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Charity Event – Pushing Past Autism

Pushing Past Autism (link here) is a one-day event in which participants do as many pushups as they can in four hours. It is being held on Saturday May 16th, at the Western Connecticut State University in Danbury, CT.

In order to prepare you for the event, I’ve created a quick video to give you some training tips on pushup endurance.


If you are unable to make it to the event, you can simply head to the website   – – and donate there.

For the months of April and May, 100% of all T-shirt sales will be donated to this event. I will also match the total amount of T-shirt sales with an additional donation myself. So if you were thinking of buying a Beast Skills T-shirt, then head on over to the store and know you’re helping this charity too!

If you are actually going to the event, best of luck!


Next, just a reminder of a seminar I will be holding on Sunday April, 26th in Richmond, Virginia.

(  – $80 to register.)

There will be both a beginner and advanced seminar for those looking to learn basic and advanced acrobatic moves yourself. Click on the link above for times and more information.

And thanks to all those who commented on the April Fool’s moon seminar. No, I can’t offer group discount rates!


Finally, I posted a video several weeks ago showing a “pseudo-maltese” position on the rings.


This is a difficult position, but one which can strengthen up your chest and shoulders and make the backwards roll on the rings easier to master. Try to keep your hips in between the rings. I am using my lats to press off against my arms and stabilize myself. Give it a try and see what you think!


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Apr 13, 2009 | Category: Blog | Comments: none


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