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rere
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Posted: 30 April 2008 at 13:07 | IP Logged Quote rere

Still no sign of sa-dude

Anyone got his cellular/mobile phone no?

yes wutangswords I agree with you on some of your drills those are some of my favourites too, only be recently concentrating on pull ups as you know I want to do one arms sometime next year.

Sit and tuck what is that?  do you have a link?

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cnergyfitness.blogspot.com/2007/06/advanced-abs-1-sit-tucks.html cnergyfitness.blogspot.com/2007/06/advanced-abs-1-sit -tucks.html

i love doin al those exercises. its kinda stupid bit I feel like a prisoner, army man or a boxer crankin out pull ups and stuff

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Posted: 01 May 2008 at 10:19 | IP Logged Quote rere

Nice!! My kind of drill. It's nice to shock the abs from all different angles too. The plank is a good one and side planks.

I agree with the guy that the back needs to be warmed up thoroughly before attempting any ab drill.

mine has significantly strengthened since doing deadlifts though.

i love doin al those exercises. its kinda stupid bit I feel like a prisoner, army man or a boxer crankin out pull ups and stuff

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Posted: 01 May 2008 at 11:49 | IP Logged Quote wutangswords

yeah. i dont really do the plank though because i did it basically everyday for a year and we always do itin training so im a bit sick of it to be honest
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Posted: 01 May 2008 at 16:00 | IP Logged Quote Yvette Savage

Favs:
Atlas Dips
Sit Ups without feel supported
DorsiiFlex -lying facedown and raising head, feet, and arms
Pull ups
Sprints up hill
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Posted: 01 May 2008 at 21:07 | IP Logged Quote greg

my personal favorites that really kick my ass...

Hill Sprints
Hindu Squats
Chinups & Pullups
Wide Pushups on Rings
Bridging
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Posted: 02 May 2008 at 13:40 | IP Logged Quote rere

wutangswords wrote:
yeah. i dont really do the plank though because i did it basically everyday for a year and we always do itin training so im a bit sick of it to be honest

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Posted: 25 September 2008 at 23:42 | IP Logged Quote friscobob

At this juncture of my life I now only do five exercises, and they are pushups, half way knee bends, the plank exercise, pullups/chinups, and walking. They do the job for me, and there is very little risk of injury
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Well, these might not (most likely not) be the world's most difficult bodyweight exercises.  But these are the most difficult and best bodyweight exercises that I can do:

* Pull-ups & Variations (including horizontal body rows)
* Push-ups (or press-ups) & Variations (including hindu push-ups)
* Bodyweight squats & variations (including split squats, bulgarian squats, lunges, and pistols - which I can't totally do yet)
* Bridging & variations
* Situps & planks & variations

And put burpees on this mix just for fun!smileys/smiley2.gif"
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Posted: 19 December 2008 at 21:05 | IP Logged Quote splinkter

hey all 1st post woooo!!!

now i got that out my system I've normally been doing some form of martial arts so bare with me as my exercises will be stuff that will aid there.

1. butterfly punches (love these)
2. press ups
3. dorsal raises
4. horse riding stance(or half squat would be best way to put it)
5. sit ups

plus i'm curently training for Levers although i can't quite get them down yet else they'd end up in there.
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