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Old 11-04-2010, 04:06 PM   #1
Aaron Griffin
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Default When do you do Static Holds?

I'm somewhat following the BtGB protocol for static holds. Four of them: L-Sit, Back Lever, Front Lever, and Planche. I am still very new to these gymnastic movements and don't really have beyond 20s in any of the tuck positions (or straight-armed frog stand).

So, in order to improve these, how often should I train them? I workout in the morning, so timing is an issue for me. If I do all 4, at maybe 6x10s holds, with rest, it's going to take a bit to accomplish them all. I could maybe fit in 2 per day.

Is that adequate? How would you pair them? Any other ideas?
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