Exercise Description

What is the tuck front lever?

The tuck Front Lever is a static Calisthenics element. It is a great exercise in order to learn the Front Lever, as the athlete needs to perform smaller force in order to counter the legs weight. This exercise consists of hanging from a bar or rings and placing the body in parallel with the ground. To do that, the athlete needs  to fully straighten the body in a horizontal position. This variation consists in flexing both legs in order to make this exercise the easiest as possible

Muscles Involved in Front Lever

The main muscles involved on the tuck Front Lever are:

– Back Muscles: serratus anterior, latissimus dorsi and quadratus lumborum, rhomboid, teres minor.

– Shoulder & Chest Muscles: posterior deltoid, pectoralis major and pectoralis minor.

– Arm Muscles: 3 heads of triceps, wrist and finger flexors, pronator teres, pronator quadratus.

– Core Muscles: transversus abdominis, rectus abdominis and obliquus externus.

– Leg Muscles: quadricep muscles, inner thigh, hamstrings, glutes, calves and foot muscles.

– Other: Neck Muscles.

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