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Old 08-11-2012, 06:08 AM   #2
Steven Low
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Originally Posted by Daniel Dean View Post
I have a foot injury that is going to keep me almost totally off my feet for 6-8 weeks. I'm thinking about using this as an opportunity to get a front lever, is it doable in that time frame? I can currently hold an advanced tuck FL for about 10 seconds, single leg for about half a second.

I know all the various progressions from beastskills, but he doesn't really discuss volume. How much volume should I be shooting for per week?
Definitely not a doable skill in 2 months even if you're at adv tuck. Back lever, possibly, but front lever tends to be a skill that takes at least 4-6 months or more from adv tuck if you're small gymnast size but longer again depending on anthropometry, height/weight, etc.

Check out some of the loading parameters per workout.. generally you can work on it like most other exercises at 3x a week

http://www.eatmoveimprove.com/2012/0...tric-exercises
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