Beginner Rings Exercise Tutorial 3: The Plank

DESCRIPTION + BENEFITS Another one of the fundamentals to master, the plank builds strength primarily in your core and secondarily in the muscles of your shoulder girdle. It is also good for conditioning the shoulder, elbow and wrist joints and is a great regression from the Support Hold if you still have difficulties with that. … Continue reading Beginner Rings Exercise Tutorial 3: The Plank

Beginner Rings Exercise Tutorial 2: L-Sit (Holds & Reps)

DESCRIPTION After getting confident in your basic rings support hold (i.e. Your hands stop shaking! 😂), you can start playing around with exercises that build on the support hold. One such exercise is the L-Sit. It is an amazing exercise for building on your shoulder stability while engaging and developing phenomenal strength in your core … Continue reading Beginner Rings Exercise Tutorial 2: L-Sit (Holds & Reps)

Beginner Rings Exercise Tutorial 1: Rings Support Hold

DESCRIPTION One of the most fundamental position/exercise to practice, the Support Hold forms the foundation of numerous other exercises like Dips or L-Sits. Thus it is crucial to practice this often, and especially so when beginning to play on the rings! INSTRUCTIONS 1. Start by setting the rings at waist height (Don't follow the video … Continue reading Beginner Rings Exercise Tutorial 1: Rings Support Hold

Mobility Monday (Week 40)

AM Workout Warmup: Burpees and KB Swings (10-15-20-25-30) 20 mins AMRAP of: Max Archer Push-ups to normal Push-ups Pistol Squat (Front back and lateral) Max Archer Ring Rows to normal Ring Rows Max L-Sit Holds The instability and versatility of rings make them one of my favorite functional training equipment! Here you can see how I … Continue reading Mobility Monday (Week 40)