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Sports Discussion / T20 World Cup
« on: October 23, 2022, 08:20:16 am »
Man oh man, what a great start to the t20 world cup. I was just watching the India vs Pakistan match today, as those are "el-classico" style of matches, rivalry that boost the viewership and ratings.

But in this match India were down with a 75% chance of losing, needed 16 points from 6 balls towards the end and somehow Pakistan crack under pressure and India just takes it home for the win.

A legendary match indeed.

https://www.t20worldcup.com/video/2869705

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This fight was a great explosive firefight, never seen anyone go toe to toe and even out counter canelo like Bivol does. Canelo is a scary power puncher like when he just blasted calumn smiths arm till it was out of use and just got rid of him, the upper cuts, the combos and just too much power. Bivol on the other hand slick, disciplined boxer with power behind his jabs, excellent counter puncher and countering with combos too. First time i'm seeing canelo gassing out.

 :headbang: :headbang: :headbang: :wowthatwasnutswtf: :motherofgod: :motherofgod: :o :o

I would recommend the whole fight and if not then watch the highlights at least.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJ7DUb5DkcE" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJ7DUb5DkcE</a>

Been a long time since I seen a fight like this, really got me hyped up and on my feet throughout.

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Strength, Power, Reactivity, & Speed Discussion / Power Snatch manual
« on: December 12, 2021, 07:46:40 pm »
What I thought about the power snatch was all wrong, I used to do high hang snatch by holding the bar at the hip crease and then using the hip to push the bar up but that is wrong but rather I should be jumping up and the extension from slight knee bent and shoulder over bar to straight up will look like you are thrusting the bar but you are not.

Found quite a few instructional videos from oleksi torokhti.

It's a very technical lift and difficult that if rushed can result in an injured pelvic bone.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ygoz0ANCcto" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ygoz0ANCcto</a>

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KP6JyqqNS1I" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KP6JyqqNS1I</a>

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Bodybuilding / Skinny fat dilemma
« on: August 05, 2021, 03:52:47 pm »
Lol who would've thought that I would be asking this type of question, skinniest guy throughout college and a hard gainer and after some working out I have seen my lower belly bloat out. I was stuck at 8.5 stones now I have gotten to 11 stones 72kg.

The belly doesn't stick out in front, it's the wide love handles and that rounds to the front rather than curving inwards.

I am currently doing a sprint workout, explosive power workout on Tuesday and Thursday and speed or plyos on Saturday.

I want something simple I can do everyday in the morning that doesn't take too much time.

I don't eat fast foods or much sugary or fatty foods, only home cooked. I limit myself on sugar foods.

My core is strong, ab rollouts and windshield wipers can do them 8 to 10 reps.

I can add an image but it's not a pleasant site.

I want to get rid of the love handles and have toned abs like sprinters have to remove any excess weight.

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Sports Discussion / 2020 olympics
« on: July 27, 2021, 09:55:58 am »
Some good medals for team gb but there seems to be some curse on team gb taekwondo last second loss.

Why?! Frustrating same happened to Lutalo in rio

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Injury, Prehab, & Rehab talk for the brittlebros / shoulder impingement
« on: December 16, 2020, 05:59:08 am »
Gave some detail in my journal of how I think I got it.

But the pain occurs when I rotate my shoulder internally, meaning stick elbows to the side causes pain as there is slight interior rotation but facing the hand down, such as pulling my trousers up causes pain and then with my hand in that position elbow pointing up and hands down at the side if I push my hands towards the back major pain in the front delts and also I get pain in the rear delts.

I did the hawkings kennedy test, which showed this impingement.

Currently doing the band work where arms at side and elbows bent and hands facing front at chest height and bands at the side and I stretch the bands side to side motion.

Below is a video of the ones I was referring to the one handed ones, the two handed one they do where they bring the hand towards the waist causes pain.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FkzYvxhgqQQ" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FkzYvxhgqQQ</a>

But also rotating shoulders externally with same position as i mentioned when pulling trousers up instead facing the hand in front grab rubber band and pull hand upward rotating shoulders externally.

Anyone got any other tips to help

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I have been practicing and strengthening my broad jumps.

My single leg Broad jump for both legs is around 1.8m + a little more.

But my double leg Broad jump is only maxing at 2.4m.

It's hard for me to get further than this. Seems like my single leg jump is progressing only.

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Injury, Prehab, & Rehab talk for the brittlebros / Rehab my left leg
« on: August 16, 2020, 04:22:02 pm »
It has been an ongoing problem with my left leg not only the knee but also the hips, especially when I sit with the left leg crossed over my right thigh and press my left knee down or do single leg squats my left hip clicks so I will go through my rehab process and some assistance as well. There was also knee pain and instability of left leg now some pain not as much as before.

I was watching a youtube video by squat university where he was helping Martin Licis.

I did the test of going into lunge position at the bottom and place front feet 6-7 inches away from the wall and try touch the wall.

With the right foot easily with little to no support I could touch the wall with my knees and bring it 10 inches away and almost with support bring it 2 fingers with near the wall and feel it in my lower calf.

But with my left foot I had to really try hard and force my knees forward to touch the wall when 6-7 inches away and tightness is lower calf.

Already doing some knee rehab suggested by CoolColJ

backwards stuff
forward step ups (peterson step up I think)
Quad stretch on couch

So will do the side step ups too and try increase height.

Airplane hip assisted work is good, hold onto something in front while leaning forward at the hip, stand on foot and the other leg extended behind and rotate the hip outwards opening your hip feeling stretch on the adductor and hold for 5 seconds.

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Strength, Power, Reactivity, & Speed Discussion / Pre Testing Warm ups
« on: August 01, 2020, 09:02:06 am »
I'm curious to know the warm up routine of people on here before they test their vertical jumps, max lifts and before timing their sprint times.

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Have you guys ever had that hamstring pain when you stretch your quads bringing your heels to butt but when the angle reaches 45 degrees hamstring contracts and stiffs and cramps and you dare not straight your legs as muscle is stiff and will cause more pain then iris until you slowly bend and straight till it goes. Gives me understanding of hamstring tear when sprinting.

So I quickly bring heel so my hams don't have to contract when going slow as hamstring has to stabilise legs when being raised slowly.

It is very tight and painful if I let my legs be bent any opening of the knees and hell breaks loose.

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Article & Video Discussion / Sprint technique training
« on: December 25, 2019, 05:20:18 pm »
I got to wondering what exercise that exists that most closely relates to the motion of a sprinter from the blocks to the drive out of the blocks.

A lot of exercises that work on the posterior chain do a lot of the knee extension part of the sprint but I don't notice a lot of resistance in the hip extension.

Maybe the use of rubber bands at the waist while doing something like the squats.
hip thrusts useful for hip extension but not so much for knee extension.

And me as usual I like to draw out my problems, which you can see below with some noted exercises that closely resemble but there is always that balance of specificity with convenience. such as doing step ups but adding hip bands to add resisted hip extension.



box squats with the shins straight and hips drawn back but keeping barbell over toes. But would create mechanical disadvantages and so on.

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Sports Discussion / Why is there no cricket thread
« on: July 14, 2019, 03:26:37 pm »
England vs new zealand match will go down in history.

Quick recap
New Zealand bat first. Do ok and start picking up the pace and score 241. England do Well but new zealand make it difficult. 39 runs required with 12 balls. 15 points required with 7 balls. 2 points requires and 1 ball. It's a tie.super over. England go first and get 15 in one over.new Zealand given gift wide ball . Score six and 2 points needed and 1 ball left. Tie again. But England win as they scored more field runs or something like that. First time champions. :headbang:

Note: Pakistan vs India got me into cricket recently
Also we need cricket thread.

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Injury, Prehab, & Rehab talk for the brittlebros / Misc Rehab Stuff
« on: July 23, 2018, 01:59:01 pm »
I didn't know where to post this but found out quite a few interesting things I didn't know about because of my recent back pains. I was looking at back pain diagnosis and reasons behind it and came across one test.

Lie on your back and lift one leg up straight and bring it 90 degrees, if you can do it that is good if you find it difficult to get to the 90 degrees then your muscle is probably hypertonic, meaning it is in a mild contraction state even if you are at a relaxed state.

I could raise my left leg up easily but right leg was a struggle.

I had never heard of hypertonic or what muscle tone was; except for how ripped you look, which is sort of tone is but there is more to it.

When your hamstrings are hypertronic then increasing flexibility can help and tight hamstring as we all know is a factor to low back pain.

Stretches you can do include lying on back and bring knees to chest and try and extend the knee and hold stretch or lie in front of door frame and one leg straight up against the door frame and other leg straight through the door gap. or any other forms of muscle energy technique stretches.

I will post more on the other tests. But below is a site explaining about hypertonic muscles which is interesting.

https://www.dwsportsmassage.com/blog/2014/05/hypertonic-muscles

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Pics, Videos, & Links / Amazing feats performed by young kids
« on: April 30, 2018, 07:52:41 pm »
Didn't know a good title for this thread, so just did the entire title

I found this video of a little kid imitating the bruce lee nun chuck scene don't remember the movie name. I think Iron fist not sure.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lqQQNp6fqGU" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lqQQNp6fqGU</a>

very accurate, i think choreographed but still very close.

talented, more videos on his youtube channel.

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I am familiar with isometric method training, where a muscle contraction is held for a certain period of time to develop strength.

But I never knew certain things, which I found out when researching about isometric training for speed development.

below is from a website trying to promote their program, which I don't buy in to but rather the concept of using isometric training to recruit more fast twitch muscle fibres and motor units and whether this is really true.

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Isometric training does not require repetitions in the traditional sense.  Instead, muscles are locked into a position for a given period of time forcing your body to recruit those much needed fast twitch fibers that are almost always ignored for their natural ability of speed with other types of training (for example, plyometrics, weight training, etc.).
source: https://athleticquickness.com/isometrics-ideal-speed/

https://www.livestrong.com/article/376630-isometric-exercises-for-speed-training/

somepeople on youtube have suggested this type of workout to such as overtimeathlete about being in a lunge for a period of time.

Anyone knows about isometric and it's effectiveness is recruiting muscle fibres and motor units and what the exact detail is about the timing and when to get the most effect out of it.

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