As you all know I have a great love for speaking and writing about kipping pullups and all things kipping. I work for a gymnastics continuing education company (powermonkeyfitness), coach adult gymnastics at Crossfit Verve and am a full time physical therapist. Because of this I have the unique opportunity to see where people get hurt while kipping, rehabilitate them and then allow them to optimize their movement and performance afterwards. I wanted to share some of this knowledge to you guys in a mega article series I made for TrainHeroic.com.
Train Heroic is the company I use to deliver my fitness pain free performance programming. It’s essentially a super user friendly platform that enables me to easily deliver my programming to my athletes on a daily basis.
I’m currently running a special as a part of recently switching over to trainheroic.com for my programming. The 1st 50 sign-ups will receive a 40% discount on the programming ($15 per month subscription). Hurry up since we’re almost filled up.
Definitely my most comprehensive kipping article to date,
Anatomy, Causes and Treatment of Jumper’s Knee (Patellar Tendinopathy) Part 1
Why Do I Have Knee Pain? Complete Guide to Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome: Part 1 – Prevalence, Presentation and Anatomy
Are Lat Stretches Dangerous? and 5 Better Ways to Gain Overhead Mobility
Are Deep Loaded Squats Bad for the Lower Back? A Deep Investigation into the Safety and Performance of the Deep Squat: Part 8
7 Ways to Make Deep Loaded Squats Safer for Your Knees – A Deep Investigation into the Safety and Performance of the Deep Squat: Part 7
3 More Reasons Kipping Pullups Cause Injury
3 Reasons Kipping Pullups Cause Injuries
4 Reasons Why You Can’t Perform Kipping Pull-ups and Muscle-ups