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Lukasz Czopyk

Krakow, Poland
40 years old · Male

Member Since
Jan 11, 2017
Last Visit: Jan 28, 2018
10 Points
Point Rank: #27,156 Details

Likes Sport, Gym
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Sport 5.11d 5.11d
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Bikes, physics
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General > Training Forum
Reply: Any consensus on isometric vs. isotonic trainig fo…
Sep 15, 2017 I tried to setup pulley system for bar and hangboard but with little success. My living conditions are as they are... I dont want to discuss it here, but from variety of soluti… View Message
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Reply: Any consensus on isometric vs. isotonic trainig fo…
Sep 15, 2017 Enjoy:)As You can see it is digusting simple: 10 x 10 x 2 cm piece of wood with metal hook screwed into narrow side. The load is attached to the hook by sling. Most funny is, t… View Message
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Any consensus on isometric vs. isotonic trainig for finge…
Sep 15, 2017 Hi all,Looking for new stimulus for my trainig I have turned attention to "no-hang" device (actually one made by myself but similar to Grippul). One of many benefits I have not… View Message
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Reply: System board drill vs. overgripping?
Jun 21, 2017 Ok, after 2 weeks time to small update:Done:A small woodie under my system wall is arranged in following manner: kickboard is slab, while actual board is overhanging. With this… View Message
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Reply: System board drill vs. overgripping?
Jun 8, 2017 Hi, It is truly great to hear that some shares the same issues! (Ha, ha ha!..:)Well, going serious (and to some extent aside of the problem of this topic, I can say the followi… View Message
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Reply: System board drill vs. overgripping?
Jun 7, 2017 (Ok, thats gonna be another wall of text).About shoes: yes, that's true, shoes plays important role in slippery limestone and it is taken into account here. Usually I take 3 pa… View Message

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