Here is a Zach Ruffo video that I have never seen before. I was just trying to figure this hit out the other day and was unable, but you can bet I'll keep on trying.
Bringing it to you here at Napalm's Corner.
This is how good Alan Kahn, the Speed Bag King, is. He has never practiced this song before and he is able to play the beat perfectly on the speed bag.
This guy is the pioneer of speed bag training. Leave him a comment on youtube.com and subscribe to his videos!
Posted by Jedd Johnson, CSCS at 5:13 PM
On December 9th, there will be two big grip contests going on. One is The Gripmas Charol, promoted by Chris Rice and takes place in Ohio. This contest will feature many of the top grip athletes in the eastern United States. I am going down to give it a try. To find out more, check out the Grip Contests section of the The Gripboard
Also, Alastair "BIG AL" Christie and Mike Daly will be promoting the Perth Grip Strength Challenge. Find out more HERE
The Adjustable Pinch set-up will be used at both contests. Will the record of 112.1kg fall on this colossal day of Grip? Stay tuned in two weekends' time...
Posted by Jedd Johnson, CSCS at 9:29 PM
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Posted by Jedd Johnson, CSCS at 8:03 PM
This is one of Smitty's latest videos showing an outstanding circuit for Grapplers. You'll see the only equipment needed is an army duffel with sand in it. Simple equipment, simple routine, outstanding results.
1A Sandbag Getups
2A Sandbag Clean & Press
3A Sandbag Military Press
4A Sandbag Shoulder Squat
5A Sandbag Lunges
6A Sandbag Torso Rotations
7A Sandbag Good Mornings
8A Sandbag Front Squats
9A Sandbag Pullthroughs
Posted by Jedd Johnson, CSCS at 6:23 PM