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.
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?
There are plenty of books, magazine articles and YouTube videos about calisthenics exercises but little in the way of how to use them effectively and in what sequence. In this article, I will touch on some of the ways in which exercises can be sequenced to produce startling gains in strength.
Few buzzwords in fitness evoke such head scratching as periodization. In this short primer, I’ll lift the veil, cut through the verbiage and get to the heart of the term and why you should be using it.
Calisthenics training is great however the question always remains: What’s the best way to climb each of the calisthenic progressions?