90 DEGREES

The goal with this combination is to incorporate some isometric gymnastics elements into a breathing workout. Even though the ring L-ups can be considered dynamic, the support lockout position stays constant. I'm always looking for ways to work on foundational shapes and positions under fatigue without compromising technique. The focus on the L-ups is to keep elbows and knees completely locked out while maintaining ring turnout. If your elbows tend to bend on these, use a stable surface like boxes with hands turned out 90 degrees. -Colin Geraghty
For Time: 10.9.8….1
Power Cleans (Men: Bodyweight/Women: 70% Bodyweight)
Burpee broad jumps
Ring support L-ups

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