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      The meeting place for the GymnasticBodies community in general.

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    3. Basic Strength

      The fundamental strength elements from which all other gymnastic strength proceeds.

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    4. Balance

      Discussions of specific physical preparation, technique and progressions.

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    5. Rings

      Ring strength is the maximal strength training of gymnastics.

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    6. Movement

      The most important and functional of all the GymnasticBodies training components.

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    7. Mobility

      Mobility, Joint Preparation, and Flexibility critical to health and peak performance.

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      Post pictures or movies for evaluation and critique.

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    9. Nutrition

      Diet as it relates to performance and health.

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    10. Equipment

      Gymnastics strength training equipment essentials. 

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    • Oussama KHELLADI

      Oussama KHELLADI

      i just purshased Thrive and am very exited to make changes like it did with GST  no more nutrition science for me time to practice 
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    • Christian Nogueira

      Christian Nogueira

      Gonna master SL PE6, HBP PE3 and FLS SE2 (I'm  going to be on F4 on legs lol). Productive week !
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    • Alexander  Laurila

      Alexander Laurila

      Did my first bridge pushup yesterday! Felt awesome
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    • Jon Douglas

      Jon Douglas

      New personal best; 10.5 / 14 on the Aussie beep test. Never been a runner; very pleased.
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    • Gary Lloyd

      Gary Lloyd

      Made it through Fundamentals!!  I can definitely tell I am  a lot more mobile and flexiable however watching the videos with the two women who can fold themselves in crazy positions, I know I have a ways to go.  Should I keep up with my new skills learned in Fundamentals until I can fold them same way, or should I move onto foundations?  
      If I should move on, what is the most cost effective way to bundle the next steps and future steps.  
      Please know my ultimate goal is to become more mobile while building strength.  I would love to do the handstand I have seen in the videos as well as do the monkey bars with my sons who are 4 and 8.  Of course grabbing a set of six pack abs in the process would be a bonus.   I am 42 years old, I am 6'5", 240lbs, and still have about 20 to 25 lbs of Dad Bod on my mid section (I'm work-in' on it!!).
      Any advice would be much appreciated!
       
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