You can perform the typical, mainstream interval regimes and get great results. If you’re an athlete or looking to develop athleticism, interval training can become an art — the art of creating desired muscle adaptations in a very specific and targeted way.
Before you begin making all kinds of wild new year’s resolutions why not try a few things that will reduce the damage from excessive calorie consumption?
One common question I get regarding bodyweight training is “the exercises are too easy now, how can I make them more challenging?”
High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is popular and time efficient but are there better ways to get athletic fit with intervals? I’m not going to spend half this article knocking HIIT. After all, it is a scientifically proven approach to increasing aerobic and anaerobic fitness. It’s a great approach for those short on time and… Continue reading Beyond HIIT — A smarter approach to conditioning
Bodyweight training is ideal for athletic conditioning. Here’s my routine for October — the cliff notes version.
Forged from hours of testing and practice, I present my Bodyweight Training Manifesto. Take a journey into unconventional approaches to developing strength and power with bodyweight training.
It may be one of the most commonly asked questions on calisthenics: “Can I train every day?” The answer varies but is it even possible?