Pull Over

False Grip Progressions Pt.1

Building up a strong false grip is important for all kinds of work on the rings.  In this video, Carl will explain how you can build up stronger wrists and forearms even before you get on to the rings to practice your false grip, just with a couple of simple drills on the bar.

Pull Over

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Pull Over on Rings Progression

In this progression Carl breaks down the Pull Over movement on the rings, and how to use elements of the Ice Cream Maker, Inverted Hang, and Backward Roll to execute the movement.

Pull Over Progression Pt.1

In this series, Carl breaks down the progressions to perform a Pull Over.  In this video, Carl introduces the movement by going over the master positions the first progressive movement - the Pull Up.

Pull Over Progression Pt.2

In this series, Carl breaks down the progressions to perform a Pull Over.  In this video, Carl discusses the next progressive movement to bring your legs up over the bar while at the top of the Pull Up position.

Pull Over Progression Pt.3

In this series, Carl breaks down the progressions to perform a Pull Over.  In this video, Carl explains how to transition cleanly to a support position once you've pulled your legs up and over the bar.

Pull Over Progression Pt.4

In this series, Carl breaks down the progressions to perform a Pull Over.  In this video, Carl demonstrates way to scale the Toes Over Bar to get your Pull Over if you have not yet built up to it in the pike position.

Pull Over Progression Pt.5

In this series, Carl breaks down the progressions to perform a Pull Over. In this video, Carl explains how to add some more skill to the Pull Over movement to make it faster, more dynamic. You still want to keep it under control, and hang on tight to the bar!

Pull Over Progression Pt.6

In this series, Carl breaks down the progressions to perform a Pull Over. In this video, Carl explains how to reverse the Pull Over - as the Forward Roll - as a way to get down safely from a high bar. Once you practice this roll a few times, you may notice that you can do the same Forward Roll on the rings from a strong support position to get down safely from the top, instead of dropping on your shoulder or jumping down.