Great Rings Routine

People that have never used the gymnastic rings may know they are difficult but it takes a try on them to truly grasp the strength it takes to do an impressive routine.

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I came upon this video awhile back. It shows gymnast Andreas Aguilar at the 1991 World Professional Gymnastics Championships. Its most likely just an exhibition, rather then competing, due to the moves he performs.

Of particular note I want you to pay attention to the muscle up in the L-sit position. That may very well be one of the smoothest muscle ups ever. A far cry from the kipping action most athletes use.

There’s quite a few iron crosses and you’ll want to pay attention to the very unique dismount.

Good Luck and Good Ring Training,
Logan Christopher

P.S. Rings can build awesome strength and you can buy a set of gymnastic rings here.

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2 Responses to Great Rings Routine

  1. shaun August 12, 2009 at 6:20 pm #

    Of all the rings routines you choose one from the early 90’s? It was well done for the time but nothing compared to Jordan Jovtchev or Juri Van gelder. How bout a victorian cross to invert?

  2. Logan August 17, 2009 at 9:57 am #

    I enjoyed this video but not to worry, as I be sharing many more in the including more current ones.

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