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8/6/02 5:41 PM
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Greetings to Mr. Blauer and the PDR team, I have a question from the Combat Calisthenics video. Can I apply the 20/10 rule on the combat situps and pushups also ? Or, is there other ways ( pyramids, ladders, etc) to do those calisthenics ? Thank you. Regards, Ario Sastro
8/6/02 6:42 PM
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Ario: Great question. The short answer is Yes! You can apply 20/10's to any activity. The relative benefit will depend upon how "full body" the movements are, but they are all hard work. Go sensibly, but go hard! Good luck. Eric
8/6/02 8:04 PM
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Mr. Cobb, Thank you for the answer. I can train without doubts now. Proper visualization definitely makes the activity harder ! Regards, Ario Sastro
8/8/02 12:21 AM
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Thanks Eric.... Ario, remember Chess player drop weight during tournaments, that how hard they concentrate, the visualization in the COmbat Cal prgram is the key. THe 20/10 applicaiotn will benefit where ever you apply it, however the foundational research was based on aerobic/anaerobic study, so it's original applicaiton was the cardio realm. But I concur with Dr Cobb, injecting smart burst (once youre warmed-up) parallels what we may have to do as combatants. TOny
8/14/02 7:24 PM
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Whats 20/10?

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