How To “Be All You Used to Be”

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Re: How To “Be All You Used to Be”

Post by stuward » Tue Feb 28, 2012 5:51 pm

Here are some rollout progressions. ... e_training" onclick=";return false;

Here's the basic KB swing ... Swing.html" onclick=";return false;
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Re: How To “Be All You Used to Be”

Post by Dub » Wed Feb 29, 2012 2:06 am

bobgr wrote:Ok. On this site, it says rollouts are for the Iliopsoas. So what other exercises do you all recommend for abs? (And I have no idea how one would do rollouts standing up, but that's advanced and I'm not.)

Anyone which of the kettlebell exercises shown on this site do you recommend?

Re the number of sets, I'll try to do one warm-up and two that I can do each at least 6 reps but no more than 12. Any more than that and I 'll be in the gym too long.
The rollouts are great for abs, obliques and the back muscles. Also for the hip flexors. The article I linked has almost every possible ab-exercise listed on the bottom chart. Check from there.
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Re: How To “Be All You Used to Be”

Post by bobgr » Wed Feb 29, 2012 10:03 am

Got it and read it. A little abstruse for my level of knowledge but I'll look up the exercises in the chart. I'd forgotten about them when I posted the question. Thanks, Dub.

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