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We’re coming down the home stretch now.
3 Rounds of:
Max Plank Hold
Max Side Plank
Rest as you see fit. Post up total “hold” time
-You’re going through each exercise once, and then completing two more rounds (3 attempts at each exercise total)
-If you start to those form on the planks, stop
-For an L-sit, all that you really need is two chair. As you do the L-sit, your feet will slow start sinking. When you start the L-sit take a visual reference point on the ground in relation to where your toes are. When your toes fall down a hand width or greater, stop.
-If you can’t do an L-sit, you can try a tuck hold (just knees towards chest).
Hollow body is a bit over exaggerated, but what he’s saying makes sense:
L-Sit w/ progressions if you aren’t there yet
Thanks for the plank video! thats good info.
If you're gonna fight, fight like you're the 3rd monkey on the ramp to Noah's Ark... And Brother, it's starting to rain! James from Texas
Plank 1:06; 1:04; 00:46
Side 0:37; 0:40; 0:40. Really need to do more of this. It hurt.
L Sit 0:05; 0:10; 0:11. Laughably bad
Just for giggles, I pushed that 70# sled with a 300# sandbag on it 50m between each set. One of the gym trainers jumped on it the last lap, making it a 500# push. Planned to do more today but was exhausted after that.
Yes, yes. I know my way around MVT.
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