Unless you live full time at a CrossFit facility, the chances are you need to do lots of extra home and office practice and learning. Over the next few blog posts, we want you to think about, learn and practice the L sit.
Greg Glassman discusses the L sit here
To start off you need a “knee tucked in” version:. Get a stable chair, and with straight arms try and lift your bottom off the seat ( and feet off the floor: Obvs!!). In the early stages it’s a bit of a balance cheat, but still worth doing.
Notice how your bottom is behind your arms. You need to distribute your weight to get the balance. At this stage, your shoulders are stooped and your back rounded, but your abs are tight. Aim for a balanced attempt then shoot for 10 -45 seconds.
Next progression tomorrow ( but I’m more worried about getting home to watch Game of Thrones so I may do the next post on Tuesday. You won’t die)
This is the type of cool thing you can learn at our fantastic gymnastic strength classes at our Bethnal Green Gym in E2
Thanks to Tatsuo Ishima of www.ATHLETTIS.com for the sketch