Welcome to Calisthenic Movement. My epithet is Alex. And in this video, I evidence you 10 basic strength practises. Let’s start with the first exercise, the Scapular Raise or Scapular Raise Hold. This exercise focuses on your back. It appears easy on the first position, but were difficult if you perform it correctly. You hang on a table, let your arms directly and draw your shoulder blades down and together. With military exercises, you activate your lats, trapezius and many other muscles in the back. This exercise is very helpful for your straight limb pluck strength. The next exercise is the Push Up Hollow Body Hold. Push your straight arms powerful towards the field and make a hollow mas position. With that you activate your pushing and core muscles, which include the delts, chest, serratus anterior and your abs. This exercise is helpful for your straight limb pushing strength. The next exercise is a Dip Forward Lean Support Hold.
Again you push yourself up to let your mas move slightly out of the vertical position. The more you elevate your mas out of the vertical position, the harder this film get. This exercise is good to civilize the shoulders, lats, and trapezius, and will also help you to develop straight limb strength. Let’s move on with the Reverse Plank Bridge or Crab Hold. Support yourself with your arms and elevate your pelvis until your mas is in horizontal boundary. Now you activate the backside of your shoulders, trapezius and the whole posterior chain, which includes the erector spinae, the hamstrings, and glutes. The next both activity are the Handstand Walk and the Hold on the Wall. The tread instructs your pushing muscles like shoulders, chest, and triceps in the first place, and also requirement reinforcement of your core muscles to stabilize the body. The Hold On the Wall instructs your trapezius and shoulders. In the same day you mobilize your shoulder joints when you place your wrists (?) very near to the wall. These practises could be (?) the basic strength and mobility for the straight handstand. Let’s go on with the Bear Crawl or Gecko Walk.
Start gradually and always move one limb and the opposite leg forward at the same day. This exercise instructs your whole anterior chain which include abs, delts, chest, hip flexor, and the quadruplets. In addition to that, you get a coordinative civilize. The next exercise is the Arch Hold. Lift your arms and draw your chin to your chest. Avoid to look forward and over-stretch your cervix. Lift a bit of your upper-body as well as your legs. This exercise is perfect to civilize your posterior chain. It instructs your trapezius, erector spinae, the hamstrings and glutes. The exercise to civilize the opposite muscles is the Hollow Body Hold. Here you also draw your chin to the chest and keep your thought in a neutral position. Lift the shoulder blades and legs off the field. This exercise is a very ...Read More