Victorian on Rings

In Bodyweight Mastery by admin3 Comments

Here is a video of a great routine, even including a rarely seen Victorian on the rings at 0:08 by Stanford’s Peter Derman.

Obviously quite impressive.

These skills may be way beyond your ability but that doesn’t mean you can’t be inspired by them.

In my gymnastics class I’ve talked quite a bit about the tumbling and even parallel bars and progress is still coming fast there. But I also play around with the rings.

For the first time I hit multiple muscle-ups on the rings in a row without re-gripping. Never worked on that before. Also working a bit towards one arm chinnups. Still have a long ways to go there.

Another thing that is inspiring is that there’s a couple guys there that can just about do the iron cross. Watching videos is one thing but seeing it live and up close is another.

If you get around people that are better than you, you have no choice but to be pulled upwards.

Good Luck and Good Gymnastics,
Logan Christopher

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  1. What is a victorian? He did some pretty impressive stuff in that video, but I am not sure which of it was considered a Victorian?

    1. @Ben: Its the move right at 8 seconds where the crowd starts cheering heavily. It is similar to a front lever except the arms are at the sides not held in front of the body, and it is was of the most difficult rings moves.

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