like you were doing bench press), Raise legs so they are in line with arms, then rotate legs to either side letting them touch the ground, keeping the bar bell still, This kills, Once you get stronger you can put ankle weights on. If you don't understand it just pm me
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Also another thing that would be just as good would be to use a medicine ball and hold it with both hands and simulate the motions of cutting down a tree with an axe i do it for both sides as fast as i can with a 18 pounds medecine ball and i can definitely feel it in my abs, sides and lower back. I don't know if i explained it clearly enough but hopefully you get what i mean.


Cause lets be honest setting up a tire to not move when hit with a sledge hammer might not be the most convenient thing to do at home. At the gym they have a tire set up but when i train at home i just use the method above and it seems to be working ok.
Yeah that sounds better to do. I just want fast torque reactions.
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Lay on back, hold weight bench bar bell overhead(Like you were doing bench press), Raise legs so they are in line with arms, then rotate legs to either side letting them touch the ground, keeping the bar bell still, This kills, Once you get stronger you can put ankle weights on. If you don't understand it just pm me
Explain please.
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http://twitpic.com/g64qk Only pic i can find , But can get the gist of it. Keep the bar flat and move legs side to side, That bar is 45lbs so if you dont have olympic bar just use something else
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Copied The Bicycle exercise is the best move to target the rectus abdominis (i.e., the 'six pack') and the obliques (the waist), according to a study done by the American Council on Exercise. To do this exercise correctly: 1. Lie face up on the floor and lace your fingers behind your head.2. Bring the knees in towards the chest and lift the shoulder blades off the ground without pulling on the neck.3. Straighten the left leg out while simultaneously turning the upper body to the right, bringing the left elbow towards the right knee.4. Switch sides, bringing the right elbow towards the left knee.5. Continue alternating sides. http://twitpic.com/g66tb
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