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Coaching Group - Wall To Free LV 2

Week 1 Day 2

Here is your full workout for today. This overview includes name, reps, and most important cues. IMPORTANT!!  To see the video click the (“+”) symbol next to the exercise name, and it will expand.

Look after yourself and only do what feels safe enough. Rest long enough between sets to be fresh but short enough not to get cold!

All About That TUCK


SHOULDER PREHAB

DemoExercise
Elastics - Front Flies in 5 Angles
8x each angle | 1 set
Elastics - Back Flies in 5 Angles
8x each angle | 1 set
Elastics - Outward External Rotations
8x each arm | 2 sets
Internal Shoulder Rotations with Elastic
8x each arm | 2 sets
Upwards External Shoulder Rotations with Elastic
8x each arm | 2 sets
Cross Pull Elastic Shoulder Rehab
8x each arm | 2 sets
Mobility Back Row
8x each arm | 2 sets

HANDSTAND TRAINING

DemoExerciseReps/SetsHow to/Cues
Wall Walks2x2Scapular elevated at all times. Look at hands at all times. Walk as close as possible to the wall. Do not allow your stomach to touch the wall. Feet only!
45 Handstand Leg Isolations2x3 each legFocus on isolation! Move 1 leg at the time only. Do not jump away from the wall. Do not bring the foot further away from the wall than the hands as a counterweight! Keep your shoulders over your hands at all times and do not arch your back!
45 Handstand Single Leg Tuck Slides2x2 each legKeep the top leg perfectly immobile on top of the hands, shoulders and hips. Keep your lower back straight and your hips in a neutral position.
Tuck Slides2x3Knees touch the wall. Knees stay together. Hands shoulder width apart! Look at your hands at all times. Do not round your lower back. Do not close shoulders.
L Handstand Pulls2x2Start by aligning your shoulders over your hands. Use your back to pull your hips over your hands and shoulders.
Tuck Take Off3x2Have your hands slightly further than in a regular tuck slide. Do not lean forward with your shoulders to take the feet off the wall. Instead simply peel the feet off but bending the knees more.
Box Tuck Single Leg Isolation1x2 each legIn the box tuck position extend one leg out towards the ceiling. Make sure the leg stays in 1 straight line right above the hands, shoulders and hips. Keep your immobile leg fully bent! Make sure your box is high enough so your lower back does not round in the tuck position. Better use a box too high than too low!
Box Tuck Hover1x2 each sideMake sure your box is high enough so your lower back is straight and the hips are in a neutral position. Do not use the top leg as a counter balance. Instead keep it right above the hands, shoulders and hips. Here elvate your scapula and bring the weight into the fingertips. Now carefully lift the second knee and levitate it on top of the box.
Box Tuck Leg Isolation2x2 each sideFocus on isolation! Move 1 leg at the time only. Do not jump away from the box. Do not arch your back using the leg as a counterweight! Keep your shoulders over your hands at all times. Do not round your back when you bring the first knee back to the box!
2on2 Tuck Slides2x2If you do not have blocks place your hands on the floor as close to each other as possible!

POST WORKOUT STRETCHES

DemoExercise
Back of Shoulder Stretch at Wall
30sec each arm | 1 set
Active Sphinx
8x | 1 set
Hip Opener with Yoga Block on Stomach
30sec each arm | 1 set
Z-Stretch
30sec each arm | 1 set
Z-Stretch Side Bend
30sec each arm | 1 set
Reverse Wrist Stretch
20sec each hand | 2 sets
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Knees sligthly bent. Hips and shoulders parallel. Back of the hands facing towards the back. Keep your shoulders down and back straight.

Knees sligthly bent. Hips and shoulders parallel. Back of the hands facing towards the back. Keep your shoulders down and back straight.

Hips and shoulders are squared. Isolate the movement only into the arm and keep the elbow connected with your hip.

Hips and shoulders are squared. Isolate the movement only into the arm and keep the elbow connected with your hip.

Make sure there is 1 straight line connecting both shoulders and your working elbow. Keep your elbow on that line at all times and use it as an axis to rotate the forearm up. Keep your hips and shoulders squared.

Shoulders and hips are squared. Knees sligthly bent. Let your elbow guide the movement.

Core engages. Weight evenly on both feet

Keep your elbow locked and place the palm of your hand flat against the wall. Play with different angles until you find the one that works for you!

Push arms into floor. Lower stomach stays on floor. Use back muscles ro raise and pull head back. Shoulders down!

Do not arch lower back. Isolate stretch in hip flexor. Keep hips parallel to the floor.

90 degrees angle in the knees. Keep both glutes and the floor and your hips and shoulders squared.

Do not rotate. Make sure your hips and shoulders stay squared!

Gently stretche the wrist back into the opposite direction that you just worked on.