Arch/Hollow Snaps

Any strength & power related training topic (powerlifting, strongman, olympic lifts, etc)
Post Reply
User avatar
galapogos
GM, Team Biceps
Posts: 9621
Joined: Tue Jan 13, 2004 2:35 am
Enter the middle number in the list(3): 0
No curling in the: curl rack
Location: In front of my computer
Contact:

Arch/Hollow Snaps

Post by galapogos »


This looks like an interesting "ab-thing" we can consider incorporating into 300? Or not...

User avatar
vicvic
Pro and hardcore
Posts: 1664
Joined: Fri Sep 19, 2008 11:52 pm
Enter the middle number in the list(3): 0
No curling in the: curl rack
Location: Singapore

Re: Arch/Hollow Snaps

Post by vicvic »

i'll love to see lee do this :heart:

xarope
Pro and hardcore
Posts: 2796
Joined: Mon Sep 22, 2008 11:07 am

Re: Arch/Hollow Snaps

Post by xarope »

probably need to work up to it. First thing would be to get good KTE, then start doing hindu pushups, then introduce the dynamic element

User avatar
M.Hunter
Pro and hardcore
Posts: 1052
Joined: Wed Jan 14, 2009 9:57 pm
Enter the middle number in the list(3): 0
No curling in the: curl rack

Re: Arch/Hollow Snaps

Post by M.Hunter »

You subscribe to gymnasticbodies too? Yea this looks like good dynamically but i dont think we can try it so soon..
Squats can only strengthen, tear or break something. Strengthening, tearing and breaking is totally awesome. Thus squats are awesome.

User avatar
Canuck eh
Pro and hardcore
Posts: 2143
Joined: Fri Sep 19, 2008 11:41 pm

Re: Arch/Hollow Snaps

Post by Canuck eh »

xarope wrote:probably need to work up to it. First thing would be to get good KTE, then start doing hindu pushups, then introduce the dynamic element
And a sprung surface. Can't imagine my wrists attempting this on a surface that's not... the Fitness area surface doesn't qualify...

User avatar
vicvic
Pro and hardcore
Posts: 1664
Joined: Fri Sep 19, 2008 11:52 pm
Enter the middle number in the list(3): 0
No curling in the: curl rack
Location: Singapore

Re: Arch/Hollow Snaps

Post by vicvic »

xarope wrote:probably need to work up to it. First thing would be to get good KTE, then start doing hindu pushups, then introduce the dynamic element
must add some yoga like balancing movement after the pushup?

xarope
Pro and hardcore
Posts: 2796
Joined: Mon Sep 22, 2008 11:07 am

Re: Arch/Hollow Snaps

Post by xarope »

oh yeah, I forgot to show you guys how to work up to a 1h pushup, yesterday.

Dean
I'll just hit the stairmaster
Posts: 25
Joined: Sat May 09, 2009 11:37 pm
Enter the middle number in the list(3): 3
No curling in the: curl rack

Re: Arch/Hollow Snaps

Post by Dean »

That looks severe. Salute to you boys.

Dean
I'll just hit the stairmaster
Posts: 25
Joined: Sat May 09, 2009 11:37 pm
Enter the middle number in the list(3): 3
No curling in the: curl rack

Re: Arch/Hollow Snaps

Post by Dean »

Ask Herman if he can teach that move to guys, he trains gymnasts remember?

nakorius
Fat Bastard
Posts: 1806
Joined: Thu Sep 25, 2008 5:40 pm
Enter the middle number in the list(3): 0
No curling in the: curl rack

Re: Arch/Hollow Snaps

Post by nakorius »

I can feel my slipped discs kicking in already... :(
Nothing posted by this fat bastard should be taken seriously. SOME are for entertainment purposes only.

Post Reply