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. This week I share some more knowledge about how to safely coach and progress kipping movements with an article I wrote for TrainHeroic.com. Last article touched on how to assess the arch and hollow position and then how to build those basic movements. That forms the foundation of our kipping. This week we really go into depth about:
Now that I think about it, this article has an enormous amount of information. If you’re a coach or therapist who works with athletes who kip then this article is for you.
Want to learn more about shoulder injuries as well as how to rehabilitate back from them? This short video is part of a larger and much more comprehensive educational course and rehabilitation training program on rehabilitation from shoulder injury called “Ultimate Shoulder.”
“Ultimate Shoulder” is a 12 week training program to help you fully understand and rehabilitate back from shoulder injuries:
So much kipping,
How Shoulder Injuries Occur During Kipping Pull-ups and Muscle-ups
The 4 Pillars of Building Overhead Strength
Is It Bad to Round the Lower Back During a Deadlift?
Are Kipping Pull-ups Really That Dangerous? Part 3: Progression, Volume Management and Periodization
How Tight Lats and Kipping May Cause Shoulder Pain (Subacromial Shoulder Impingement)
4 Reasons Why You Can’t Perform Kipping Pull-ups and Muscle-ups
A Simple Modification for Kipping Pull-ups You’ve Never Tried
How to Rehab Your Athletes Back to Kipping Pullups – Part 2