John did a lock down chest workout video not so long back, one of the exercises was press ups with a band stretched right over his shoulder blades to make them harder, that’s as good as a bench press in these times...
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When you get the bands you will be able to use them to assist your chin ups, eg doing your sets without them to ultimate failure, then a set or sets with them, like a drop set principle which will get you more reps and principally more work done in total. You will like John Meadows, the fella comes ...
😄 I’m very fortunate to have the gear at home but I’ve just been ticking over with weights. I go for max pb’s in some lifts twice a year, with bench and squat already been done for this half of the year. To be honest I’m very happy with my strength level now and I’m concentrating on improving fitnes...
- Sat Apr 11, 2020 7:52 am
- Forum: Flycasting - 2 handed
- Topic: Movies of Grant Casting.
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You are right Lasse, 65ft with a 21 footer is what was mentioned in the book, I thought I'd read that he'd beaten it some years later. Have you cast a 21 foot rod like these, I'm guessing they were greenheart. Only have had the pleasure of throwing a 21 foot carbon copy thing made by Sage for a bri...
- Sat Apr 04, 2020 9:52 am
- Forum: Flycasting
- Topic: Q: single handed spey casting - curve on the end the fly line
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Rod rebound curve layouts can also come from a vertically orientated casting plane, for a small experiment try making an alternative Wiggle cast with a vertical rod (by shaking the tip straight up and down after the loop is away), the shape you put in the line has to fall somewhere.
Lee and Lasse that’s really interesting and very much worth listening to🙂 I may have to reconsider and accept what I feel as a downside when casting overhead for the obvious advantage on the Spey. particularly worth considering as unless I am remembering this incorrectly you were very much behind t...
If I was to take these tests again I would without question use the RIO single hand Spey. Which one would I choose? A 6# and I might also be tempted to knock a foot or two off the tip to get the length into the mid 30’s. Headlength on the singlehand spey is targeted at 33 feet, I wouldn't knock any...
If I was to take these tests again I would without question use the RIO single hand Spey. We spent hours on the river going through all the prototypes that were sent and like any rear biased line they work best with the head plus some outside of the rod top (a hauls length worth at least). If you ar...