It reminds me of the year I spent learning yoga. I want it to be another tool in my bag of tricks and hopefully, I can make some substantial gains that would otherwise be lacking in my strength and conditioning routine.
- Leg Raise
- Handstand Push-up
Each movement has 10 progressions from anybody (level 1) to master class (level 10). These increase in difficulty and have beginner, intermediate and progression rep schemes. I am stronger in some movements than others.
Push-up - I am at Level 5, Full Push-ups - progression rep scheme is 2 x 20 (master is 1 arm push-ups)
Squats - I am at Level 3, Supported Squats - progression rep scheme is 3 x 30 (master is 1 leg squat)
Pull-ups - I am at Level 5, Full Pull-ups - progression rep scheme is 2 x 10 (master is 1 arm pull-up)
Leg Raise - I am at Level 3, Bent Leg Raise - progression rep scheme is 3 x 30 (master is hanging straight leg raise)
Bridging - I am at Level 1/2, Short Bridge / Straight Bridge - progression rep scheme is 3 x 50 / 3 x 40 (master is stand-to-stand bridges)
Handstand Push-up - I am at Level 3, Wall Hand Stand - progression is 2 min hold (master is 1 arm handstand push-up)
I intend to work through each movement progression daily. I have been playing around with the movements, but not carefully tracking my progress.