Planche + push-up

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    Planche + push-up

    I recently discovered the conquer 20 darebee poster, (I found also the others posters interesting).

    I want to try the exercise 18, planche + push-up, does somebody know a video?
    Any advice?


    #2
    Youtube for video? There is a workout called Planche Prep.

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      #3
      I searched on you tube "planche push ups" but I did not found someone doing it as the darebee illustration:
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      Not even someone just doing the planche that way.

      I did not know about the workout, thanks.
      I can see that the planche position is different from the planche + push up one and similar to the one of the videos:
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        #4
        No. 18 is more a Crane-pose push-up.
        This is close but not really the thing.

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          #5
          This is technically a tucked planche. Not really a crane pose, as your knees do not touch your arms (or anything else). It's an easier version of the planche as you create a way shorter lever with your legs being tucked in.

          I hope this helps.

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            #6
            Tuck planche is a propaedeutic of planche. Push-up version of the exercise is more difficult that the isometric one.
            From a theoretical point of view, in order to do tuck planche push ups you should be able to manage advance tuck planche. There is a gap of strength level from the two versions.

            It's possible to understand the level of strength needed on the basis of weighted dip (notably strength is not the only requirement to do such exercise, one has to work on his body to "forge" it, e.g. conditioning tendons and joints)

            Anyway, a tuck planche push up correspond to manage weighted dip with 1.55 x bodyweight (e.g. if one weighs 70 kg, she should be able to do dips with 38.5 kg as ballast

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              #7
              You need two bars to do weighted dip (and "normal" dip) right?

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                #8
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                Yes, you can have some similar to the image or a also a dip station (is a structure "dedicate" to dip exercise).
                In my opinion the dip bar in image can be more useful, since you can use them not only for dips, but also for several other exercises, e.g. example to Australian pull ups, body rows, also planche (since planche on bars is easier than planche on the ground).

                Notably, if you decide to buy dip bars, you have to consider their height considering your height (otherwise you can have problems with legs against ground) and stability

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