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More Gain With Less Pain How to Ring In the Changes on Your Body And Get Significantly Stronger Faster Why Rings Hit your core harder for a faster tougher effective workout Unlike a fixed pull up bar rings are free floating and unstable They can swing back and forth rock side to side and even rotate This forces your body to stabilize itself to a greater degree Win the stability Next Level eBook #183 game and your reward will be a higher functioning resilient system that can better adapt to sudden surprising challenges to your balance and overall euilibrium Enjoy a greater freedom of movement when practicing your favorite moves The freedom and fun you have when you exercise the likely you are to persist and keep on getting stronger and stronger Because they are not connected to one another rings allow you to pass in between them on moves like the skin the cat and muscle up Whereas you must maneuver around a pull up bar rings will not get in your way Become durable and extend your training life If your joints start screaming at you and you feel all broken up then your gains are going to turn to losses right Your success is dependent on your weakest links the joints and tendons Training with rings ca

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Next Level StrengthN potentially be forgiving on your joints particularly those of the wrists shoulders and elbows By allowing your hands to rotate your joints may move in a personalized range of motion And this in turn can be a lifesaver for the tendons More easily perfect moves you’ve been struggling with Though some exercises are challenging when performed on rings others are accessible When you incorporate rings into your training you automatically open up new ways to be athletically effective Why Parallettes Abolish the wrist pain that often plagues floor exercises like planks L sits and handstands Since parallettes allow your wrists to maintain a neutral position during these and other exercises they offer a great way to work around and possibly help eradicate any issues that may plague your wrists Translate a stronger grip into greater overall body strength Sueezing parallettes while practicing these exercises creates tension in your upper body which can facilitate a greater mind muscle connection This will help stimulate greater strength gains especially with regard to your grip core and shoulders End exercise paralysis by finally being able to nail a “hard for me” move Elevating your hands with parallettes

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Next Level Strength doc ´ Kindle Edition read ç al kavadlo ☆ ❰Read❯ ➪ Next Level Strength Author Al Kavadlo – Gym-apparel.co.uk More Gain With Less Pain How to Ring In the Changes on Your Body — And Get Significantly Stronger Faster Why Rings Hit your core harder for a faster touMakes many exercises accessible than when they’re performed on the ground Often beginners lack flexibility andor core strength Having extra clearance beneath your body can make just enough of a difference to help you nail your first L sit or tuck planche Let’s you adapt the exercise tool to fit YOUR body rather than being the prisoner of a rigid setup You can adjust the width of your parallettes to suit your individual proportions which you cannot do with affixed bars More freedom of choice of position and presto faster better gains Danny and Al Kavadlo have truly taken their already masterful bodyweight strength instruction to the next level with Next Level Strength Rings and parallettes are great training tools but the genius of this book is in the exercise selection and progressions The program is accessible to the beginner while giving the advanced trainee all they can handle Most importantly the program is fun and goal oriented and will be in regular rotation with my own training The Kavadlos always set the bar high with the uality of their books and I think this one will become my favorite which is saying a lot Next Level Strength should be on the bookshelf of any serious student of strength