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    Posted: 29 July 2008 at 2:07pm
 I've a Speed Chain in route .
 
 Speed Kills ( the ball )
 
 Hayes959 is proof
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Originally posted by randini randini wrote:

 I've a Speed Chain in route .
 
 Speed Kills ( the ball )
 
 Hayes959 is proof


Searching vigorously in the Member's Vault for "Speed Chain Fundamentals."

Having difficulties finding them, though.  
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote gwlee7 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29 July 2008 at 6:45pm
Hey come on now, randini is allowed at least one "gimmick"  .
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 It may be a gimmick , I don't know . At worst I suppose it will add to my workout program . I  talked to the Beast a little about it & he didn't say NO to my purchase , so I went for another stroll on ebay .
 
 It should be here Thursday .
 
 I'll tell ya what really made me go ahead & order the thing (besides the Beast) . I have a buddy that lives about an hour from me & he got one about 6 months ago . At the same time he bought a new Ping G10 with a "fitted" grafo. shaft & in about 3 months he had picked up over 20 yards .
 This guy plays to a 4 . His average drive was usually around 250 roll included . Now it's 270+ . So either it's the Driver or speed work......... or I think a bit of both .
 
 Take all of that as well as what we know the Beast has done with his speed work & how can I not give it a go ?
 
  I have worked with weights over 30 years & may have overcooked things with heavy lifting . The last couple of years I lightened the load a little & I figure the chains will be a good addition to enhance the quick fire .  
 
 Another 10 to 12 MPH average wouldn't hurt anything .
 
 As for Chains fundamentals..........here ya go ,
 
 Stay off of pretty lawns (1)
 
 Keep the bi&$% off me feet & from round me neck (2)
 
 


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Ah, the magic of variable resistance.  Tell you what, bro.  I have been off the speed workouts for a while and am physically feeling close to 100% again.  While at the course today, I will take some driver CHS readings to use as a start baseline.  Tomorrow, I will get back on the chains and get back into it.  I will hit the chains only and see if there is progress with the CHS over the next 60 days.
 
As we discussed by PM, keep it short, all out and rest.  You gain speed while resting.
I'm sure yu've seen this.
 
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All,

I purchased the SC (short for speedchain) about 3 weeks now and I have increased driver CHS from 103-105 to 108-110 and rarely go below 107. The results speak for themselves.

I have emailed the inventor, Kelvin Miyahira and he suggested do either of the following: 10 reps/10 seconds, do 4-6 sets with 1-2 minute rests in between OR 5 reps with 2 or 3 seconds in between reps, same number of sets. Do every other day. Also, he mentioned that some of the LDA guys do left handed swings (I am right-handed), not sure how this in incorporated in the workout but it makes sense since it will balance out the muscles in both arms/shoulders.

The overspeed device has also shown to enhance the workout as well. Will let you know when (of IF) I hit the 115 MPH barrier. Hey, why stop there, how about 120! I am 5'9", 158 lbs.
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marlon the magician,
 
Last November my average CHS was 110-112 when I began speed workouts, including the chains.  By March 1, I averaged 120+mph.  Hurt my back, life got in the way and the workouts waned.  BUT......STARTING TOMORROW I'M BACK.
 
Nice work.  Stick with it.  The chains work.  Kel has posted some great articles on speed.
 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote MonkeyClaw Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 July 2008 at 12:07pm
So is this guy saying that the hand speed should be as fast as possible and CHS should be highest prior to impact?
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That would be a question for the author, Kelvin.
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Where are the chains purchased? I do isometrics, I heard they help?
 
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