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Hindu Pushups.

Discussion in 'The Martial Arts Forum' started by mossy500camo, Jan 18, 2006.

  1. mossy500camo

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    Anyone else try these? Do 100 reps I DARE you.;N
     

  2. mossy500camo

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    Just do a Google search.
     
  3. ElectricZombie

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    I do them. For some reason, they are not that bad to me. Some people seem to hate them though.
     
  4. mossy500camo

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    Cool link. Thanks for the info. I do the Squats a little bit different. I squat and spring up into a jump using everything that I have in me, toes go into action as well. Do these in 10-15+ reps 5-6 sets.;g
     
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  7. Want HARD pushups? Try one hand on top of the other. Assume the normal pushup position then place left or right hand on top of the other. Proceed with the pushups. Its your choice which hands to place on the other.
     
  8. DriBak

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    I'm 37 and interested in some sort of MA for exercise, discipline and all around knowledge, am I too old to start, am I gonna end up in a class with 10 year olds kicking my arse?;f I live in a town of 100K with only a handful of studios, mostly TaeKwonDo
     
  9. mossy500camo

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    To old to start? Heck NO! You're never to old to start anything. So get Busy Buddy!:)

    Another DEMANDING pushup to consider. Get in the normal pushup position. Elevate one side (right or left) on a weight or block. The other arm on the floor. Proceed the Pushups. Then switch sides and repeat process.;g
     
  10. brawnless

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    Internal Arts quote "...applicable from 7 to 70..." not literally but it does go beyond that. My grandma started at seventy something.

    About ending up with 10 year olds... i doubt it. Unless in chinese temples, rarely do young people find interest in this.

    Tai Chi or some of its derivatives could be your answer. It is martial arts, a good form of exercise, requires discipline, not as physically draining as eg. thai boxing, generally slow movements, and most 10 yr olds find it too boring (compared to Tae Kwon Do). :supergrin: