November 17, 2013
      Before attempting this you should be able to do the following:
      Dip Support
      L-Sit Pike

      This skill requires dramatic abdominal and hip flexor strength. Tight hamstrings and lower back will make this significantly more difficult.

      Using the parallel handles jump to a support position. Work hard to retract your shoulders and press down hard into the handles to keep your upper back from rounding out. Once in a stable position lift your knees to your chest. If your shoulders collapse inward try lifting your legs only part way up or spend more time on the Dip Support.

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