30 minutes hard >.<
so, i finally made the 30 min none stop rev.. i made like 280000 in 30 minutes.. i have been powerballing for about 10 months now... and i think ill fill this 30 minutes in the morning, ive never felt my arms like this... its hard to lift them..
so tomorrow ill be x.X dead xD
il let you know tomorrow how i feel =D
I'm sure your arms will feel the pain of that workout Sayex!
Originally Posted by Sayex
But just think of me at Powerball shows... 4 days 8-10 hours.. spinning a Powerball (or two!) constantly...
now that's a workout!
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Yeah, we've never seen a picture of you, but I can imagine you're the muscular kind of type by now, eh?
Originally Posted by Enda
How come you're nowhere in the Leagues?
That's not bad at all...that was about my maximum when I first started "Extreme Endurance". I have once managed over 300000 in 30 minutes, and my next target is 600000 in an hour. You certainly do get a good pump to the muscles.
Originally Posted by Sayex
yup, am wishing for the 300000 in 30min...
Originally Posted by Adrena1in
maybe it will rise my speed a bit =D
PS: am feelling every minute in my forearm xD
Last edited by Sayex; 01-09-2006 at 21:18.
I've heard of many ways to work out your arms for helping your overall high scores but how well does this 30min run help out your speed?
I'm a real fan of long endurance sessions like this, and though I've not done one for a while, even after an hour of really tiring speed, where your arms feel so pumped it's like your muscles are trying to rip themselves out of your skin, I've still been able to get speed records straight after, (after a 2 or 3 minute rest perhaps).
The long endurance seems to get the muscles into a routine of making small, twitchy movements, which is essential for high speeds. I would make massive improvements when I was scoring between 11000 and 13000 top speed. Nowadays it's harder for me to make improvements...I feel I've hit a wall. But I think I might have a one hour session on Saturday morning, and then see what happens afterwards...
Yup, having an endurance session does help with the high scores.
Always do higher scores after a good 'warm up' on strength/endurance sessions.
Does seem to help with muscle memory so your arm knows what it should be doing.
I've tried the 30 minute a couple of times. The best being 276000. But that was over 2 months ago... as soon as I get my repaired powerballs back I may try it again.
first 30 min try, 201500, i and i freaking killed myself the last 5 minutes trying to reach it before i ran out of time.
OUCH my arms hurt