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Thread: effects of doing stone warrior workouts for years

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frost View Post
    I remember reading the articles about green dragon and their powerlifting team (still have it actually), they always maintained they build their strength via these special programmes and not powerlifting just used powerlifting as a vehicle to show how good their system was
    Of course they have a long history of making claims which may or may not be umm truthful

    Personally Whilst I like to do a few minutes of a dynamic set I know every day as a warm up and stretch, building strength is left to powerlifting and strongman stuff
    Here, is that like the isometric guy from a long time ago who said that he only used his exercises, but that he uses weight lifting to test his strength, however he got brought to court or something and said that he used weights a few times a week?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mawali View Post
    their local landowners, or those with hereditary titles of some kind. There was no need for special exercise equipment or tools.
    what the fuk are you smoking the richer kung fu guy is the more equipment he can afford. what the fuk do u even train

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    Greetings,

    The following reviews are for Harry Wong's "Dynamic Strength". Some have worked with that program for several years. I think their feedback over what they gained from that program is relevant to the subject matter of this thread.

    http://www.amazon.com/Dynamic-Streng...&sortBy=recent

    mickey

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    Quote Originally Posted by IronFist View Post
    Here, is that like the isometric guy from a long time ago who said that he only used his exercises, but that he uses weight lifting to test his strength, however he got brought to court or something and said that he used weights a few times a week?
    No idea thars what he said but then green dragon guys aren't exaclty known for telling the truth lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by SevenStar View Post
    Sanjuro, how similar is this to sanchin?
    Sanchin is to the IW and STone warrior what checkers is to chess.

    Sanchin ( and it's Kung Fu equivalents) are perfect for prepare for the more advanced stuff.
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    Iron Fist,

    I know what you mean. Static muscle contraction is a strong strength training exercise. Second to concentric exercise. With eccentric exercise being the strongest. Personally, I do horse stance exercise once a week. Anyway, stone warrior workout is not a good workout if the whole training session consists mainly of static muscle contraction exercises.





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    [sits down at the table]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oso View Post
    [sits down at the table]


    No sitting here.

    You must be in a stance.
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    thanks but I'll just keep sitting here,
    "George never did wake up. And, even all that talking didn't make death any easier...at least not for us. Maybe, in the end, all you can really hope for is that your last thought is a nice one...even if it's just about the taste of a nice cold beer."

    "If you find the right balance between desperation and fear you can make people believe anything"

    "Is enlightenment even possible? Or, did I drive by it like a missed exit?"

    It's simpler than you think.

    I could be completely wrong"

  10. #40
    Quote Originally Posted by Oso View Post
    thanks but I'll just keep sitting here,

    If your legs are too weak to hold a traditional stance, you may choose to hold a Wing Chun stance instead...
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    I have easily beaten every one I have ever fought.....

  11. #41

    Is it approaching the 100 day mark, IronFist

    Greetings IronFist,

    How did it go?

    mickey

  12. #42
    Quote Originally Posted by mickey View Post
    Greetings IronFist,

    How did it go?

    mickey


    Even at 80 days, he should have produces some substantial development.

    Before and after pics would be great!
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    I have easily beaten every one I have ever fought.....

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