Parallettes One by GMB Fitness (Gold Medal Bodies) | My Experience & Review

Parallettes One by GMB Fitness (Gold Medal Bodies) | My Experience & Review

18 thoughts on “Parallettes One by GMB Fitness (Gold Medal Bodies) | My Experience & Review”

  1. This is great! I read that Timothy Ferris takes the paralletes on all his business trips for working out on the road!

  2. Thank's for the great review?

    Question about the program distribution when you sign up… can you repeat it if life gets in the etc. without paying and extra $95 – is it all online or do you get access to digital material as well?

  3. Wow, this is great! Appreciate you sharing your experience, and your video/presentation skills are ace πŸ™‚

    Don't give up on the bent arm stand – it's HARD, but you can get it.

  4. Definitely liked the video and the presentation, got a new subscriber for sure. One quick question, what brand of parallettes do you have, they look super sturdy and durable!

  5. Excellent video! Very straightforward and to the point, addressing all of my questions and concerns.
    I follow Chris Heria and Calisthenic Movement as well. Could you please give me your advice? My routine is at least 4 days per week weightlifting. I've been practicing calisthenic skills for at least 2 years but I never seem to be able to do even one skill. I'm good at weightlifting, push up, dips and pull ups, but calisthenics takes that to a whole new level! L-Sit, Dragon Flag, Human Flag and Muscle Up are what I have been practicing. I've followed the progressions of various You Tubers, but I feel that my limiting factor has been my lack of flexibility. I was thinking of doing parallettes one program to learn the L-Sit as it is easier on the parallettes than on the floor. When I practice the pike compressions, my thighs really hurt and I tend to lean back. I cannot do toe to bar! Would you advise to start instead with their basic Elements program to get more mobility and flexibility? I hate animal flow type of exercises as I feel like like I am just tiring myself out and accomplishing nothing. Do you think their focused flexibility program would be better? You do you recommend someone else all together like Daniel at Fitness FAQs, or the guys at Calisthenic Movement? Thank you in advance for your opinion!

    FYI I'm starting Gabo Saturno's (Saturno Movement) program on the 27th of February. It's a combination of Calisthenics and Yoga. I don't like yoga at all, but I'm trying to become more flexible and Gabo is amazing. It's his first program since he left THENX, so I'm a little skeptical about how it's going to be, but I figured at $9/month, it was worth a try! You should check it out. If you're not already enrolled, there is still time.

  6. Thanks for the great video. I just joined GMB to regain my functional strength and balance. So far, the program is exceptional – they are sticklers on proper form and progression.

    This review will help when I am ready to progress to parallettes.

    PS – adding shots of you actually doing the exercises was a big plus . . . two thumbs up

  7. Great review! I've had my eyes on GMB for a while because I want more movement in my program and they seem to offer the best programs. Btw I like the whole 'superhero' vibe on your channel, it mixes well with strength education πŸ˜‰

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