[/caption] On Nov. 23, the 7 p.m. class is going to be a kipping workshop. We won’t have an actual workout planned, and we’ll spend the hour talking about how you can learn to kip–which you can then apply to pull-ups, toes-to-bars and muscle-ups. If you already know how to kip, we can tighten up your form or talk about butterfly kipping. Because kipping can place a huge amount of strain on the joints, we want you to do at least 5 strict pull-ups before we get into a lot of kipping. Even if you can do strict pull-ups, you should still keep strict pulls in your programming to avoid overuse injuries that can come from relentless kipping. If you can’t yet do 5 strict pull-ups, you can absolutely come to the kipping workshop. We’ll show you how to kip, and then we’ll teach you how to improve your strength so you can get strict pull-ups and prepare your shoulders to kip. There will be a regular workout at 5 and 6 p.m. for those who don’t want to kip. See you there!
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