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I find that I I'm training rings I can do it back to back cause when you do bodyweight stuff your muscles heal faster. I don't know if this is true but I feel as long as I'm not sore it's time for a sesh.
- Sat Mar 30, 2013 1:49 am
- Forum: Other gymnastics apparatus' (pommel, high bar, p-bars, vault)
- Topic: Bars
- Replies: 1
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Besides my ring sessions in the gym I also do bar sessions at the park using the basketball hoop. I was wondering if you guys use anything like this or similar. I usually do workouts from madbarz.com but I just do conditioning stuff nothing serious.
I was wondering if gloves are acceptable for rings and bars. I know it's not really the way to do it but my hands don't have the strength to keep holding on. An example is a back roll which I do usually can't finish the reps cause my hands give out. I'm just wondering if its absolutely not acceptabl...
I hang my rings on a bar that's anchored to the ceiling in my gym. Super sturdy but there's no room for muscle ups etc. it's the best I can use right now but I'm planning on buying my own and hooking it up to a tree or something
Guys, I'm having trouble with my l sit. I can hold it for 5+ secs on a bar but when it comes to the ground or rings or Even supporters I just fail. Are there any prerequisites for an l sit that I could use. I feel like I have the core strength to do an l sit but whenever it comes to moves where my a...
I have started going to the gym for almost a year now(I'm 15) and within the past 3 months I would say I have gotten into calisthenics bars and rings etc. I started training rings about two months ago and I have made really good progress such as tucked levers etc. I don't have a gymnastics gym cause...