Justin Lind

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Expand your thinking and your practice outside of your typical gym routine by approaching all aspects of mobility.
This program requires no warm-up to begin. You simply need to set aside 14 minutes, press play, and follow along.
We have thus far built a strong pulling foundation, but it’s now time to train the full movement.
The work in this week’s program will challenge the base you've built in the first three weeks with a significant amount of volume and concludes with different ring variations to bring variety.
Staying fit, regardless the time of year, should not feel like a punishment.
Part 3 builds directly on the work from the previous 2 weeks. We use similar movements but increase the loading with more difficult variations, higher repetitions, and longer holds.
In the second part of this series, we aim to strengthen the top position of the pull up with a set of taxing movements.
Hanging does for your shoulders what deep squats do for your hips.
There are safer ways to get upside down than closing your eyes and throwing yourself at the ground.
Your imbalances are setting you up for major consequences, if you don't address them.
A few simple progressions can help you find your balance for a freestanding handstand.
Handstands might be simple, but they aren't easy. Paying attention to how your hands interface with the ground will make them easier.