10/07/2007 6:00am, #1
Bullshido's Crossfit Workout - Sunday 071007
10/07/2007 9:56am, #2
I'll be trying this tomorrow... maybe modified since I don't have any rings! I'll post my time(s) here.
Nobody else gonna post any times?
10/07/2007 10:36am, #3
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Don't have rings either anywhere close and probably couldn't use them because of an injury at the moment.
What would be a good substitute for the rings?
10/07/2007 10:56am, #4Originally Posted by Phrost
I think you could make do with 2 platforms and a gap in the middle and go full stretch. It's not quite the same but it would be better than nothing.
One other option is to use dips as a substitute exercise.
To be honest, there's no replacement for the rings, so you'll have to either follow the principle and use two movements (handstand pushup and another to target the chest/delts/tris) or just follow the same protocol but use different exercises (eg chins and dips)
Have fun if you do it, and POST THE TIME :D
EDIT - looking at the crossfit site (http://www.crossfit.com/mt-archive2/000838.html), there are a number of people asking about substitute exercises as, obviously, most people have no rings!!! One suggestion was regular dips, another was jumping pullups.
SECOND EDIT - oops... didn't catch the bit about the injury! As El Macho said, If you can't do them because of an injury, don't bother trying! There's always the option of sticking chins in instead :)
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10/07/2007 11:25am, #5
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For dips, well, a regular dip station and a pair of towels. You grap a towel in each dip handle, then you grab the towels rather than the handles when you do the dip. If you have a wrist injury, however (I assume that's what you are referring to Phrost), I would avoid anything resembling a dip (rings or no rings) if I were you, at least not until you heal.Read this for flexibility and injury prevention, this, this and this for supplementation, this on grip conditioning, and this on staph. New: On strenght standards, relationships and structural balance. Shoulder problems? Read this.
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