Diagonal Tuck Clutch
Diagonal Tuck Clutch
Intermediate Difficulty
Isometric Exercise
Muscles Involved
Human musclesObliquesSerratusBicepsSpinal ErectorsLats
Secondary Muscles
Obliques
Serratus
Biceps
Spinal Erectors
Lats
Exercise Performance
Approach your vertical base, and get into the basic clutch hold. From here, get into a Diagonal Split Clutch. Once your right leg is tucked as close to your trunk as possible, draw up your left leg so that it’s next to your upper leg. Both legs should now be in a mild tuck position, and your trunk and shins should form a diagonal line. Hold the position, breathing normally.
Progressions
Master - 1x10 Second
Exercise Video

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