This package contains the following programs:
- Hand Stand
- Front Lever
- Elbow Lever
Watch The Body Weight Combo Trailer
There are three sections. The conditioning section. The progression section, which also include extra exercises, if additional help is needed. And the serratus activation section. Two types of progressions are covered. The strength progression is developed for people who have strong overhead press. This progression allows to develop the handstand through controlling how low the center of gravity is. The flexibility/balance progression works on mastering the handstand for flexible, but less strong people. This program focuses more on body control. The two progression can also be combined for even faster handstand mastery.
Front Lever Mastery
It's a fact that the same progression sequence does not work the same for everyone. The reason for this has to do with individual strengths and prior training. A bodyweight athlete with strong core will have different challenges than a pro-rower with upper strong back.
Our program offers many different progression for unique needs of each trainee. At the same time, additional exercises are included to help break through plateaus. To top that off, special conditioning exercises are taught.
Anyone witnessing a full planche for the first time is mesmerized by this surreal exhibition of strength. The body seems to be flowing above the floor. It's a fact that the same progression sequence does not work the same for everyone. The reason for this has to do with individual strengths and prior training. Some athletes may have strong shoulder, while other strong back extensors.
At the same time, additional exercises are included to help break through plateaus. To top that off, special conditioning exercises are taught. These exercises allow the athletes to progress fast and avoid injuries.
Elbow Lever, Peacock Pose, Yoga or Mayurasana
Any serious ring work, such as muscle up requires false grip. Other elements such as Front Lever and Iron Cross, can benefit from a perfected false grip. Bar work benefits from false grip as well. If you don't have a false grip now, you maybe surprised what it can do to even basic exercises such pull ups. Not to mention muscle ups.