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    Crush Your Core With L-Sits!

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    Hey everyone, I just wrote a new blog post with a video all about L-Sits and how to progress towards performing them! Check it out =). Feel free to leave comments on the blog page as well!

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    I do those with every chin-up. Never knew it had a name. Thanks!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Knifegill View Post
    I do those with every chin-up. Never knew it had a name. Thanks!
    Same but in the up position I actually do bicycle kicks, kicking up high and out as slow as possible. Try doin that for 30 secs without going back down.
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    I've been working em on the rings.

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    Yep Yep, I also enjoy performing them during chin ups, pull ups, and dips. However the hanging L-Sit from a bar is much easier than the L-Sit hold on a set of parallel bars due to the extra upper body tension. Switching them up is awesome but be sure to do them all!
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    Do them with flat hands on the ground and tell your triceps to stop their bitching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iniQuity View Post
    Do them with flat hands on the ground and tell your triceps to stop their bitching.
    Might be concerned about your wrist flexors though. I avoid flat hand pushes wherever I can. Though it's pretty hard.
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    @fpsjosh01: A great point, a lot of people have painful issues with their wrists during exercises like push ups, so performing the L-Sit on with their palms flat on the floor might also cause a similar problem.
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    I've been a massage therapist for a while, and I work on a computer on a regular basis. Just keep your wrist extensors nice and strong! Rubber band exercises are incredible for your wrists.

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    Wait... what? care to elaborate a bit? I spend a lot of time practicing handstands so I put a lot of pressure on my wrists and purposely stretch them out (both forwards and backwards, also rotating as a warm up) and while at first I experienced some soreness the day after training I no longer do. I accredit that to getting stronger....

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