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Spear the Fish - With Video

 
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phayze



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PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2009 7:31 am    Post subject: Spear the Fish - With Video Reply with quote

Inspired by this thread, I've come up with a little something special to share.

I think this move is pretty simple and it's got a little bit of everything: upper-body, lower-body, balance, coordination, explosiveness , cardio - it's a one-stop-shop!

The production was a but rushed on this one, so let me know if you think it needs some polish - I'm tempted to do it over again, but I've been really wanting to share this move with the class so I couldn't wait for perfection. Does it need more explanation? Be honest, I'm very receptive of constructive criticism.
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Kevin



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PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2009 4:38 pm    Post subject: Re: Spear the Fish - With Video Reply with quote

Gonna have to try this...

You've developed quite a group of alternative moves. Nice work!

phayze wrote:
Inspired by this thread, I've come up with a little something special to share.

I think this move is pretty simple and it's got a little bit of everything: upper-body, lower-body, balance, coordination, explosiveness , cardio - it's a one-stop-shop!

The production was a but rushed on this one, so let me know if you think it needs some polish - I'm tempted to do it over again, but I've been really wanting to share this move with the class so I couldn't wait for perfection. Does it need more explanation? Be honest, I'm very receptive of constructive criticism.

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 03, 2009 1:16 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Phayze,

You've set a high bar with your previous videos, but I think this one is definitely up to that standard! Very clear, and way better than any version of the move I've tried myself. It's a very natural, uncontrived way of getting both some coordination and the legs into the picture in a big way. And the way you do it, at least, it's not at all doofy looking. It's almost elegant -- if one can use such a word to describe jumping around with a sledgehammer.

Thank you!

Reinhard
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Jishin



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PostPosted: Mon Nov 02, 2009 5:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This was an *awesome* workout. I tried it out this morning and it really does everything -- strength, balance, and cardio. Nice! I'll be using this one long-term for sure. Very Happy
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Kevin



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PostPosted: Mon Nov 02, 2009 10:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Only you could get away with that term, Reinhard.
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Phayze,

. And the way you do it, at least, it's not at all doofy looking. It's almost elegant -- if one can use such a word to describe jumping around with a sledgehammer.

Thank you!

Reinhard

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