You're stimulating the economy at least.AFAIK hardware stores are still going, just not sure if any of the hold makers will still be contactable?
Got a tree in the communal back yard that will take some rings or TRX etc... but everywhere seems to be sold out. I have however seen quite cheap a trapeze swing and rope ladder set. I figured this could make quite a good wobbly pull up bar and - campus up the rope ladder set up. Does this sound stupid/desperate? (My home setup at the moment is just a BM1k and a theraband assist system(tm).
On Abarroís point about rotation in one arm hangs- has anybody managed to stop this happening through any specific training? Itís really quite annoying!
Quote from: jwi on March 25, 2020, 05:46:58 pmVariation of load is not just a good idea, it is the law. Every training plan needs variation, unless the plan is to get up on a plateau and stay there forever.If that plateau is 8B+ then that sounds pretty good to me.
Variation of load is not just a good idea, it is the law. Every training plan needs variation, unless the plan is to get up on a plateau and stay there forever.
Quote from: Pricey on March 25, 2020, 02:42:55 pmOn Abarroís point about rotation in one arm hangs- has anybody managed to stop this happening through any specific training? Itís really quite annoying! Yeah, for me it resolved mostly after doing more one arm/offset work on a bar. Once the shoulders got more stable the rotation stopped. A good way to build into it (aside from the pull up training) is to engage the hang, then use a single finger on the other hand to push yourself back into position. i.e. you hang on one arm and start to rotate. Gently tap the doorframe or whatever with the other hand to counter the motion. This bumps you back into starting position for a second, then you start to rotate again. Push, pause, push. It's good because it keeps the high load on the shoulder and provides the absolute minimum of assistance. You'll progressively need to tap less and less and eventually you won't be rotating anymore. The key is to push briefly but hard enough that you rotate back and don't stay in contact with the thing you're pushing against. Hope this helps!
Loving the clogs
easy punter laps
Itís utterly brilliantYou also know that when we go outside again heíll have been practising something to hassle you to screams of desperation 😀
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