Logan Christopher

Logan Christopher

 

 

 

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When you identify the things that drive your behavior, you can find the aspects that hold you back.
Flexibility is the factor that holds most people back from doing a pistol. Here are two great approaches to build that flexibility.
Here are two ways to change handstand push ups in order to make them exactly as difficult as you need it to be. These two ideas will allow you to create useful progressions for yourself.
If you've built a solid base with lead-up stunts, then practice your kick-up, you’ll find the balancing isn’t too bad. By following this smart progression you’ll cut your learning curve in half.
In this article you’ll learn to balance on your hands out in the open. Just about anyone who is willing to put in the work will be able to accomplish this goal in time.
Doing a handstand against the wall is not a complicated move. It takes some coordination and balance, but with a little practice, just about anyone will be able to achieve this.
If you are working on handstands or trying to overcome wrist inflexibility and pain, then I would highly recommend doing these exercises every day.
When it comes to the kettlebell, most of the great benefits come from doing ballistic exercises. As far as these go, kettlebell juggling is simply the next evolution.
Partials are any exercise where you purposefully do a shortened range of motion instead of the full range. Partials don’t take the place of full-range lifts, but are used as a adjunct to them.
Muscle control is for the most part a lost art. Yet a hundred years ago there was one man whose name was synonymous with it. That man was Maxick.
Bob Peoples deadlifted 725lbs at 181lbs bodyweight and at the age of forty. Although people have pulled more than him today, he is certainly one of the greatest of all time.
Zass was not a weight lifter but performed feats such as bending bars, breaking chains, massive support and carrying lifts, and even several teeth lifts - there's even video of him doing this.