Strength Basics

Getting stronger, fitter, and healthier by sticking to the basics. It's not rocket science, it's doing the simple stuff the right way. Strength-Basics updates every Monday, plus extra posts during the week.

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Pallof Press variation

I must have missed this the first time around, but my boss introduced me to it:

Pallof Press 2.0

It's a tube based variation with movement. Give it a try; if you do it correctly it's very challenging.

2 comments:

  1. I think your gym needs some tidying up ;)

    Seriously, though, I'll be following your blog with great interest, being a qualified PT/Fitness Instructor/Sports Massage Therapist myself. I recently became excited about a new MMA gym opening locally and made enquiries about the beginners course. But then I had a reality check and had to remind myself that 9 months post operative from a medial meniscus operation (that is still not 100%) I was potentially running the risk of having some over-enthusiastic twenty-something cranking on my leg and ruining my knee further. And at 48, I find my body doesn't bounce back so quickly any more.

    Very pleased to have found your blog, so keep up the great work.

    Kind regards,

    Mark

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  2. Are you volunteering to help clean up? Heh.

    I haven't been posting as often as I'd like on this blog, but it is active, and I'm glad you found it.

    As for MMA, if you can find a good instructor and trustworthy training partners, training injured is just fine. I'm recovering from a few injuries and I found that MMA is easier on me than cardio machines, weight training, bodyweight exercises, or even just walking around. You just need to know, 100%, that your partner won't crank on an injured part and responds with alacrity to a tap. If you can find a school like that, you can train even with pretty bad injuries.

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