My name is Robert Weeks, and today I'm gonna teach you about how to increase bone strength with arm wrestling. Alright, as in anything in life, if you do something repetitiously, you're gonna build a mind muscle memory with it. What is this? This means an act of ease to do it again later on. So, with arm wrestling, it's gonna require you to actually arm wrestle over a lot of various amount of times, over periods of months and years. So, we want to practice on our off season, or on off time, to become stronger. What you'll do is you'll take your partner, and you definitely want to make sure you line up to a table that's level, and you guys both grab each other's arms so neither one of you can sling out of each other's grip. You're gonna want to teach each other the back and forth of the game. That means allowing your tendons and your muscles to feel the separation as you do both of the movements. That's pulling and pushing, depending on what type of arm wrestling you're doing. What we're gonna do here is we're gonna line up, I'm gonna grab his arm, and I'm gonna allow him to take my arm back about 6 inches, while resisting the whole time. Once he gets to the 6-inch mark, I'm then gonna do that to him while he's resisting the whole time. It's gonna be give and take, and we're gonna do this over a set period of time over months and months while still arm wrestling each other daily. A lot of people will ask, well why does this make our bones stronger when we do this? Generally, people who work out have higher amounts of bone density. That's because they have a higher oxygen fuel ratio in their blood, and that they're allowed to actually use more of their energy, where as a regular person would be burnt out at a quicker rate. And that's how you increase bone strength with arm wrestling. See you next time.