Movement Demo Library

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  • One Leg Front Lever

    • Start in an inverted hang
    • Bend one leg and bring thigh towards your chest
    • With arms straight and upper body and extended leg in a hollow body position
    • Start allowing the body to descend forward and keeping the rings in front of you
    • Hold a horizontal posisiton for 2 seconds and raise back up by driving through the hip
  • Overhand Grip

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  • Overhand Grip with Kip

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  • Pancake Split

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  • Pike Press to Handstand

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  • Pike Shoulder Press

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  • Pike Stretch

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  • Pistol

    • Place feet hip width apart or glued together
    • Feet are pointing almost straight forward, just slightly out
    • Abs and butt are on
    • Lift one leg up in front of you with straight leg and pointed toe
    • Descend by pushing hips back and down
    • Fight to keep the grounded knee out during descend
    • Descend until hip crease falls below knee level
    • Ascend by pushing hips back and then up
    • Fight to keep the grounded knee out during ascend
    • Don't allow the lifted heel to touch the ground throughout the entire movement
  • Pistol with Roll

    • Place feet hip width apart or glued together
    • Feet are pointing almost straight forward, just slightly out
    • Abs and butt are on
    • Lift one leg up in front of you with straight leg and pointed toe
    • Descend by pushing hips back and down
    • Fight to keep the grounded knee out during descend
    • Descend until hip crease falls below knee level
    • Follow with a controlled fall backwards into a candle stick roll
    • Utilize the momentum generated for the roll to drive back off the ground onto the loading leg
    • Ascend by pushing hips back and then up
    • Fight to keep the grounded knee out during ascend
    • Don't allow the lifted heel to touch the ground throughout the entire movement
  • Planche in Tuck Position

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