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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-25-2009, 11:32 PM Thread Starter
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Good workout for slaming and throwing?

Is there any good workout or equipment that gives you the most benifits for using slams and power throws?
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-28-2009, 11:52 PM
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Try squats and a homemade dummy lol. Take an old dufflebag and fill it full of sand or dirt and abuse it a little. That's what I did instead of buying a $200 dollar bag lol . Also try leg weights or a weighted vest if you have them. There's also a very smart technique on slamming, I'll try to see if I can set up a link. It's the way I do (and what I'm most known for) that uses your technique to increase momentum and make slams way harder

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The way i slam people is with my ankles and toes. Sense i have extremely girl/small legs.

And don't think i can't slam. I can pick up 250 pounders with my feet XD (I'm 163) Also, i flipped a 290lbs by using momentum haha.

Anyways on topic.

Deadlifts would work also, (You need a back for slamming.) Dufflebag is a really smart idea.
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