Tag archive for: conditioning
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04
2016

Master the Basics – Kipping Ring Muscle Ups

Master the Basics – Swinging on the Rings for Kipping Muscle Ups Master the Basics – Strict Ring Muscle Up In an ideal world, you would learn a strict muscle up first, and if you can’t then I strongly recommend you read the strict muscle up post. That being said, I understand that for mo...

10
04
2016

Master the Basics – Strict Ring Muscle Up

Keep them close. Them being the rings. Keep them as close to your body as possible. The transition between the pull up and dip is the most difficult part and if the rings flare out to the side you are making the movement significantly more difficult than it needs to be. Fast and smooth movement. Mus...

10
04
2016

Master the Basics – Handstand Walking

Master the Basics – Freestanding Handstand First of all, read through the free standing handstand post (link above) as this is important. For handstand walking you should particularly concentrate on the ‘use your fingers’, ‘spend time upside down’, ‘build the relative strength’, ‘experiment’,...

05
04
2016

Master the Basics – Freestanding Handstand

Number one rule – Learn to stand before you walk. If you want to truly master a free standing handstand then it’s very important to learn a static, free standing handstand before you try to walk. Think about it logically. If teaching a baby to walk, the first thing to do would be to stand the...

05
04
2016

The Ring Swing – Master The Basics Series

The Ring Swing Introduction You can’t reach technical proficiency and efficiency in the ring muscle-up without first doing so with your ring swing. The way in which we develop the ring swing is by starting small and working your way up. Without sounding like a broken record, there is little value in...