The following PowerPoint presentation was for a class(the class responsible for this blog in general).
The following is a simple Sun Salutation, that anyone can do, this of course like every exercise can be modified according to your agility, mobility, range of motion, etc.
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Since I started crossfit, I’ve always looked for ways to improve my overall health. If there was a movement I was having trouble with, I always searched internet wide for accessories to whatever exercise I wanted to improve, since I was with most bodyweight exercises having no equipment of my own. I found myself doing specific stretches commonly used in yoga but targeted for crossfitters. and basically that is how I got into yoga to compliment crossfit at that time.
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In this post I’ll basically be explaining(or at least try to, bear with me I am so bad at this), at least for me, the importance of training with gymnastics rings.
[GMB Fitness Youtube]
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[Flikr: Pull up by Ross Pollack]
Ashley P., A., Samuel J. E., L., Rajesh, K., & James D., C. (2017). Heat and Dehydration Additively Enhance Cardiovascular Outcomes following Orthostatically-Stressful Calisthenics Exercise. Frontiers In Physiology, Vol 8 (2017), doi:10.3389/fphys.2017.00756/full
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For the past few months I’ve been working on a calisthenics program, mainly cause I was bored of doing what I normally and it seemed like a good Idea to spice things up a bit in my routine.
I’ve been doing Crossfit since 2013 shortly after my father died, seeking a distraction I looked towards fitness, and since then I’ve been doing crossfit up until Hurricane Maria hit which threw me heavily off of my routine. Slowly I started getting back at it, but I started to lose interest in going to the gym, in lifting weights.
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