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My opinion is that when you're starting out you can train everyday. But as you get more advance skills such as back lever and front iron cross whatever you need to rest days. At least that's been my experience.
- Sun Sep 29, 2013 10:56 pm
- Forum: Introduce Yourself
- Topic: Hello from Nor Cal
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Yeah the muscle up is a little hard to get I recommend negatives cause that's a really good way to practise the transfer. Also muscle ups with feet on a block. Another one would be jumping muscle ups like feet on the floor then a little jump to get on top. Those were some that I used to get it. It w...
I got te handstand, adv tucked planche, and forward roll to support. Even though I didn't get all my goals however I saw monumental strength gains. I've done half of these goals during the program too. I'm starting a new "series" with one of my friends Monday so I'm super excited for the future.
Actually I am going for my skills sesh today. My actual skill goals are as follows: iron cross 3 sec Straddle front lever 3 sec Back roll to support Forward roll to support Pelican stage 1&2 Handstand hold 3 sec Adv tucked planche 3 sec Oac negative 3 handstand pushups pbars I'm going to attempt all...
So I've gotten a lot stronger since I've joined. My first goal session ended up much like your insane strength series. But I did reach most of my goals later on. I have a new skills list which includes the following: Bodyweight: Advanced tucked planche 5 seconds Handstand hold 5 seconds 3 handstand ...
- Mon Jun 03, 2013 10:51 pm
- Forum: Plug your media
- Topic: Insane strength series
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Love te new series and I'm following the program but with my own goals of course. Which include: Pelican stage 1&2 Front lever Back lever Full Maltese on blocks L sit and hang One arm chin Back roll to support Muscel up Handstand hold 7 handstand pushups 30 pullups (not really a goal but I wanna do ...