|09-22-2005, 07:04 PM||#12|
Not to minimize Tim's comment, however results are indeed what count. That is why it is always most beneficial in the long term to execute a movement or exercise with the best technique possible.
Struggling to iron out technical difficulties during the muscle-up will result in substantially higher strength gains in the future. The finest I have seen was a single bar muscle-up with nearly 150% of bodyweight. This improvement took place gradually over a four year period - due primarily to a constant refinement of technique and correct physical preparation.
Yours in Fitness,
|10-01-2005, 06:00 AM||#14|
Great job Lincoln!
I've only been training CF for five weeks and I haven't attempted my first muscle up. It may be a while before I do but I am truly amazed at the results of this program.
Once again, great job!
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