Last night was so fun! Work doesn't feel like work when you are with an incredible team! Congrats @liampayne! You are killing it! Thank you @jaquelknight for always giving me such wonderful opportunities! My 😇 _______ On a eu trop de fun hier soir! C'est difficile d'appeler ça "travailler" quand l'équipe est aussi merveilleuse! Un gros bravo @liampayne pour ta performance! Merci @jaquelknight, de toujours m'inclure dans de si beaux projets! Mon 😇
The Ali series, named after Muhammad Ali, is some our greatest space creators. Our true terminology is a "misdirection dribble." The reason to move it's always effective is because defenders are taught to beat a person that they're guarding to the spot. So no matter how many times you do it, the defender has to respect the fact that you may go in the direction that you're dribbling. So when you abruptly go in the opposite direction of the dribble the space is automatically created.
But for our crew, which consists of some of the best shooters in the country, it's a little different. We don't need a lot of space ...we just need daylight. The Ali's allow for you to get into your shot quickly or to create great separation by relocating with the the action. On this particular Ali we add a "cut against the grain" as the man recovers!! Video Cred to the BEST in the business: @o_datruth
Han passat 9 mesos desde que va començar el curs i ens vam coneixer, hem passat fred, ens hem mullat, passat molta calor al bus, caminat, corregut, ens hem enfadat, hem rigut, en definitiva hem après! Happy Summer! ❤️
Throwing it back to one of our former athletes! She showcases some really important techniques that we believe in and teach here in our gym! . . First, yanking the bar downward in the kip is the action that creates the weightlessness to sit up and lean forward to cast. The next action is a violent shove downward. She is short here, but she was being a little bit safe on this turn. Second, shape change is necessary for aggressive clear hips. The action that creates the strong vertical lift is a violent pull downward on the bar as the athlete is upside down. Next, is the hand slide technique for pirouetting. If you watch carefully, her left hand moves to the right on the upswing. This allows for the shoulders to turn and for the pressure against the bar to accelerate the turn. Athletes will become much more adept and confident on pirouetting when they implement this technique. Lastly, the one-two method for overshoots is the most reliable and consistent way to create an overshoot to handstand. Watch as the arms release the bar separately. This separation turns the athlete and flips them easily. The first arm that releases should reach down to the floor and the low bar to facilitate this happening. . . In the comments below, let us know what you think and if you have any questions! We believe strongly in all these ideas and we hope you implement them and use them!