personally, i think if you have it in you to do this BS exercise you thought up, you probably have the energy to do some squats or deadlifts, and actually get something done.
theres no point in trying to re-invent the wheel. the wheel works, and its efficient, leave it alone.
people are getting big and strong all over the world with the basic movements that have been popular weight lifting movements for quite some time now.
id file this just slightly more beneficial that kickbacks on a bosu ball.
fair enough, but can i just say that i do do squats and deadlifts. your reply sounds like your accusing me of only doing this exercise, which i admit would be stupid. and i’m not trying to reinvent the wheel, just refine it. did you know that the original wheel was made from a single piece of trunk, but they found that it was prone to splitting so someone refined it and made it out of three planks fitted together and cut into a circle.[/quote]
sorry, i should have realized by the original post that you made that you were one of “them” and left it alone. my mistake. proceed with your biceps/abs blaster and youre sure to keep that six pack and you might just break the 13" mark on those biceps sometime in the near future! on the other hand, if you stuck to the basics and quit trying to re-invent shit, you might someday have more than a skeleton to hang your clothes on.