Hannibal & Hit (Calisthenics Kingz) 2 International known calisthenics experts, known for their amazing feats of strength, skills, & form of fitness have collaborated to start this channel to help educate people all over the world, in all aspects of bodyweight fitness.
“Battle Of The Bars 2013” is a freestyle calisthenics tournament. It was organized by the World Calisthenics Organization during the L.A. Fit Expo at the staples center. “Kenneth Gallarzo” was the main organizer of the event. It was a 2 day event. Each participant were allowed to showcase their freestyle on day 1 and round 2 on day 2. A huge thank you to everyone who was brave enough to compete and all those who came by to support the event.
Overall Winner Was “Claudio Giannotti” from Barstarzz
Tied In Runner Up Was “Joshua Rucker” and “Nik Sacay” from Barstarzz
Best Girl Won “Alexia Evans” from Barstarzz
Best Move Won “Travis” from Proveit and PiLife
Watch every single performance from The World Kettlebell Lifting Championships 2012
In this series Carl breaks down the Bar Muscle Up movement into a few strength and skill progressions to help you pull up over the bar and into the support position.
Carl Paoli GWOD/Naka Athletics
In this series, Carl will break down the progression for the Glide Kip with our special guest James. In this first video, James demonstrates the movement while Carl breaks down the individual components, starting with the initial swing.
In this video, Carl and James move on to the next part of the Glide Kip – transitioning from a hip extension in the glide swing to a Toes to Bar with short swings under the bar.
In this video, Carl and James continues with the next transition of the Glide Kip, bringing the body back into full hip extension from the toes to bar, by hanging while pulling the bar up back the legs to the hips.
In this video, Carl and James demonstrates the last component and drills the positions and movements to help you get over the bar into support.
In this video, Carl and James practice some drill to improve your technique for the Glide Kip with no load. This will help you practice your positions, coordination, and exaggerated movements so you’ll be ready for the real thing.
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