Edncclaskey shared his very effective method and i salute him for his generousity in sharing his secret with us.
Few months back after reading his ideas, i come to think and visualized how a rooster will jump back and fort in it. I called my manager and applied the idea for me to find out how effective will this be. We made a couple of pens as Ed's description per his dimension and put a rooster in it for more than three weeks. My helps noticed that they really jump up and down the roost often specially before feeding time and everytime you pass-by teasing them with a catch cock. Also, while the roosters on the pen, we been giving them necessary supplements needed as if you are conditoning them for a fight.
After three weeks, we checked the roosters that we put in Ed's suggested pens and noticed that they got tighter and muscular legs before putting them in that pen. Also, we were amazed after sparring them to the roosters that we were conditioning on our own way. Accdg. to my brother, their legs power is as strong as the one we were conditioning.
He said the only difference is they slightly lost the wing power. So what we did is, in addition to Ed's idea, we alternately put them in the flying pen at least 2 hours every day to exercise their wings.
With the good result/benefit using this method, IMHO, conditoning our feathered warriors will need less effort than the normal ways.
For the record, we are on the stage of making more of his pen using steel rods (1/2 inch) and nets. Plus, for sure Ed's method will be used in conditioning our warriors in the future.
Try these, it works to me maybe to you as well.
Thanks Ed, your friend in sports,
Originally Posted by MLGFmico