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?
You’re ill, down and seemingly out. Does your training progress have to suffer?
With sadness at the news that the CBS show Limitless is ending after one season and the joy of anticipation of another Jason Bourne film, I ask myself, “What is it about these films that resonates with some people at the core of their being?
Avoid the temptation to mess around with exotic exercises and tweak basic movements instead. A great example of this refinement can be seen in what I’ve been honing recently: The Reverse lunge.
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