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Gymnastics Workout: Cycle 6, Week 12

Cycle six of the gymnastics workout program concentrates on upper body and core strength with some unilateral leg exercises worked in.


Week Twelve

Day One

On rings – 7 x shoulder stand – roll to shoulder stand

3 x

  • Max effort muscle up
  • Rest as needed

Day Two

4 sets of:

  • :30-1:00 ankle stretch
  • :10-:30 wrist support
  • :30 bridge

Day Three

10-20 handstand forward roll to pistol

Cycle six of the gymnastics workout program concentrates on upper body and core strength with some unilateral leg exercises worked in. This cycle applies the rolls and balance work we have done in past cycles to more than just the floor and strikes a good balance between basic skill and strength work.

For more videos of the movements in these workouts, visit the Breaking Muscle Youtube channel and the CrossFit EST Youtube channel.

Post your workout results, comments, and questions to the Breaking Muscle forum.

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Bodyweight Workout: Cycle 1, Week 3

Don’t let lack of exercise equipment stop you from getting strong. These bodyweight workouts require minimal equipment and the space of a yoga mat.


Week 3

Day 1: Interval Day

A.
1 minute Squat-Thrust-Burpee
1 minute Strict Push Ups
1 minute Alternating Abdominal Bicycles

B.
4 Rounds:
30 seconds Handstand Hold
30 seconds Air Squats

1 minute Double Raised Legs

C.
1 minute Squat-Thrust-Burpee
1 minute Strict Push Ups
1 minute Janda Sit Ups

D.
4 Rounds:
30 seconds Plank to Push Up, alternating arms
30 seconds Star Jumps

The bodyweight workouts require only the space of a yoga mat. The workouts are scheduled three days per week – Monday, Wednesday, and Friday – but feel free to jump in wherever you like. Every third workout is designed to use a pull-up bar and box or bench. Please warm up the body with joint mobility or Primal Move exercises to prepare for your workout. Yoga can provide an excellent cross training workout for this programming.

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Mommy Workout: Diastasis Recti Recovery, Week 6

The diastasis recti cycle is for moms who are looking for a gentle way to work out and gradually rebuild core strength and stability.


Week 6

Day 1

45 minute brisk walk/run

Day 2

3 Rounds:

  • One-arm row x 15/side
  • Single leg deadlift x 15

Day 3

Yoga: Vinyasa Flow (omit ab bicycles)

Day 4

3 Rounds:

I designed the diastasis recti recovery cycle for moms who are looking for a gentle and effective way to rebuild core strength and stability.

Having dealt with diastasis recti myself in the past, I know how frustrating it can be. The good news is, with time, patience, and consistency, diastasis recti can be healed.

The cycle includes three four-week phases:

Phase one focuses on stabilizing the core muscles and restoring abdominal strength and low back support through bodyweight workouts with gentle core strengthening exercises, daily walking, and restorative core exercises done daily.

Phase two continues the exercises from phase one, but with kettlebell workouts added in twice a week to build strength gradually. The strength exercises in phase two will have a higher volume and lower load than in phase three.

Phase three adds in one day of intense cardiovascular exercise while increasing the load and turning down the volume for your strength work.

You will probably notice there are no traditional core exercises in this series, like sit ups or toes to bar. Until your diastasis has completely healed, avoid these exercises. Even after your diastasis has closed, you may choose to avoid these exercises and opt for movements that place less load on the abdominal wall.

Please reach out with any questions! You can email me at Nicole@breakingmuscle.com.

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