Tuck Balance Part 3: Conditioning
Learning the Tuck Balance requires building the required strength to hold your body upside down. In this video, Mike Fitch reviews some concepts about conditioning, and then shows you 3 conditioning drills: the Pike Hold, Chair Pike, and Wall-Assisted Tuck Balance. This is Part 3 of 4 in the Tuck Balance Tutorial series. Check out the PDF included in this collection for instructions on how to incorporate this practice into your training or Animal Flow workouts.
As with all of your Animal Flow practice, be sure to warm up with your Wrist Mobility movements.
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