any of you guys do this kind of training ??

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  1. Nickynoneck

    Nickynoneck Purple Belt

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    looks like it would work your core/tendon strength verywell . and stability while grappling .
     
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    That's nothing compared to what Frank Shamrock does
     
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    I like it, i've seen it before, with things as small as tennis balls. Shamrock is pretty good at it.
     
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    I roll with a buddy of mine that is 250lbs so his stomach is similiar to that ball, interesting workouts, id be interested in trying that out
     
  5. Nickynoneck

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    seems like an excersise you could do if you have a big living room which i have i want t buy soem cheap puzzle mats so i can lay them down and i can do some core and bodyweight excersies and i think this is gonna be one of the things iam gonna be doing .
     
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    hmmm interesting simulation to keep "flowing" in the movenments...its a good approach imo
     
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    this is pretty cool. I might try it,
     
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    interesting I wonder how many times it takes to not fly off and land on your ass
     
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    Yeah, I do it. "Wax on, wax off." I arrive at the gym early and do 10 minutes before and after my BJJ class, helps me get focused.
     
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    must get your body going for ground work twisting and stuff right ?? looks fun to me and the physiotherapists i work with told me its prob one of the best tendon strengthening/blanance excersies they have seen .
     
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    iam gonna try it , looks like a good way to practise my gurad pass ( you know the one i tryed at the tournament ) it was working for me at the club against guys like ben and i flipped over jimmy one night when he was there , haha screw working for it just flip over the guy haha .
     
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    umm...psychotherapist?
     
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    "physio"therapist ...you the know the guys that know all about this kind of stuff.
     
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    little update on this i got a stability ball and started doing it and after 20 mins i was drenched !! works your whole body its great !!

    i cant do anythingf or another month because of my shoulder but i can do this and it simulates newaza and works your core my mid section is sore from doing it its great ! blown away by this !
     
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    This combined with some jump roping would make a great warm up.

    Kudos
     
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    def i did 30 mins of eleptical and resistance training before it and i was sweating but holy crap i got right into it and started to pretend i was grappling pulling off cartwheels and stuff its def something iam gonna keep doing !
     

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