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Hide Yamagishi Chest and Calves Workout w/Trainer Eric Di Lauro Six Weeks Out from Tampa PBW

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  • #31
    Originally posted by Adrenaline5656 View Post
    couldn't have said it better myself. this is the first training vid i've ever seen of hide and i'm so impressed that i'm not gonna say anything about those vibrams lol.
    Yes Jordan did a great job lots of hours of editing...lol


    Eric Di Lauro
    Mr. Canada Pro Trainer
    Team Cutler Mr Olympia
    http://www.jaycutler.com/eric-dilauro.php
    www.newgenerationtrainer.blogspot.com/
    http://www.google.com/profiles/mrcanadapro
    http://www.youtube.com/user/mrcanadapro?feature=mexp
    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Eric-D...12916188788691

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    • #32
      Originally posted by wood View Post
      whats the go with the mouth guard???? also how come with the incline flys you straighten the arm? isnt the whole point of a fly to keep the elbows bent in a hugging motion to eliminate triceps/shoulders as much as possible?
      The mouthgaurd helps breathing helps you control it. i train bjj and muay thai and i put it on even when i lift weights

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      • #33
        Originally posted by Blkhulk25 View Post
        The mouthgaurd helps breathing helps you control it. i train bjj and muay thai and i put it on even when i lift weights
        I was always under the assumption it was from biting extremely hard and grinding the teeth while pushing hard (this is for weight training) for combat sports I thought it was to keep the teeth in place. Just what i've always thought. Feel free to correct me if i'm wrong.
        ‎"You have to do what others won't, to achieve what others don't" ~ Iron Mike Tyson

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Blkhulk25 View Post
          The mouthgaurd helps breathing helps you control it. i train bjj and muay thai and i put it on even when i lift weights
          a mouthguard would restrict breathing,, which is no benefit when lifting weights? you wear a mouthguard when u train because u have to fight with it and get used to the restricted breathing. the grinding of the teeth sounds more logical.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by ArmyOf1 View Post
            I was always under the assumption it was from biting extremely hard and grinding the teeth while pushing hard (this is for weight training) for combat sports I thought it was to keep the teeth in place. Just what i've always thought. Feel free to correct me if i'm wrong.

            It helps with the teeth grinding no doubt but that was a custom mouthgaurd if he wanted to stop grinding his teeth he would have gotten a boil and bite not a custom. In mma we train with mouthgaurd, because a actually a. we have to get used to restricted breathing. b. during sparring you dont want to get your teeth knocked out. I cant lie i was just on sherdog before ii commented on the subject matter and i was in that mode. sorry for the confusion.

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            • #36
              Thank you for your comment!
              My mouthgaurd is made by my dentist so it fits perfect. It would take some time to get used to it in your mouth when you train hard though.

              Originally posted by Blkhulk25 View Post
              It helps with the teeth grinding no doubt but that was a custom mouthgaurd if he wanted to stop grinding his teeth he would have gotten a boil and bite not a custom. In mma we train with mouthgaurd, because a actually a. we have to get used to restricted breathing. b. during sparring you dont want to get your teeth knocked out. I cant lie i was just on sherdog before ii commented on the subject matter and i was in that mode. sorry for the confusion.

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              • #38
                Love the way Hide really explains what he's doing and why - and he does it with limited English. To think of all the pro's born here in the USA who don't do that!
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                • #39
                  Originally posted by Ron Harris View Post
                  Love the way Hide really explains what he's doing and why - and he does it with limited English. To think of all the pro's born here in the USA who don't do that!
                  x2....Hide is a standup guy. Great form, technique, and intensity....inspiring!

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                  • #40
                    I agree it's great when he speaks and explains and get's interactive so people can get to know Hide.Over the past 2 years I have really got to know him, he has a great personality and is a real good person.



                    Eric Di Lauro
                    Mr. Canada Pro Trainer
                    Team Cutler Mr Olympia
                    http://www.jaycutler.com/eric-dilauro.php
                    www.newgenerationtrainer.blogspot.com/
                    http://www.google.com/profiles/mrcanadapro
                    http://www.youtube.com/user/mrcanadapro?feature=mexp
                    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Eric-D...12916188788691

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                    • #41
                      Damn I like hide. Nice training style and very nice person (what I have seen in videos) I hope he does well in Tampa and future aswell. Greetings from Finland!

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                      • #42
                        Hide, that's very high volume... does that affect your recovery period? I recently switched from high volume to less volume and heavier weights, and my joints and tendons feel 10x better. I think doing set after set was wearing me out.
                        BIG CALVES MEAN EVERYTHING. . .

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