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Huttball for Health Workout… of Death!

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Huttball for Health Workout… of Death!
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NickM
08.29.2013 , 02:20 PM | #11
Quote: Originally Posted by BaronDeathmark View Post
Sounds like one dead Jedi!
The best kind, of course.

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08.29.2013 , 02:22 PM | #12 Click here to go to the next staff post in this thread. Next  
Quote: Originally Posted by captainherc View Post
Best to start by stealthing up behind a helpless Imperial, then throw a rock at them. Next, project several rocks at them. If they're still alive, repeat steps 1 and 2. This method really rocks and gives rock-hard abs in no time. This igneous ingenious rotation should never be taken for granite.
Would you say, you rocked their world?

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mdimarco
08.29.2013 , 02:26 PM | #13
*Berserk

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Itis
08.29.2013 , 02:28 PM | #14
I shoot up with stims. Gives me that edge I need.

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Kreapen
08.29.2013 , 02:33 PM | #15
Start by using Ball Toss with a few friends for at least 20 minutes. I try to make sure everybody has one to kick err.. I mean throw before a real match. This helps build muscle, endurance, and burn fat at the same time.

Then I hit up Outlaw's Den on Tatooine for some scrimmage games against my teammates. The bonus here is that you can also kill any spectators that come to watch.

To practice my trap pulls, I'll usually visit Makeb and ask to duel unsuspecting citizens as they wander the area. Then I'll quickly Force Pull them near an edge and then Overload them right off the side of the floating islands while I laugh with glee. They never know what hit 'em.

Finally, I go hit up my personal training dummy on my ship to practice my Spikes and Mauls.

It's important not to forget to eat lots of Ice Scrabbler Jerky for protein and hop in a Kolto Tank after every good maiming.
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AxeDragoneth
08.29.2013 , 02:33 PM | #16
I kick the ball straight into the goal line.

I didn't read the rules because of my perception problem.
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Solzean
08.29.2013 , 02:35 PM | #17
As a Bounty Hunter I have found the best way to get in shape for Huttball is to practice playing. That being said, it is hard to find participants that are willing to let me shoot at them. So I got creative, when i catch some of the easier bounties I give them one last chance to escape for freedom, they only have 1 direction. I give them a Huttball and tell them to run. This keeps me on my game and keeps my brain trained on finding who has the Huttball and beating them down.

Additionally this is far more effective when you let them loose in a crowded space. The authorities may not like it, but we can't always follow the rules. Except for one, Never kick the Huttball. We have to have some civility don't we?

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08.29.2013 , 02:39 PM | #18 Click here to go to the next staff post in this thread. Next  
Quote: Originally Posted by Lu-Wan View Post
Well, I like to do my pre-workout drink of Alderaanian Nectar. After about five minutes of letting it settle, I then begin with my basic sword slashes and then move to the more advanced Blade Storm, Overhead Slash, Plasma Brand and Dispatch techniques. I usually work these for about three to five seconds each.

Now I'm not a big Force user, but I still like to do a couple reps of light Force Push and maybe a couple Stasis's. I used to try this on the dummy, but in order to make sure I'm getting the full effect, I try in on Kira when she least expects it. She usually gets mad, but she understands it's essential to my personal health. I mean, sure you've probably experienced a pulled muscle, but I remember this one match I was in and I hadn't quite prepared for it so when I initiated my Force Leap, I ended up pulling my Force and let me tell you, pulled Force is no joke so I take the extra time to make sure my three Force Abilities are properly stretched out.

After the basic offensive is done I immediately start working on my defensive skills. Kira, as I said, has been a really good sport about this. After the stasis wears off, she starts playing along by attacking me. I think a couple of times she may have tried to actually kill me, but I think it's really more that she's burying herself in the role of being my sparing partner.

So yeah, just a few basic reps here and there to get the muscles and Force loosened and ready for the game! Oh and I almost forgot, I pretty much sprint everywhere I go and that helps me to keep good cardio!
Is that the White Membrosia stuff I keep hearing about? "All-natural" recipes always make me a bit suspicious, personally...

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Dragonexadon
08.29.2013 , 02:40 PM | #19
Good evening Baron Deathmark.

The Jedi Council are writing to notify you that your unlawful recruitment of Younglings to your 'HuttBall' arena infringes upon our the Republic's law and tarnishes the Jedi name. You are hereby ordered cease and DESIST all recruitment
infringements effective immediately.

The Jedi Council will take further action if need be.

May the Force be with you.

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Missandei
08.29.2013 , 02:47 PM | #20
I am Balance Shadow. No matter what i do - i end up dead. Thanks!
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