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post #11 of 24 (permalink) Old 04-30-2007, 04:29 PM
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Well 10 years of wrestling trains certain muscles which are used for MMA for takedowns and moveing on the floor. When certain muscles are trained over period of time they increase in power. Its the same with a lot of sports/ MA, you dont nessercerly increase in muscle mass but the muscles increases in strength.
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and little kids can do those...years of training

most gymnist are little kids, due to flexability, and strength per weight, also most gymnist are about the size of horse jockies...
and as i said before i never tried to compair the two, all i am saying is yoga people strength is very under rated..

oh did you try the push up challenge i mentioned earlier???? let me know what you think about it after you try it out...

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why waste time learning how to fight when your a gymnist!!!!


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most gymnist are little kids, due to flexability, and strength per weight, also most gymnist are about the size of horse jockies...
and as i said before i never tried to compair the two, all i am saying is yoga people strength is very under rated..

oh did you try the push up challenge i mentioned earlier???? let me know what you think about it after you try it out...
lol i am not gonna try it....i know it will be friggin hard. doing push ups like that really have no value to me anyways

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lol i am not gonna try it....i know it will be friggin hard. doing push ups like that really have no value to me anyways
you must learn to throw isometric exercises into your workout. this gives you muscle endurance and strength. i am not saying to do this way only. but i mix it in my workouts. such as pushup explosive, but 10 count on the way down(this is one of the styles i do my push ups),
your lungs are not the only thing you can build endurance in, ask your coach.

i belive "friggin hard" seperates those that want to win & those that do win.

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i belive "friggin hard" seperates those that want to win & those that do win.
aint gonna seperate anyone from anyone doing ten minute long push ups which are basically useless because in wrestling the matches are 6 minutes long and you don't hold a push up there are much more intense things to do that work better then isolating tricepes and chest

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aint gonna seperate anyone from anyone doing ten minute long push ups which are basically useless because in wrestling the matches are 6 minutes long and you don't hold a push up there are much more intense things to do that work better then isolating tricepes and chest
i was using the pushups as an example. if you have held your feet up and head up while laying on your back is another isometric exercise, wall stands are another example. i could go on all day with exercise as such. and as i said before i would not limit myself to just these, i still do my explosive calisthenic, mat work, road work, and such..

i will say my point again those that do yoga are under rated in the stregth department.

you said,"aint gonna seperate anyone from anyone doing ten minute long push ups which are basically useless", but i belive it shows the size of ones heart, who will quit and who won't... and who will quit before even trying...."i am not gonna try it....i know it will be friggin hard."

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Well if you have a wreslting background youll definatly be growing bjj skill rapidly, seeing as you have good movement to start out with.

And if you tapped him out and he got upset you should have knocked him in the face. My instructor always tells us how if you get mad that some one beat you that every one will teach you a lesson.
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yeah the first two times i ever rolled i submitted the guy i was against and both of them got mad at me, it really makes for awkward training cause i was the new guy in the class and wasnt trying to piss people off after that i tryed to stick to rolling with the older guys
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