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27
04
2016

Master the Basics – Press to Handstand

Congratulations, you can now hold a free standing handstand with good form and no movement, consistently, for at least 30 seconds with good alignment! Oh … you can’t? Then go learn one! You are of course more than welcome to read through this post anyway to start widening your knowledge...

27
04
2016

Hierarchy of Gymnastic Skills

I just lost this post, so I’m writing it for the second time … moment of sympathy please. Anyway … One important aspect to understand first – we are all different. No two people have the same genetics, we have different jobs, lifestyles, mentalities etc. The below is a genera...

22
04
2016

Master the Basics – The Planche

This is probably one of the most difficult “basic” skills we will learn. It’s more of an intermediate to advanced skill actually but I wanted to write about it in my series of ‘Master the Basics’ posts. There are five definitive stages of a Planche … Frog hold...

20
04
2016

Training with an office job

I’ve worked in the Financial Services sector for a Bank the majority of the last 5 years. That can be pretty much translated to being office bound. The last two+ years I have been training again. And not half heartedly … I’ve been training a lot. Usually twice a day, sometimes 7 da...

20
04
2016

Flexibility

So you want to become flexible? If you need to be sold on the benefits of flexibility, then google it. I’m sure there are hundreds if not thousands of posts reeling off the benefits so I’m not going to bother here. Just know that all professional gymnasts and weightlifters are flexible....