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Most people trying to become strong, if they're doing men's gymnastics strength training or calisthenics strength training, find they simply don't have the range of movement in the joints and the muscles to be able to do the full versions of many of the exercises. That doesn't stop people trying to do them though, and getting stronger in the process. If you want to supercharge your strength work in these areas though, you need to work on mobility at the same time. If you find you don't have the range of movement to do something, like the Cossack squat, for example, then you'll need to do some specific stretching exercises in order to get that range of movement.

A side, but related note. The mind always comes up with these false oppositions – we want strength and mobility. The question of which you put your emphasis on depends only on your current suite of physical characteristics. Welcome to the Forums.

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