Handstand & Inversions Workshops – Lisbon
This is a full day of training divided into two parts with a 2h lunch break in between:
Handstand Training and Inversions on people.
No partner needed.
Friday Haverstock Acro Training, 6th of MarchFriday Acro practice session at Haverstock Hill School from 7 pm to 10 pm as usual but we will start to pack the mats at 9:45. If you want to get more tickets, you have the 5 or 10 tickets package and the price per event will be only £5. Click here to read...
What are proprioceptors and how to train them
In every moment our brain is invaded with loads of information that requires time for processing and in order to be efficient, our brains uses automatic movement patters (like locking the door when you leave home or turning the car engine on) to perform different tasks. When we have to do a new movement, we analyse every aspect of it which make us to be slow in an non-efficient way because we can’t talk about the reflexes yet but reactions.
Training routines: Super Twenty
Five sets of 20 reps for the major muscle groups with compound and isolation exercises like front and back squats, bench press and chest flies, chin ups and bicep curls. This program is design to improve fast-twitch muscle development and increase muscle endurance with extended times under tension. If you want to try something challenging this routine can be what you are looking for.
The best exercises for building a strong and muscular body
You don’t need to do tons of exercises or to follow a special and complex training program to see the results that they expect. See what exercises engage the large muscle groups and include them on your training for gaining strength and muscles.
Shoulder pain and rotator cuff injuries
Shoulder pain is an extremely common issue, and there are many common causes of this problem. It is important to make an accurate diagnosis of the cause of your symptoms so that appropriate treatment can be directed at the cause.
How to prevent and treat muscle imbalance
Muscle imbalances can be characterized by either side-to-side (right versus left) or front-to-back (agonist versus antagonist) differences in muscle length or strength. Most musculoskeletal pain syndromes are caused by front-to-back differences, or imbalances of muscles surrounding joints, rather than side-to-side differences.
55 Press Ups Challenge
Start by having a high plank position and after one second, perform one press up then rest in the same high plank position. After two seconds perform another two press ups and so on.
Your result is the number of rounds done before you get too tired to hold the plank or to perform a good form press up or the final time.
Training log 12-Dec-13
After a couple of workouts where I used a lot of weights I decided to do a “no-weights workout”.
For warm up I used dynamic stretches and compound exercises using body weight like squats, push ups, chin ups, high jumps.