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  1. Nathaniel Romeo

    No Weighted mobility in Stretch Series

    I have just purchased the front split stretch series. I am a national level swimmer and was hoping to eventually use all three stretch series to help with my mobility, without the foundation or other series, as there is no way I could fit it into my training program. The biggest draw card for me was that I thought they included weighted mobility drills. Increasing strength in range of motion. Aside from the calf raises the front split series does not include any jefferson curls or other exercises I expected it might. Do the other stretch series (thoracic bridge, middle splits) contain weighted mobility?
  2. htaehxela

    Weighted tuck planche push ups

    hello, I have recently been training weighted tuck planches for the sake of variation, and i am doing 5.5lbs for sets of 5 (attatched to my ankles as mentioned in the BtGB book) but I am going away soon, and would like to continue doing resisted tuck planche push ups, my friend is bringing 2 40lb resistance bands and 1 50lb one. I can do 5 reps on the 50lb one comfortably, with it wrapped around my shoulders and held down by my hands like a regular band resisted push up. Do you think this will work as well as what using real weights actually do? thanks in advance for the answers BTW I am working towards 100 tuck planche push ups, just for training fun, no primarily for getting the planche, if anyone has any training tips for that, i would appreciate your sharing of it. thanks BW:194lb Height: 5ft 6
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