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ROBERT Burtchell

Planche work

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ROBERT Burtchell

Just a quick question, and maybe I'm doing them wrong, but on planche leans where am I supposed to feel it the most?

 

Everywhere I read and look, most people and videos say that I should feel it mostly in shoulders and upper back.  However, I typically only feel them in core, biceps, and I'm guessing my lats/serratus area.

 

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Alessandro Mainente

HI Robert there is no a unique sensation, sensation reflects weak points. nothing more.

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ROBERT Burtchell

Thank you for that. 

 

I made a quick video just in case

I just recently learned the difference between hollowing and thoracic rounding, so I hope I'm doing this correctly to begin with.

 

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Alessandro Mainente

The worst thing here is fingers pointed backward. this form in case of bad preparation leads to bicep tendon injury.

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ROBERT Burtchell
3 hours ago, Alessandro Mainente said:

The worst thing here is fingers pointed backward. this form in case of bad preparation leads to bicep tendon injury.

Other than that the protraction is okay? Fingers back isn't a big deal, I've been working on that since regular push up planks. I just felt more comfortable there since I've done my push up progressions on rings turning them out up top

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Alessandro Mainente

The protraction can be influenced by the upper arm rotation. it must be evaluated in the correct position.

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