Gymnastics Conditioning Circuit Training at The University of Illinois Gymnastics Part 2

Gymnastics Conditioning Circuit Training at The University of Illinois Gymnastics Part 2

42 Replies to “Gymnastics Conditioning Circuit Training at The University of Illinois Gymnastics Part 2”

  1. Forgive me for prying – but as a physician, I was wondering if you had been in halo traction in the past? Scares me as a mother of a young gymnast

  2. I wish I was good enough to get a gymnastics scholarship :/ i only got sixth at state on rings because thats the only event I competed in high school.

  3. does doing handstand presses on raised bars make it more difficult then doing it on the ground?
     

  4. how does this work? i mean is it with reps or is it with time like 20sec work 20sec rest and so on..? and is this how gymnasts build their physique? anyway nice vid and you did a very good job 

  5. When the guys are doing back tucks for reps, I'm reminded of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Secret of the Ooze.

    "Ai! Ten flips now!"

  6. Awesome work man!! I have never done a back flip or any "horse" work but those muscle ups look tough:) Great video. Subscribing;)

  7. WOW old man is definitely a lot stronger and mobile then e looks ill tell you that much haha!!!! bet his wife likes it hehe…

  8. Doing some gymnastics classes certainly can't hurt your BB Quickness/agility! Go for it! Thanks for tuning in BTW

  9. appreciate your vids where you are showing actual training!!! That helps a lot, I am about 15 years behind on training, maybe 10 if you count that I am halfway in shape but still loosing weight trying to get to where I need to be. And I had a physical hard job.

  10. aw, thanks dude. I hope to do better this year when I go back to do this all again! Gotta keep stayin' in the game!

  11. I am pretty sure he's being sarcastic, god damn man, it looked like you only stopped few months not years. Very impressive.

  12. Thanks Tracy 🙂 I'm actually a retired gymnast! It's been 12 years since I competed so I'm just trying to stay in the best shape I can

  13. Hardest part probably pommel, press to handstand or planche presses. If we're looking at moving with as little assistance as possible, definitely planche press.

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