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Sounds like you're ready to start muscle-up training, your numbers are decent enough (5 sets of 5 is my target before I move my students to muscle-up training). Add in some jumping muscle-ups to your workout routine. You're going to need a false grip on the bar, which means putting your thumbs and palm on the bar, rather than your fingers. This allows ...


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Take pictures. I assume you're still a beginner, hence trying to gain muscle and lose fat at the same time. This is only achievable by beginners because the body is not used to the exercising/weightlifting yet. Take pictures once a week/month to keep track of progress. The reason you don't see progress in the mirror is because you look at your daily ...


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I strongly recommend reading this article regarding the right way to perform planks. Here are some relevant quotes: A plank should be a very intense, full body contraction that lasts only 8-10 seconds, not some bastardized version of a yoga pose you sustain for 10 minutes. .... Most people treat the plank more as a marathon, seeing how long they ...


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If you want my opinion, which is based on my personal experience (almost 15 years). And what you looking for is: progression to reach the handstand push up Then here it is: First Handstand push-ups requires a minimal hand balancing ability. So before you start training handstand push-ups, you need to be able to do a hand-stand (not walking) for at ...


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Upper lower imbalance It's actually quite common on stronglifts/starting strength/etc Few factors at play here. You are consistently doing a heavy lower body lift first every single workout. The first exercise you do in a workout when you're fresh will tend to be the most effective. For some that means that latter exercises progress slowly because they ...



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