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Old 01-01-2007, 01:58 PM   #1
Michael Lynn
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I'm looking for information about building the strength and cooridination to do one arm pullups and pushups. I know they're two different exericises, however I didn't want to make two threads :-)

Any infomartion is appreciated,
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Old 01-01-2007, 06:01 PM   #2
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search the boards. lots of info. i've started many similar threads in the past.

also check out "the worlds fittest athelete" thread in 'fitness' to see my post for a link to the guy doing one arm pushups. i was having difficulty until i saw that vid. now i can do them pretty easily. it has a lot more to do with technique and tension, then actual strength. sometimes you just need to see it.
and under the exercise link of the cf main page there is a vid of a guy doing one arm pullups.

also check out a website called beast skills. also, dragondoor. both are excellent sites (ws/fs)

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