Dynamic Ab Work



This is a great way to incorporate chains into your ab training. Good stuff.


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Decline Push-Ups with Chains.

Time to make some noise.

How to Set Up Bands and Chains.

The basic technique.

Kneeling Jumps With Chains. Interesting combination.
Video for Gymchat 243 - How to Improve Your Pull Ups (Frank DiMeo).

Thanks again to everyone who watched and sent in questions for the discussion Gymchat 243 - How to Improve Your Pull Ups [with Strength Coach Frank DiMeo, joined by Personal Trainer (and Strength Athlete) Josh Hewett] - much appreciated. If you haven't seen it yet (or simply want to go over a particular point again), here's the entire video.

Keg + Chain Lifting. This is an interesting variation on the humble keg lift - use the hub. Nice one....
Expanding Your Training.Via Chasing Elite : a great article over on the Diesel Crew's site - SSgt Glass' Expanding Your Training [.pdf, 700kb]. SSgt Adam Glass discusses the use of a beautifully simple home gym setup; centred around kettlebells, chains and bands....


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