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Glide Kip Progression – Carl Paoli

Pt. 1

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.

Pt. 2

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.

Pt. 3

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.

Pt. 4

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.

Pt. 5

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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Pull and Grip Strength Progression – Carl Paoli


Planche Progression

Planche Progression Pt.1

In this series Coach Carl introduces the Planche hold and goes through a number of progressions to help you find the proper positions and build up strength to achieve this movement.

In this first video, Carl breaks down the arm and shoulder positions focusing on wrist flexibility and locking out the elbows while developing shoulder strength in leaning forward. To challenging the position, Carl trains the same movement with feet on the box, feet on bands, or just one foot on the band for additional degrees of freedom.

In this video, Carl uses the teeter to get into a frog stand, and the works on separating the knees from the elbows to get exposed to loading the shoulders without flinching.

In this video, Carl continues to scale the loading of the shoulders, hip, and back by slowly lifting the knees off the ground, then the feet, and then flattening out the back to get exposed to the positional strength required for a planche.

In this video, Carl demonstrates how to work on building strength and control throughout full range of motion so you can get from a freestanding Handstand down to the Planche hold. Carl uses the squat rack and a band again and a variation of a Cast to Handstand drill to enable quick repetitions while allowing you to focus on slowing down the movement as you would to get into a Planche at the bottom.

In this video, Carl demonstrates how to build up your straddle hold while in hip extension with some bands. Getting a wide straddle hold is important as it is the first leg position you’ll be working on with your no-assistance Planche hold.

 


Iron Cross Progression

Pt. 1

In this series, Carl breaks down one of the classic and favorite strength movements – the Iron Cross. Following our POSITION-MOVEMENT-PURPOSE (PMP) framework, this first progression goes over the importance of position and finding and leveraging torque, and recoginizing the keys positions you’ll need to hit at the start and finish of the Iron Cross.

Pt.2
In this series, Carl breaks down one of the classic and favorite strength movements – the Iron Cross. Following our POSITION-MOVEMENT-PURPOSE (PMP) framework, this next progression goes over the execution of the movement under no load, to emphasize the importance of maintaining torque throughout your movement between the start and finish positions.

Pt. 5

In this series, Carl breaks down one of the classic and favorite strength movements – the Iron Cross. In this video Carl demonstrates how to use bands as an assistance to help you scale the Iron Cross movements, by partially supporting your body weight as you build strength throughout the entire movement.

Pt6.

In this series, Carl breaks down one of the classic and favorite strength movements – the Iron Cross. In this video Carl demonstrates how to add another joint and use a functional movement, such as the Bulgarian Dip, to train for the Iron Cross.

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