Rough clips of some decent holds tonight. I’ve been filming from the side more frequently, as it is a LOT more informative for the handstand. DO IT. Still not where I want it to be, but still happy with the overall progress this year.
I’ve put such an insane amount of work into the one arm handstand. It is easily the most challenging skill I’ve ever worked. I know I still have a tremendous amount of work to do. There have been ups and downs in training, but here are some clips from the
Here are some 5 year old video clips of my one arm chin-up vs. my no-handed one arm chin-up (wrist holding onto the bar) I slowed down the footage, as the clips were very short in length. As you see, the two skills are pretty much identical, except for the
Took a trip to the Philadelphia School of Circus Arts at the beginning of March to work my one arm handstand – (www.phillycircus.com ) Met Lin Junming there, who was a fantastic teacher. I wrote up all I learned, and my thoughts here – (www.beastskills.com ) I’ll apologize for the
My submissions and eventual winners for Men’s Health Magazine “How Fit Are You?” Contest in 2007. First video shows clapping HSPU, one arm chin-up, and more. Second video, with its 4:30 am shoot time, is decidedly rougher, but I really like the press at the beginning. To answer the inevitable
In 1954, Roger Bannister was the first man to run a sub-4-minute mile. Within 3 years, 16 other runners had also. The psychological barrier had been broken. The one arm handstand pushup holds a similar mystique. While some say it is impossible, others are busy training for it. I’ve been
Inspired by Yury Tikhonovich and his one arm muscle-up in this video: www.youtube.com I wanted to try a similar skill on the rings. As you see, I try various grips for the pulling and assisting hand. Like Yury, I kick into it as well. If anyone can do the skill
Hey guys, just wanted to thank everyone who was able to come out to the Seminar yesterday. I had a lot of fun, and I hope you learned a lot. If anyone has a question about anything I covered in the seminar, please don’t hesitate to contact me. Next –
Hey guys, Jim from BeastSkills.com here. In this video I talk about the one arm negative. Check the One Arm Chin-up tutorial for full description of this exercise. – www.beastskills.com This video is to show you the actual speed I think you should try to achieve with the negative in
Here’s an old video from “the vault”. A 60 lb weighted rope climb from May 2006. I started working this exercise as a potential progression to the one arm rope climb but found it far too stressful on my elbows in the long run. Still fun to do though.
Hi, this is Jim from www.BeastSkills.com I visited Jack Arnow at his apartment last weekend. Here he showed me his home set-up for assisted one arm chin ups. He’s currently working towards a double bodyweight chin-up at 140 lbs. (He’s done +120 lbs already). And he’s 65! Check out my
Hello all, this is Jim from www.BeastSkills.com – a site dedicated to teaching you old-school bodyweight strength skills. Things like one arm chinups, handstand pushups, one arm handstands, and the like. I just got back from Ryan Lee’s Bootcamp in Connecticut, and despite it being 2am, I’m posting this quick