2. Increase my Anderson hangs
Quote from: abarro81 on March 25, 2020, 09:53:50 am2. Increase my Anderson hangs What are those? N x 6 x (10s hang); r=5s, R=3min?
- Doing some light "no hang" mono work on it and gradually increasing the weight on that
7 -on 3-off repeaters (i.e. like "normal"). You do 7 hangs at a certain weight (let's call it W) (i.e. 1min 7s worth of hanging and resting), then rest 3 min, then 6 hangs @ W+5kg, then rest 3 min, then 5 hangs @W+10kg.I then rest 5 min and move on to another grip where I do the same (I think in the original protocol, which is from the Anderson brothers book, they rest 3 min also between grips but I like a longer rest where I do some shoulder press or push ups). I do anywhere from 3-6 grip types in the session depending on how much volume I want. If you complete all hangs on a grip type then you make that grip type harder in the next session...I really like them and think I get good gains from them
Anything you want to achieve while we're having this enforced break from normality? 1-5-9? Learn how to crochet? Potty train the toddler?I'm lucky enough to have a board at home so decided to set a project today that I'll try to do over the coming weeks at home. Heres the first gripping video installment. Suffice to say, it's still a project. I'll try to keep posting up as (if) I make progress.
- 10s one arm hang the big middle slot (my arms are piss weak)
Yeah, you can't chalk up. I don't find it a real issue at these kind of temps though...Conversely to you, I find 3 finger drag the safest option of all - it's monos, B2 and crimps that tweak me, and certain edges are tweaky 1/2-crimp on my rh, but not really the BM 2k edges as my 1/2-crimp can be a little more open and less aggressive
In order of importance:1. Use this opportunity to rehab my dodgy PIP joint. Have made progress on this recently, though the lockdown puts an end to physio sessions.
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