Arm Wrestling and Wrist and Forearm Strength Tips from the Best - Part 2
Released on: February 19, 2008, 7:48 am
Press Release Author: Bill Collins
Press Release Summary: Special training tips: Speed & technique are things that a gym can\'t provide for you. To become a champion, you\'ll need to train with someone that can show you these special tips. Speed comes from reflexes and is very important in armwreslting.
Press Release Body: contd... Dedication: You have to believe in yourself. The pain and soreness from training is unlike any pain you may encounter from a normal work out. Training: There are several different work outs for your body, but you go beyond the normal routine and find exercises that target those special areas for conditioning and strengthening; special tools, special equipment (store bought and home made). No work on this earth targets tendons and very few for gripping... Nutrition: Concentrate on eating right. Don\'t get hung up on diets that change your proper eating habits and don\'t eat foods that increse risk factors. The proper nutrition is a huge factor to help make huge gains and speedy recoveries. Eat natural food. One product that is a huge factor and is a part of my every day life a natural product called Xango. It\'s loaded with major anti-inflammatory vitamins and other great ingredients that have scientific validation. Tthis product is amazing. Not only for nutrition but for major aches and pains and associated health problems. You can find this info on http://www.goxango.com/collins & http://www.xango.com discounted rate are applies by using I.D #4604206. Special training tips: Speed & technique are things that a gym can\'t provide for you. To become a champion, you\'ll need to train with someone that can show you these special tips. Speed comes from reflexes and is very important in armwreslting. Exploding on your starts by telling yourself \"ready go\" while pulling bands and cables will enhance your reflexes. The are several types of techniques with hooking being the most common for beginners. Hooking is when you turn your wrist inward to your body and push down toward a table were your arm is resting. Dragging is when you curl your wrist to your face and drag them across the table or into you chest. Over the top is the most difficult but is the most effective when performed correctly; keep your knuckles pointing upward and act like your pouring a soda in a shirt pocket (chest on opposite of the arm you are pulling with). You are extending their arm away from their forearm and body while in a flex forearm position. This causes their wrist to bend backwards causing them to extend their power and lose leverage. contd...
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