One Arm Hang
I've learned this method from Ido Portal. It not only can build your grip strength, but it is also beneficial to your shoulder health.
By the way, #Parkour is very good for the kids and adults. It's so much fun when you're jumping around.
Some people said it's dangerous.
Yes, it is...if you never know how to jump, how to fall, how to land...
If you're inactive, and always sitting around at the office and the sofa, it's dangerous to yo
97kg + 110kg = Total 207kg - 5th place
I'm qualified to the provincial standard What I've learned today
1. Cutting weight is the biggest challenge to me. That's an incredible achievement for me.
Trust me, being 77kg is really tough for me.
I did a lot of shit in the past months. 2. My Snatch is much better than the last comp in March (I was 84kg). It is smooth & stable. And I am lighter today. 3. The problem is that I spent a lot of time on the snatch, and Jerk is weaker.
Some trainees (they are non-competitive body builders) are afraid of losing size during the cutting phase. I think that they don't understand what's "cutting". Reminder from school: 1lb of Fat is BIGGER than 1lb of muscle in term of the size. For example, a trainee was 85kg, he did back squat with his double bodyweight. Yes. He is strong. But he was not lean. Now, he is 77kg, he is getting leaner. Of course, he may not squat double bodyweight again at this moment. Why? Since