Gold Medal Bodies - R1 Rings
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Serious Muscle - Tights Optional
It used to be that if you wanted to build the physique of an Olympic gymnast, you had to be an Olympic gymnast. Yeah. Good luck with that.
Élite gymnasts are groomed from early childhood, and their bodies are by result of training several hours a day for years. Changes are, if you’re reading this, that you’re not one of them. And that’s OK because we have something that can help you.
Rings One is your ticket to real-world strength and natural, fluid power.
Can we give you skills rivaling a real gymnast? No. If there were such a shortcut, you can bet that somebody would have found it before now. We can’t turn you into an Olympic caliber athlete in just a few sessions a week, but we can make you stronger than you might believe, in less time than you’d expect.
In three months, you’ll be performing smooth, controlled flow routines on the rings, but you’ll be getting stronger from your very first session.
Here’s What You Get:
Two Difficulty Levels - Level One is appropriate for most beginners, even if you can’t do more than a couple of pull-ups yet. Level Two is guaranteed to challenge strength athletes in any sport.
Tons of Exercises - We’ve filled two DVDs with clear instruction, but we didn’t stop with just demonstrating each technique a few times. Ever exercise is broken down and fully explained with on-screen performance cues.
Full 3-Month Training Programs - The Course Manual explains all of the necessary training theory and also includes weekly training charts for three months of practice - six if you perform both levels.
Unique Rings Flows - Gymnasts don’t just train a thousand reps of the same exercise over and over again. They do practice plenty of repetitions, but they also combine their skills into routines that challenge their control and endurance. Rings One also works toward developing flow routines that will force you to perform each skill smoothly.
Full Body Workouts - Rings challenge the entire body - arms, shoulders, back, core, and even legs - but we’ve also included additional leg exercise to make sure you build muscle evenly, from the ground up.