Do you think that high volume front lever work on bar and rings (including full front lever holds, front lever raises, ice-cream makers, front lever pull-ups) done with different grip width is enough for a complete upper back and lats development.
Is there any possibility for it to overdevelop my lats in comparison with my middle back muscles? Take into account that I will use both retracted and protracted positions of the scapulae when working on the front lever. My concerns are primarily on the structural balance.
My upper body training consists of calisthenics only - handstand hold and HSPU, Planche work (insane biceps contractions here), Front and back lever work, deadhang muscle ups on bar and ab-wheel. I don't do any push ups, pull-ups and dips anymore. My lower body training is more of a maintenance training - high rep KB lunges, gironda sissy squat (fav quad builder), KB swings and cleans.
I have been training for several years almost all body weight exercises, 170cm, 70kg (154lbs), low bf. I have been eating low carb high fat for about 2 years (poliquin style).
Thanks in advance and sry for bad English.