Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by Davey Crockett, Feb 5, 2020.
Never heard anyone describe the density of a piece of metal like that.
Probably not density..probably rated burst pressure
Knee of steel
But can’t handle a wire on the ground!
You can express the strength of a steel in units of PSI, so you can also express the strength of a pipe in units of PSI by considering the cross sectional area of the pipe.
It's kind of meaningless in regards to what Tony is doing.
unless it's a flimsy little tube shit's fucked.
Hay that wire took out DC to a heavy weight
“Steel pipes sharpens bone pipes, as they say in India.”
- Kenny Florian
Is it proven that shit like this actually hardens you? Like the old monk shit?
I love Ferguson but most of this shit is dumb and just begging to get injured. Especially back flipping off the hoverboard?? why. balancing on a medicine ball while swinging that thing around above your head is also incredibly dumb and begging to fall and get injured.
It’s called Wolff’s law, basically microfractures throughout conditioning/healing cycles whilst gradually increasing the load of work over long periods will indeed strengthen bone density.
I'm no doctor but when I was a teen a friend of mine, after watching JCVD's kickboxer, thought that was a great idea to do this in order to harden his shins.
6 months later he broke one of his shin and was no shy to tell the doc "how is that possible ? I train my shins to be stronger"
The doc answered that this method was bad because it produces kind of micro-fractures to the shins and the body just produce bones calcium to the impact point.
And its like filling a hole in a wall with compound.
It seems strong but its just a lot of micro-fractures weld with shitty paste.
And when it breaks, it's a nightmare to repair that shit.
Pretty useful for MMA/kickboxers. The more "conditioned" the shins the harder they can kick, more kicks they can absorb.
Tony's methods are the best
Yet still gets mauled by the Russian bear Khabib LMFAO
Hold on I'm talking brother
- Tony Ferguson to his own son who tries to say his first word
Tony’s the type of guy to kick pipes apart instead of use a wrench
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