Experiment: 2 minute pull up

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    #46
    The one time I try to do something nice... Honestly!

    No, not a rat tail - just hold it by two corners and flap it up and down (at a medium pace) in the general direction of whoever might need a bit fresh air...

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      #47
      TheRaven this is interesting! I have upper body and lower body routines which are based on explosive concentric motion and a 3-second eccentric motion, but what you're doing is pretty extreme

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        #48
        SuperEv the way you do it is exactly how it was known to me, before I read about this method. I will cover it in-depth after my 10 days in a full coverage report, but basically by pushing it to his extreme extend and doing it even more slowly I just want to see what happens

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          #49
          Originally posted by Elektra View Post
          Hey girls ( Candace mkw and Sarasta I'm allready having a great time, just imagining the whole scenario. This is going to be better than a UFC Championship match. :p
          Elektra you too watch UFC???

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            #50
            Of course DareDevil . Doesn't everyone?

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              #51
              I don't know, here in Italy is not much followed, but I'm a big fan who's your favourite fighters?

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                #52
                As I am a wrestler, UFC of course is the EVIL COMPETITION .

                But seriously, I hardly have time to follow wrestling on TV so I could not even dream about watching anything else sportswise.

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                  #53
                  Hahaha you've right ValVerde lol I'm a fan of UFC and wrestling, depending on what I want watch if I want to see some good fights, blood, kicks and punches I watch UFC, instead if I want some good entertainment, acrobacy, powerslams, atletic moves, etc. I watch WWE or TNA or some of other promotions
                  Oh by the way, I'll try to make a video for the experiment ValVerde but I can't promise, I've only an old phone with a bad camera for recording
                  And we are spamming this thread a lot, sorry TheRaven lol

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                    #54
                    Well DareDevil to tell you the I'm an old schooler so for me the best times were thosefirst matches when there was no MMA but people of different styles fighting inside the octagon, with no rules. Those matches when Royce Gracie was the "ruler of The Octagon". My favorite was Nicolai Taktarov from Russia, cause I allways admired he's stamina. He never taped by the way. After that, from the more modern ones I like Da Silva, and right now I don't have any favorites. I like a lot the women's matches. The really know how to kick some a***. . But I really miss the old times.

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                      #55
                      Oh I know what you mean I've watched some old "MMA" fights, even Royce and others (Vitor Belfort etc. ) but I prefer the modern MMA, with rules, gloves and everything
                      My favourites are Chris Weidman, Jon Jones, Lyoto Machida and Conor McGregor

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                        #56
                        Originally posted by Elektra View Post
                        Of course DareDevil . Doesn't everyone?
                        O_O not everyone..... I have a strong aversion to the commercialization and competition of something that was made to protect one and kill an enemy.

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                          #57
                          like, I'm starting to warm up to competition itself, but the sensationalization and commercialization of these beautiful and deadly arts. It's a shame that we just have these people who train in the art just for the show at this point instead of for the sake of the art or to measure themselves in their art. In Fearless, the main character says that competition does not say which art is better but is used to show someone where they are in their journey.

                          Then I can take the other view, these are arts made for killing being used as a sport and to make money. That right there is a disgrace to what they were intended for. These are the martial arts, as Miyamoto Musashi would say, they lose their edge when they are commercialized.

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                            #58
                            Well Kyramlaar it's a good point of view I like both, the art itself, made for defense or kill, and the sport art, because I love watch some good fights at least with a fight I can watch who is better, and yes which art is better (depending on the fighter, of course)... In the beginning the tournament was made to see which martial art was better, but then they saw the success of this tournament and then it come MMA now MMA it's Muay Thai and BJJ, for the most of fighters (they are the best offense martial arts in my opinion and for other people), but sometimes you can see Karate, Judo (Lyoto Machida and Ronda Rousey for example), Free Style, Pit Boxe and others and there's a lot of event, that's what I like so I can relax sometime watching a good fight with my beer ( )

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                              #59
                              see, and those arts can be good, BJJ was considered one of the best for self defense. Now Krav Maga and Keysi are taking over. JKD and Wing Chun are also fantastically aggressive, just most of their practitioners have my view of not needing to be in a commercialized fight. It's the same with a lot of the true Hapkido experts as well do nothing like that either and they tend to be pretty dangerously changed. I don't really see UFC as a good measurement for the true abilities of an art anyway.

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                                #60
                                Not now, you've right because at the moment UFC and MMA in general have the same style, we can say that MMA is a fight style now, not a mix of martial arts, because most fighters use only the most dangerous moves of Muay Thai and BJJ, someone add Karate and other moves but almost every fighters use Muay Thai and BJJ

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