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Old June 30th 03, 11:50 AM
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The new Dolfzine www.dolfzine.com has an interest martial arts article
on the jab plus some training articles that will be of special
interest to martial artists.

Vince McConnell's Elements to Progression. explains the many and
varied
ways to train effectively with weights. These are the real tools of
the
trade which have been proven over time to work. This is truly an
opus.

Andy Johns explains, in understandable English, what the term, often
abbreviated as PNF, Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation
Stretches
really means plus three types of stretches involved and then provides
5
stretches, complete with diagrams and in-depth instructions.
In Part 3 of the muscle balance and postural alignment series, Sam
Visnic
describes Faulty Alignment of the Pelvis, how to recognize it and
exercises
that can be done to alleviate it. Anatomical charts show the location
of
the large number of muscles that control this area.

New author Brian Jones, a strength coach, NSCA certified personal
trainer,
USA Weightlifting coach who is working on his doctorate in exercise
physiology, discusses Effective and Efficient Warm-Ups.
Former Mr. America, Richard Baldwin explains some basic myths about
stretching in Warming Up The Right Way includes more good tips about
how
to warm up and the benefits of doing so.

Jim Ganley in The Prodigy discusses the importance of genetics and
the
importance of desire as well.

From the Kickboxing series, Chad Boykin focuses on The Jab. Knowing
how and
when to use it is just as important as knowing how to throw it.

Whether you have an interest in boxing or not, Todd Rheinhard's The
Art of
Boxing, an interview of boxer and author, Ross Enamait, is a
fascinating
read. It's also a sport that requires superb conditioning and you
don't
have to get into a ring and get your nose broken to derive the
benefits.

Our two standbys from the first issue of Dolfzine Dave Draper (you may
have
heard of him) and Hugo Rivera present the two solid bread-and-butter
articles: Dave on dealing with Stumbling Blocks; Hugo outlines a
complete
diet program.

There is an article on Drop Sets, probably one of the quickest, yet
most
intense ways for the intermediate to advanced trainee to exercise.

Chip Conrad offers total body exercise in Need A Little Something
Different?

There is an article on how to "trash" your legs if you can't get to
the gym.

Jerry Telle who has become the terror of Supertraining has a
technical
article Why Does Lifting Weight Create Strength and Size?

Justin Abnee, a high school strength coach and a well-rounded athlete
in his
own right, discusses Training High School Athletes: In Season Strength
Training and gives scheduling and exercise recommendations.

And when you finish reading the fourth Harry Potter book, you can
start on
this issue. There is clearly enough to keep even a fast reader busy
for a
month.

And, oh yes, I wrote an editorial about the new "fat tax" being
discussed in
Congress, the House of Commons and the EEU. A plan to fight obesity by
taxing fatty foods. Peanut butter or Oreo cookies? It isn't too
clear.

ron

Ron Dobrin, President
Dolfzine On-Line Fitness, Inc.
A Not-for-Profit Foundation
http://www.dolfzine.com



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Old June 30th 03, 01:45 PM
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n Part 3 of the muscle balance and postural alignment series, Sam
Visnic
describes Faulty Alignment of the Pelvis, how to recognize it and
exercises


these areas aren't "clickable". Are they yet to come?

John
 




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