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Old 08-15-2012, 03:32 PM   #5
Steven Low
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Originally Posted by Blair Lowe View Post
I don't know want to speak for Steven but we have been talking about using a combined isometric hold at the top coupled with a bent arm exercise through the exercise lately.

Actually we used to talk about this a lot 4 years ago, maybe even before that. It's something I worked a bit myself up to Adv Tuck PL/pushups in late 2008. Been thinking about using them.

Two birds with one stone. 1-2s holds at the top coupled with a pushup or pullup in PL or FL.

I'm looking forward to doing this again and not bothering to split up isometrics and isotonics (?) That used to take a lot of time and not something I'd be looking forward to on my schedule nowadays.
Yeah, I like this method.

You can pretty much skip from the inverted rowing variations straight up to front lever pullups and then keep progressing in that.
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