i do agree that kettlebells are not the best tool for pure strength
they are just too light and using momentum is not the best to develop...
very good points
again i hear a lot of talk, but no list and there are general exercises
that dont need to be specific so stop saying that
ahh skipping rope...
maybe it is?
but you explain excatly how do the swing or better yet
and back to the point i am sure his experiece in boxing or...
its not about wanting a simple answer, i just always read these guys putting down every possible training method
now i want to see, what they...
interesting video dealing with this topic
what do you guys think
and to the guys who are putting...
so i suppose you know more about what movements are better for these wrestlers then the championship trainers that told to do them,
this means nothing to many people who think that squats and deadlifts are the only needed tools to get stronger...
and whats better just doing dead lifts and squats
two lineral movements where you straight up and down,
this in your mind is the best for...
i agree with you, the guy in the clip is a beast, and for a lot of people who have not done kettle bell training, it seems easy
i can see what you mean but the mere fact that holyfield
didnt even get many warnings says the refs were not trying hard to see
what he was...
interesting for people who say they are a waste of time
have you guys actually done real kettlebell training
i dont mind mean some swings here...
i both agree and disagree,
your point about holyfield and hopkins being smart
is true but you mention our view and how the ref sees
i recently started training with kettlebells and they feel awesome
i feel stronger in grip and hitting
and not stiff like you do after some...
clinches are one thing, holding on to your foe
and making him carrying your weight is another
and yes a champion of 8 years can and should...
they should be included but they dont do so much holding
this is an interesting topic
you have wlad with his clinching and holding
and the refs never doing a thing about it....
this is the problem
"still he won"
also i liked that pulev hit him behind the head, fcuk the very first thing he did in the first round was...
well to be honest
the brothers probably would have done ok in any era
wlad clinching and holding and the ref always turning a blind eye...
vysotsky was NOT a southpaw
i have fought and i think
it all has to do with nerves-anxiety and adrenaline.
also it needs to be mentioned the pressure of being watched by...
running is like doing weights in a way
if your a fighter and you do some
if you do too much its not good
u will great in future matches
1st fight almost never goes to plan