Today’s workout is dedicated to back and biceps. Couple of the muscle groups heavily engaged in the back lever. Obviously that’s our goal right now for the next several months. 1.Back Lever Again the back lever, I am still helping him with it but I am feeling his strength is growing everyday. I am anticipating [...]
Jorjo asked me for a triceps workout and you guys asked me for grip strengthening. I tried pleasing both of you and myself at the same time. Let’s go! 1.Handstand PU Notice how he placed his left leg on the wall for better support. But this in no way isn’t helping him in the pushing. [...]
Working out in the sun feels so great on the joints. Plus you are able to get some tanning and breathe fresh air. So loving it! This time we did a little bit of everything back, biceps, triceps, chest, you name it. I hope you like it! :) 1.BL to FL Amazing exercise to begin [...]
Another outdoor workout. Why money for gym when we can train outside he asked me? I agreed with him, gym can’t provide you with all the good sun and fresh air you’ll encounter alfresco. You’ll see me and Jorjo working out outside for the rest of the summer. 1.FL Leg Extension The trick when working [...]
Dum, dum, dum, this time we hit the forest. Lovely scenery as you can see. Just the perfect moment to experiment with the OAC. 1.Back Lever He couldn’t comprehend the role of the back muscles in the move. I made him do a cat’s back to engage it better. It’s all about feeling the proper [...]
Training outside is just wonderful, I encourage all of you to go for some outdoor workouts. The direct contact with the sun, all the clean air and the green environment. Plain awesome. As for the workout, the main goal was the back lever but also to stimulate the abdominal muscles.
To begin with, the intermediate level workouts are now back! I am very happy to present to you my new student Georgi. He is 17 years old and has some previous experience with the pull up bar as you’ll have the chance to determine from this training session. Now for the workout, it was a [...]
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