punk in drublic
- Jan 18, 2007
A couple of years ago, a company came out with an exercise machine that guaranteed results in only four minutes a day. The main problem? The $12,000 price tag. My car doesn't cost that much. I'm not sure I've ever spent that much on anything, including my education
So you think it works?
That is pretty much how i usually train (muay thai). 3 or 5 minute rounds 1 minute break either on heavy bag or pad sparring. Just fancied trying the tabata method to compare results. I have an interest in different training methods as i studied Bsc Exercise physiology about 12 years ago. before the trees got aholdIf you've got a heavy bag, you should try going all ot for three minutes (eggtimer works) or usually a song on the radio is about three mins. Then a min of rest and so on.....for as long as you can stand it...
Lotta good advice here. Butch w 20 to 30 min work outs. I add racquetball (hi level, been playing for 35 years) and running 30 to 40 mins.oh i tried those squat thrusters. i did the following, 30 seconds of knee ups, 30 seconds of knee hugs, 30 seconds of 'hindu' squats, 30 secs of pressups then a rest then repeated. i then went into those squat thrusters with 10kg dumbells, did two sets then dropped down to 8 kg 'bells for the final 6 sets. i then went and did my usual gym workout......my legs have been tight and sore all day today. climbing hurts with sore quads
It is extremely effective and simple. I can tell what I get out of it by how good my racquetball game. Don't know if anyone is familiar with it but ball is traveling at 200 mph sometimes now.That's a weird looking contraption!