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    Kicking in martial arts is important and while i am a fan of V Gironda i find Sissy squats are very hard(for me) on my knees. Leg extensions are ok but this Video Shows a great alternative.. Tried it myself and itīs great.

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    was Training neck today with a plate like in the below Video and was asked by a guy what i was doing. Shrugs etc build neck to a degree but for a martial arts Trainer and also Boxers neck Training is important. More importantly for me because of a neck injury a year ago. remember guys some years back using the neck harness with a plate hanging from a chain. the wrestlers Bridge exercise i have never liked and always thought it was too dangerous.

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    anyone ever try Rex Kwon Do

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    Do you have any videos of you doing martial arts competition Donny?

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    So who would win in a fight between Chuck Norris and Steven Seagal?

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    Originally posted by Pitbull9 View Post
    Holy shit this looks awesome!
    weight Training is great for Judo although it goes against the original principles of "Ju". The rope climbing with weight is impressive and a great arm, lat builder.

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