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Gapo1994

Gapo1994

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PostSubject: Full planche    Full planche  EmptySun May 08, 2011 5:51 pm

How can i get my first full planche hold ?
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Therapudic



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PostSubject: Re: Full planche    Full planche  EmptyMon May 09, 2011 8:20 pm

Follow the progressions outlined on the Dragondoor website. Other than that, a lot of dedication and persistent training.

Don't be discouraged. It can take over a year to get the full planche. Don't cheat yourself by doing a "bent armed planche" (which is technically nothing).

Are you trying to do it on the rings, parallel bars, or the floor?
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Gapo1994

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PostSubject: Re: Full planche    Full planche  EmptyTue May 10, 2011 5:30 pm

Therapudic wrote:
Follow the progressions outlined on the Dragondoor website. Other than that, a lot of dedication and persistent training.

Don't be discouraged. It can take over a year to get the full planche. Don't cheat yourself by doing a "bent armed planche" (which is technically nothing).

Are you trying to do it on the rings, parallel bars, or the floor?



Both pararel bars and flor Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Full planche    Full planche  EmptyMon May 23, 2011 5:36 pm

I've learned a good amount regarding planche training:


Do prehab. Period. If you don't you won't get far. Wrist push ups, fingertip push ups, planche leans, etc.

Leave your ego at the door. Don't be overzealous about training.

Be smart with your progressions. The guidelines are just that, guidelines. Make sure it doesn't get easy for you. You should always be trying, otherwise you're wasting your time(aside from prehab).
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PostSubject: Re: Full planche    Full planche  EmptyMon May 23, 2011 6:03 pm

raja wrote:
I've learned a good amount regarding planche training:


Do prehab. Period. If you don't you won't get far. Wrist push ups, fingertip push ups, planche leans, etc.

Leave your ego at the door. Don't be overzealous about training.

Be smart with your progressions. The guidelines are just that, guidelines. Make sure it doesn't get easy for you. You should always be trying, otherwise you're wasting your time(aside from prehab).


Your advice is well appreciated Very Happy Thank you Smile
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