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04-20-2008, 11:05 AM
Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: Buffalo NY
Sounds like you need a bit of all but the strength training you find in these videos.
Do you have an agility ladder or need intruction on how to build your own? What is your occupation? Are there situations which you can use to aid your training.
For instance, in my work as a machinist, operating automated equipment that would spit out a small part every few seconds, I used the eject components for speed and reaction. When the machine spit out the small completed part, it would travel down a small 3" diameter PVC tube, downard into a catch pan. this was every 4.5 seconds. There was a gap of about 1.5 feet between the end of the eject tube and the catch pan. I would take a minute or two many times through out the shift to just stand and catch/snatch each part mid-air , transfer to my opposite hand and drop into another bin.
There are many things we do in our daily grind that can be adapted to help us reach our conditioning goals. Keep your eyes and mind open and you will find them.
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