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Old 02-21-2003, 12:43 PM   #1
Daniel Ramos
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The only bike I have available has no distance calculator or levels. I will just pedal as fast as posible, but for how long?? BTW Im on last saturdays workout. Just started with last weeks tabata workout two days ago. Legs are still in serious pain, yesterdays Sanshou workout did not help either.

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Old 02-21-2003, 01:27 PM   #2
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Daniel- Sanshou is awesome! i have been trying to get the scisor takedown figured out...in capoeira it is clled tesoro. Where do you train?
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Old 02-21-2003, 01:54 PM   #3
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I'm from San Juan, Puerto Rico and train at my Sifu's house in Carolina. We train Sanshou as part of a more traditional sistem called Shaolin Tsu Shiao (might be misspelled, shame on me), that came to Puerto Rico by way of Japan and then Colombia. Our school has quite a bit of students across the island but where I train there is only six of us and we specialize in Sanshou becaouse thats what my sifu enjoys the most. He is famous around the puertorican CMA comunity as kind of a sadistic bastard and has fought in China in a couple of ocassions. I have only been at it for about 4-5 months and also do Judo training so my teacher hasnt really gone to deep into take downs with me. So I have really no experience with the scisor takedown. There was a great discusion on it here

http://www.mma.tv/TUF/index.cfm?FID=22

(judo forum at MMA.tv)

Im sure you will find it helpfull.

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Old 02-21-2003, 02:28 PM   #4
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Right on! Sorry I cant help with your original question!
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Old 02-22-2003, 01:20 PM   #5
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Lucky enough my mom's exercise bike did have a mile counter. I'ts the kind whith arm thingies that you can't adjust recistance with. Each 2 mile bout took abou 8 minutes, but my cardio sucks. Instead of doing clean and jerks with 135, I did clean an push presses with 60 pound dumbels since I't was to inconvenient to take my Oly bar to my mothers house. Prety nasty workout. Whole thing took a little under 40 minutes.

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