See example exercises below for Gym Chalk.
Ring Dips Ring training exercises
A fundamental gym rings exercise and popular bodyweight movement - rings dips develop excellent triceps and shoulder flexibility.
Performing the muscle-up using gymnastics rings.
Learn about the benefits of the fundamental pull-up exercise on gymnastic rings and develop a phenomenally strong and defined back.
Ring rows are a good beginners movement to people that are new to ring training. It's also a progression exercise for anyone wanting to build up strength for unassisted pull-ups.
Ring push-ups are a slight variation on the traditional bodyweight push-up, introducing gymnastics rings to the exercise to add an element of instability.
Ring L-Sit Ring training exercises
The Ring L-Sit is a static strength hold performed on gymnastics rings that intensely trains the abs and core body.
The one-arm ring row is an ideal upper-body exercise if you've mastered the standard ring row and are looking for the next progression.
The support position is the fundamental starting point for ring training and to develop the ability to manipulate your own bodyweight. This static hold will develop the core strength required to simply suspend your body from the floor, assisted only by the arms.
The Ring Handstand exercise is an advanced gymnastics strength hold on gym rings.
Iron Cross Ring training exercises
The Iron Cross is a notorious and iconic strength hold performed on gymnastics rings.
Ring Fly Ring training exercises
The Ring Fly exercise using gymnastic rings is an excellent bodyweight movement for chest and shoulder development.
The Bulgarian Pull-up is a variation on the standard pull-up exercise using gymnastics rings. It is often used in gymnastics when learning the iron cross.
Ring rollouts are an excellent abdominal exercise, that generate an incredible amount of muscular tension.
The front lever is a fundamental gymnastics strength hold that trains the core body and back muscles. This exercise considers the bodyweight hold on a set of gymnastics rings rather than static bar.