Date: 2019-09-30 15:00:03
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Who has the worst form you’ve ever seen when doing calisthenics exercises? Is there really even such thing as having “bad form”. In this episode of Calisthenics Talk, I talk about the acceptable form for a pull-up. The standard of the pull up seems to vary across the board. Some calisthenics competitions will accept micro bends in the elbow and the chin meeting the bar but not going over it. What is the standard, should all calisthenics athletes be held to the competition standard of pull ups? A few of the athletes I reviewed in this video is Adam Raw, a veteran in the calisthenics game and has earned his stripes on the bar over and over again. Adam raw is not only a strong calisthenics competitor he is a well-rounded athlete. I also reviewed Kali Muscles “35 Pull-ups”
challenge. Now while his form may not meet the standard form for a competition, this doesn’t make his form “wrong”. For the goal of muscle building/hypertrophy, his form gets the job done. It’s important to understand your goal and understand why you’re performing an exercise in a certain way. Enjoy this episode of calisthenics talk, engage, and share!
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