#transformationtuesday I wish to share my story with you. The picture on the left is 6 months before i started Calisthenics i was at my heaviest ever at 94kg, not in a good place, but also in a toxic relationship which didnt help matters. I knew i had to do something, so i met with an old friend and i started my journey with calisthenics in January 2015, out of my relationship and had a focus to get back into shape and learn to like myself again. 2 1/2 years on calisthenics has completely changed my life, i love what i do and now run my own gym, i have remained single for that time and now surrounded by positive people to whom i am thankful to have in my life. This is now my way of life, im weighing a lean 75kg and feel great, i get to teach what i love and lift people up the same way people lifted me. I want to thank everyone for supporting and motivating me and being there to see me grow again 🙏🏼❤️
#dragonflag max hold after todays core workout. Could have gone longer but felt some pain in the scapula, felt like shoulderblade was digging in into the muscle. Are the shoulder blades supposed to be protacted or retracted during dragonflags??? 🤔
Lucky shot i guess 😬 i almost never practice the planche, just because it's to hard still. I got loads of other things to learn and don't want to be able to do only the planche. But when i practice, i do some dragonflag because i think its good for the body position. Tucked holds for more power (Locked arms) And finally negatives from handstand to straddle planche. Can you do the planche ? And what did you do for it ? Have a great day y'all 💪🏼 stay strong 💪🏼
Super quick mixed-bag practice of various moves on way to a client this morning, implementing some of the stuff I learned with the #PCC ..
Lots of 'technical tightening' needed, but that's part of the journey and part of why I love this kind of training 🖒💪🙌