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Paulius Lazdauskas

Static holds vs Sets n Reps

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Paulius Lazdauskas

Hey, so i reached a level of about 70 push ups, 27-30 dips, and 17 pull ups. So im not a begginer anymore, and i really want to master all the advanced moves like planche, front lever and so on and my main question is should i do like 1 day of sets n reps and on the other day do static holds (tuck FL, tuck planche, handstand, L - Sit) and flow with this kind of program? or should i do the progressions at the start of the training session and than do sets n reps from the energy that i am left with? Do i need to continue doing pull ups, dips and push up exercises at all?  Do they help in my advanced moves proggressions?

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Dustin Lord

Keep one mastery set in your warmup of everything you have mastered. You don't have to warm up with every movement every day, just rotate through them.

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Paulius Lazdauskas

@Dustin Lord So you mean just continue training improving my strength and size, and just do one set of the proggressions every training session, as a part of the warm up?

 

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Dustin Lord

Continue to follow the Foundations programming.

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Paulius Lazdauskas

@Dustin Lord I'm very sorry to bother you, but i still can't quite get what are you trying to say. So i should focus more on the tuck progressions? or pull ups and dips/pushups? 

 

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Dustin Lord

Do you own Fundamentals and/or Foundations?

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Paulius Lazdauskas

I can hold tuck FL for 10 secs and the advanced frogstand for 15+ secs. that's all i got right now

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Alessandro Mainente

In you situation and after reading your level you are a beginner. for you the most productive program is foundations.

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Jon Douglas

Gymnasticbodies no longer discusses programming which is covered by the courses. There is plenty of free information available for you to build a routine but programming and routine advice are not discussed here any more :)

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