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    "Mastered" the Clutch Flag, any other good body-weight achievments?

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    Well I have managed a clutch flag and I was wondering if anyone else has any good body weight achievements they would like to share.
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    Damn, thats awesome! Im a long way from any flags but someday

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    Wicked! I've never tried that version, will have to give it a go
    How does it rate in difficulty compared to the full straight arm flag?

    I can get a straight arm flag for about half a second ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Misabi View Post
    Wicked! I've never tried that version, will have to give it a go
    How does it rate in difficulty compared to the full straight arm flag?

    I can get a straight arm flag for about half a second ;-)
    I can manage around 10s a side in this version but I am improving about 2s every few days.

    I am following Convict Conditioning 2 to get a full push flag. I am still at level one the support press which I can hold for about 5s. The push flag puts a lot more stress on the shoulders. I think Al Kaladlo recomends being able to do 10 perfect form handstand pushups to do the flag the way he does and hold it so I have a ways to go. I would say the press flag is harder but the clutch flag is a great stepping stone and really works the core and posterior chain.
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    cool, thanks.
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    Nice photo! Congrats on your achievement, Dirlot. Welcome to the world of bad-assery.

    Quote Originally Posted by Misabi View Post
    How does it rate in difficulty compared to the full straight arm flag?
    The full flag is MUCH harder. For those interested, I've got a new human flag article coming out on T-Nation in the next week or so.
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