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Steven Low obtained a BS in Biochemistry from the University of Maryland College Park. He is a former competitive gymnast of six years and performed for four years with the exhibition gymnastics troupe Gymkana and has worked for 4 summers coaching gymnastics to kids of all ages. His website is Eat. Move. Improve.
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Developing the Iron Cross
Steven Low | General Training | November 1 2007 | Comments (10)

Training for the iron cross is no joke. The long-term difficulty of attaining this move is similar to the time it takes to acquire strength moves like the planche. It is very hard to see consistent progress over a couple of weeks; however, looking at the big picture the strength gains are incredible. Thus, it is recommended that iron cross development should only be undertaken by very motivated athletes who can dedicate enough time. The iron cross gives an enormous amount of brute pulling st...... Continue reading
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