Female Bodybuilder Denise Hoshor was one of WPWs most fascinating physique models during 1998. Facially, she reminds many of Jane Fonda at a comparable age, but with 140 pounds of rock hard muscle well distributed on her 5’5″ frame.
The WPW staff had two full photo/video sessions with Denise in 1998, and she was in top contest shape both times. In July that year, WPW filmed with her during the time of the NPC USA Bodybuilding Championships, then more with Denise a month later at the time of the NPC Team Universe contest.
Denise has great presence in front of the camera, hitting some great shots in many eye-catching outfits. Her biceps and triceps are huge and well defined, her back is very broad and strong, and her huge legs feature well-defined thighs and chiseled calves.
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Can Bodybuilders fight? One question that people often wonder with amazement is can bodybuilders fight? How effective is bodybuilding for real street fighting. Of course, you would expect a bodybuilder to be good at grappling, but what about punching with knockout power? Can they box. Bodybuilders vs Skinny Guys in real fights who has the greatest knockout power in their punch? Who would Punch Harder & Faster? The question really come down to whether you can punch hard and effectively in a real fight or a boxing match.
People debate whose better in a real street fight. A bodybuilder vs Boxer? Let’s face it big guys look intimidating, but can they generate enough power to punch hard enough to hurt you? Sure, you can be strong, but does that mean you can punch harder and faster than a skinny guy?
The answer to this may partly answer the main question: Does having more body mass mean that you will be better off in a real fight? Well today we are going to look at the science and logic behind the argument that bodybuilders can fight. Can Bodybuilders Fight? Watch this video and you decide. Feel free to leave your comments below.
Real fighting requires a lot of energy both physically and psychologically. Ordinarily, you will drain very quickly, in fact more muscle mass means more of a draw on your body’s resources. But in a real fight it’s more of the case of how you use your body not what it looks like. Therefore the question relates to generation of force. How much force can you generate in a punch?
Generation of force
Punching hard and fast relies on the ability to generate a large amount of force in a short period of time. To punch hard you have to be able to accelerate your fist from 0 to 100 as fast as possible. But it’s not just the acceleration that is important it’s the weight of your fists.
Think of a heavy mass travelling at high speed, the heavy mass travelling at speed hits with more power. It does more damage. A typical bodybuilder will struggle to generate the same amount of force unless they can enhance their Kinetics Chain. At an advanced level, to punch hard and fast you need to be able to disassociate the weight of your arm from your fist. Basically, your fist is a dead weight and your arm is the action.
Think of a ball and chain.
In future videos I will be discussing the psychological importance of mental fitness training for combat, self defence and MMA. The goal is to make you mentally tough, because Psychology wins fights. In the meantime train hard, be safe.
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What’s the secret to looking buff and strong? A broad muscular chest, massive arms, and a popping six-pack. And what about legs?A lot of guys dislike training them. Maybe because they probably attract the least attention? But you don’t wanna look like you’re walking around on toothpicks! So don’t forget about Leg Day! If you worked your upper body, make sure to work your lower body soon afterward to get bigger and stronger legs. And forget the gym. Just give this quick at-home leg-building workout a try!
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– When doing walking lunges, the muscles in the front of your leg work the most since they have to move your whole body up and forward. This not only strengthens all the leg muscles but also improves your balance and stability.
– Squats work your calves, hamstrings, and quadriceps, but they’re also pretty effective for building up your abs and strengthening your lower back and glutes. Besides, they’re a great way to burn tons of calories really fast, maintain your heart health, and improve your lung capacity.
– Squat jumps help tone your calves, quads, and hammies as well as your glutes and core muscles. It’s also cool in that it involves the arms a little more than traditional squats and definitely a lot more cardio!
– Split squats is a great lower-body exercise since squatting deeply with just one leg really targets the stabilizer muscles and, as a bonus, improves your balance!
– When you do squat the pulses, you constantly engage and stimulate your leg muscles. Plus, you can hold the movement longer and tire your muscles in a different way than when you do just a standard squat.
– Elevated calf raises will have your calves looking bigger, stronger, and more defined. Plus, it increases your ankle strength, so you won’t be as prone to spraining or twisting them.
– Lunge jumps develop your lower body strength and endurance by targeting the quadriceps, hamstrings, calves, glutes, and hip flexors. Besides, it’s a perfect cardio exercise, and it stabilizes your core, improves your coordination, and builds ankle stability.
– Step ups work pretty much every muscle in your legs as well as your glutes for an added bonus!
– The single leg bridge is a great exercise to work all three glute muscles, train your hamstrings, and strengthen your lower back. If it seems too easy for you, do this exercise with a barbell or dumbbell lying securely across your hipbones.
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