Saturday Chain Yoke Carry.

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  1. Bubble Boy

    Bubble Boy Black Belt

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    Get your asses out of bed Saturday morning and do your chain yoke carries.

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  2. Ascendant

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    I love how the spotters have their belts on also.

    Unity!
     
  3. Chris Beeby

    Chris Beeby Brown Belt Professional Fighter

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    Whats a close alternative
     
  4. fat_wilhelm

    fat_wilhelm Black Belt

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    I did my chain yoke last weekend for the first time. Worked up to 643. It was lovely.
     
  5. Jake Martin

    Jake Martin Amateur Fighter

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    I wish I had a chain yoke. I'll have to make one this summer.
     
  6. BlastBeats

    BlastBeats Cogito Ergo Dubito

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    Well you could gut a car and install straps on the inside of the body and Fred Flinstone it around.
     
  7. Bubble Boy

    Bubble Boy Black Belt

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    If you don't have access to a chain yoke apparatus, approximate it to the best of your abilities.

    Fatty, there's a typo in your post. You typed 643.
     
  8. Andy Rickert

    Andy Rickert Amateur Fighter

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    yes, he meant approximately 6,430,000
     
  9. finnegan

    finnegan Mountains and Fleas

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    Need to make one still. Would a car axle work?
     
  10. RedNeckJiuJitsu

    RedNeckJiuJitsu Black Belt

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    I really should try to make a yoke while I'm home this summer... although I don't have enough weight to really do it...
     
  11. Biddy#26

    Biddy#26 White Belt

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    For those that might not know, the guy in the red tshirt in the video is Anthony Perosh, a Machado bjj black belt and former UFC fighter at heavyweight, He has made a huge contribution to helping Morris advance his submission/wrestling game.

    Putting Brads lifts into perspective, Anthony weighs roughly 100kg and moves around 250kg, i weigh 98kg and have moved 271kg over 15metres.

    Although it looks simple, it takes a real bad motherfucker to move 300plus kgs
     
  12. Forcetti

    Forcetti Orange Belt

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    That is awesome, hopefully I can train at SPMA one day, definitely seems like one of the better gyms in Sydney.

    Btw, anyone know how I can get an awesome Aussie Death Carriage av?
     
  13. Lusst

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    No clue.
     
  14. Standard

    Standard Too dumb to learn, too stubborn to quit

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    i think the diff would get in the way, but you could remove the gears and have it double as a very painfull helmet
     
  15. Forcetti

    Forcetti Orange Belt

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    Cheers!
     
  16. Merrill

    Merrill Purple Belt

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    I think he means a rear axle off a FWD car. Some of them have a heavy straight pipe with a hub on either end. The spring mounts would work for holding the chains or the hubs could too.
     
  17. Bubble Boy

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    Do your chain yoke carry boys (and girls). Today is the day.
     
  18. Standard

    Standard Too dumb to learn, too stubborn to quit

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    I don't consider FWD a vehicle, RWD or AWD only


    Besides i like my helmet idea better
     

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