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08 Aug 2017 22:42 #295930 by MJ Hannigan
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cute pictures with fun ideas. May be good warm ups or cool downs for a workout.

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08 Aug 2017 23:12 #295935 by JLSpinner
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MJ Hannigan wrote: cute pictures with fun ideas. May be good warm ups or cool downs for a workout.


Nobody starts off dead lifting 400 lbs

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08 Aug 2017 23:43 #295943 by Tellahane
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JLSpinner wrote:

MJ Hannigan wrote: cute pictures with fun ideas. May be good warm ups or cool downs for a workout.


Nobody starts off dead lifting 400 lbs

Unless you are 400lbs and are doing a pushup...
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09 Aug 2017 00:22 #295946 by Adder
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:D Or a handstand pushup!

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09 Aug 2017 00:24 #295947 by MJ Hannigan
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JLSpinner wrote:

MJ Hannigan wrote: cute pictures with fun ideas. May be good warm ups or cool downs for a workout.


Nobody starts off dead lifting 400 lbs


If someone did i would be worried.

But really i was looking at the jedi and cp America and wondering wow i can use them as warm up or cool dowm or one to each to my workouts.

Like run through 1 set 20 reps per exercise. Do you see what i mean.

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09 Aug 2017 00:29 #295948 by JLSpinner
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Understood. My apologies.

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09 Aug 2017 01:39 - 09 Aug 2017 01:40 #295957 by Albali Cometlast
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If someone did i would be worried.

But really i was looking at the jedi and cp America and wondering wow i can use them as warm up or cool dowm or one to each to my workouts.

Like run through 1 set 20 reps per exercise. Do you see what i mean.


Thats the idea, for each level of people they can use this any way they want, but if you are in an advance level, just try the Batman workout at even 3 and let me know, for me is an excellent workout that make me sweat a lot!

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09 Aug 2017 04:44 #295973 by MJ Hannigan
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Albali Cometlast wrote:

If someone did i would be worried.

But really i was looking at the jedi and cp America and wondering wow i can use them as warm up or cool dowm or one to each to my workouts.

Like run through 1 set 20 reps per exercise. Do you see what i mean.


Thats the idea, for each level of people they can use this any way they want, but if you are in an advance level, just try the Batman workout at even 3 and let me know, for me is an excellent workout that make me sweat a lot!

may the force be with you


4 of the Taekwondo classes i attend per week are with a cardio driven instructor. I never have to worry about breaking a sweat. After 5 minutes soaked from topknot to feet.

I will see how i can adapt pieces of this to my routine. Actually i will start a topic with my routine. Between strength training, yoga, taekwondo and kickboxing i am pretty much a gym rat.

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10 Aug 2017 00:12 #296212 by rugadd
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Yes, these are great for warm ups! And alot of fun!

Advice: When they get easy to do, go join a martial arts school: Your ready!

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10 Aug 2017 03:47 #296276 by Albali Cometlast
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MJ Hannigan wrote:
4 of the Taekwondo classes i attend per week are with a cardio driven instructor. I never have to worry about breaking a sweat. After 5 minutes soaked from topknot to feet.

I will see how i can adapt pieces of this to my routine. Actually i will start a topic with my routine. Between strength training, yoga, taekwondo and kickboxing i am pretty much a gym rat.


Yeah! thats nice, if you can post your routine that should be really awesome, for me it will work a lot since I've been working out with these and trying to find a little bit more difficulty
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