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Nakayama for azaryan ?
Swann BUTEL posted a topic in StrengthHi everyone, I have read on this forum that nakayama is a pre req for azaryan but for me azaryan is much harder. How many nakayama i must do for begin azaryan ? Wath is your tips for azaryan ? Now i just do azaryan to cross on strap, i read azaryan to support is good drill too. This is my nakayama https://www.instagram.com/p/Bp_yxu_gUZg/. Thx for your ansers and knowledge.
Swann BUTEL posted a topic in StrengthHi every one, Since january i work nakayama, i have slow but good result, i'm able to do nakayama with wrist strap now but i seem's to be impossible without i lose the false grip, i don't sure if my form are correct, i need your expert eyes. this is a video of my nakayama. https://www.instagram.com/p/BhzGZNQHDA4vpD-i5JinMzbPv_l689EeCJhiwY0/?taken-by=swannbuttel Thx every one
Method off progression for advanced moove
Swann BUTEL posted a topic in StrengthHi every one, i'm curious about what method of progression is utilised for learn advanced moove on rings like D skill. I see many gymnast do some static with a little pause between 8 ( 3 x lsit to straddle planch hold 3 sec ) its seem more efficiency than just assisted hold even for more time under tension ? For new skill element have you some method off learning and progression ? is it preferable to cut the element on different phase or working it on global with assistance like ring strenght trainer and how to now when add resistance ? ( exemple nakayama with strap do 10 nakayama on the road for increase the leverage ) ? Thx for your knowledge
trouble with straight arm pineda
Swann BUTEL posted a topic in StrengthHi every one, I have recently play with pineda on rings, with 2 month off training i can do it with bent arm ( like a wide muscle up ). i would like te bo able to do it with almost straight arm ( 0.1 fault in FIG code) do you have some exercice or tips for correct this probleme, maybe pineda feet on the block push to iron cross ( same exercice for iron cross press ) or iron cross lower negative to front lever ? Best regard from france
advanced crosses variation
Swann BUTEL posted a topic in StrengthHi every one, My goal for this year is to be able to perform 2 D element on rings. ( pineda, azaryan) , i have 8 iron cross press, and 12 sec cross hold max, i can press cross with 10 % off my bodyweight. I continue to work my static strenght on iron cross from 2 different way : first with classic static hold, second at the iron cross position with zero tension press cross hold ( wrist strap ). I work muscle up wide to iron cross for the transition for pineda and pineda on strenght trainer ( i do assisted victorian press too with leg on the support for stregnhtening shoulder extension ) Azarian is more difficult for me, i can do it with strenght trainer ( lvl 5 /10) but i can't able to do simple azarian support on ring ( i do back lever to cross without bounce on strenght trainer and back lever press maltese press planche with leg on the support ) can i have some advice / opinion for continue to progress This is a video off my best azarian : ps : I have read all topic on this forum about d crosses etc
One Arm Pull Ups
Oscar Riaño posted a topic in StrengthHi guys, I've left aside iron cross work for a bit more than a month. All this time, I've been putting a lot of work on One Arm Pull Ups (OAPU) and yesterday, when I tried to do some Iron Cross work, i felt a lot more stable in my shoulders as when i was trying it before. I must say that in this month i also lost 2 kg (by eating less quantity, I was kinda eating more than I needed) and feel a lot lighter. In any case... the only thing that I changed in my training is the introduction of OAPU work. May it be very beneficial for Iron Cross? Kind regards!!
perfection Team China
Oscar Riaño posted a topic in StrengthHi people, I started rings not so long ago and for motivation I use to check for gymnasts performing strength routines on rings. I don't know what you think about the topic, but I realized that my favourite gymnasts on rings are all from China. The difference between Chinese athletes and the rest is super clear: they seek for perfection in their strength positions and the rest just a strong position disregarding the proper technique. I don't know why not everyone seeks for perfect position, it's sad I just saw a national competition in China and I enjoyed it a lot more than any World Championship or Olympic Games... The questions I have for you are: -What do you think about this topic? -Are perfect positions underrated in a rings routine (or not so highly valued by the judges)? -Do ring athletes seek for perfect positions and/but they don't achieve them OR they don't really seek for perfection? -Having a perfect position means that you are stronger? Thanks in advance and big respect for all of you! Oscar