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Old 05-09-2012, 10:02 AM   #4
Troy Kerr
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If your schedule permits you could lift on separate days or the same day. Lifting on the same day will create a bigger stimulus for your body, however if your schedule is tight or your tired from the upper body work, you may not be able to put in quality heavy lifting. So your schedule might look like this

A.) Gymnastics
Handstand balancing
L-sit progression
Statics
Planche 4-5 sets
Front lever 4-5 sets
Concentrics:
Dips
Pull-ups
Rows
Legs:
Squats/ Deads
Pre-hab:
External rotators
Posterior delts
lower traps
mid traps
wrist extensors


Or
A) total body gymnastics
B) Legs

I have always had a hard time combining olympic liftings and gymnastic work due to the incorporation of the upper body in the o-lifts. How much time do u have per. day to workout? Can you only workout on the days you listed?
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