Sunday, February 6, 2011

Things to watch....

Work is really busy at the moment.  The rest of life is busy too - looking after aged relatives - which  means that every evening is taken up at the moment.  So I'm not realy getting the chance to spend as much time as I'd like to reading and training.

I have three DVDs sitting on my desk that I have bought but not yet had the chance to watch.  I've had  stuff from each of these guys before,  enjoyed it, learned from it and am looking forward to watching this material:

Ross Emanait - The Missing Links
This package includes two DVDs. The combined running time is 2 hours and 38 minutes.

Within these videos, you will learn inexpensive and effective ways to train the hands, neck, wrists, and core. These vulnerable areas often leave athletes susceptible to injury. Learn how to train these areas to protect yourself, while also improving athletic performance.

Gray Cook and Brett Jones: Kettlebells from the Center, Dynami - to correct the common deficit of disconnection between the extremities and the core. Gray and Brett will also expand on our elementary understanding of reflex-driven stability timing and will increase our understanding of neural loads and how to prepare the neural pathways from the grip through the core all the way to the toes.

Thug - Jitsu: Intelligent Asymmetric Responses to Violencethe name thug jitsu is a tongue in cheek reminder that violence is ugly and that how we best train for violence might not come from shoehorning pre existing martial arts training into a street context but by modelling the criminal predators, the "thugs" themselves. Taking the advantages and strategies they have and giving them back to the normal person in an effort to level the playing field.

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