Straight arms, grasp the parallel bars, don’t curve your arms too much; Regular grip — palms facing your body; Slowly, when inhaling, we make a dip down. Depth of lowering shall be about 90 degrees bent arms;Hold your body and head straight and don't bend forward.When doing the exercise it is necessary to move elbows to the sides, bend your legs and bend your body forward.
The Granny knot is one of the three Reef knot twins; the only difference is that the lines cross in opposite directions. The Granny knot is very insecure. It can easily slip along a line, and this feature allows it to turn effortlessly into a double half hitch — a hitch, very useful in boating.
This pizza is the choice of a true cheese lover, who believes that a blend of cheeses — soft and hard, mild and strong-tasting — is the best topping for a pizza. Our four cheeses are gorgonzola, mozzarella, parmesan and pecorino romano, but you can make any combination you like.
Preparatory position: feet shoulder-width apart, a straight back, we hold dumbbells near legs, then we bend an elbow to an angle of 90 degrees and at the same time supinate a palm upwards, the second arm remains still until return of the working arm into the preparatory position. After that we repeat the same with the other arm.
This hitch is used for attaching a rope to objects such as rings, rods, railings, posts, etc. It gained its popularity among sailors as a simple and effective knot for securing buntlines to the foot of square ships. This knot is not afraid of shaking, and tightens more with every jerk. It tends to jam and, after using it for a long time, can be difficult to untie. Good for setting up a tent.
Keep your elbows in so that they are parallel to your body.
Push your back down flat into the floor to isolate your abdominal muscles.
Gently curl your shoulders forward and up off the floor.
Continue to push down into the floor with your lower back.
Raise your shoulders about four to six inches only.
Hold and squeeze your abdominal muscles for a count of one.
The marlinespike hitch is a temporary knot used to attach a rod to a rope in order to form a handle. This allows more tension than could be produced comfortably by gripping the rope with the hands alone. It is useful when tightening knots and for other purposes in ropework.
Preparatory position: wide closed bar grip, feet shoulder-width apart, soft knees, the straight body, keeping a natural bend in a waist, looking in front of ourselves. Elbows are pressed tight to the body, we bend elbows and we raise the bar to an angle of 90 degrees, then we smoothly lower a bar down. In the lower point elbows aren't fully unbent, so that muscles remain in tension throughout all exercise. Watch that your body is not moving and that elbows remain still.