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Whether you are stuck at work or just got home from a long day, these movements are a great addition to your daily agenda to help keep you active and strong.
This cycle of the gymnastics workout program concentrates on upper body and core strength with some unilateral leg exercises worked in.
Using the trampoline may seem juvenile, but there are some undeniable benefits for overall health.
Forget the gym - all you need for the perfect workout is your body, space to move, and something to carry.
These workouts combine kettlebell swings, bodyweight core movements, and yoga sequences.
Feeling up for a challenge? The dragon flag might be hard, but this variation is a different beast entirely.
This cycle of the bodyweight workout will focus on holds, strength, and flexibility using arm balances, inversions, and deep flexibility work.
The workouts in this 12-week cycle will be twenty minutes or less, with plenty of time to focus on flexibility, agility, and recovery.
Here are some pistol squat tips and regressions to overcome mobility restrictions and gain confidence.
This 12-week cycle of bodyweight workouts focuses on developing balance and strength with the use of one-limbed movements.
Train your core, shoulders, and grip with this simple yet devastating variation of the hanging leg raise.
Handstands aren't just hard - they're also awkward. Here are five steps to help you get more comfortable upside down.
This easy at-home workout will help you gain strength and lose fat.
Here's a push up regression that allows you to engage all the muscles required for a proper push up.
Improving your rowing skills will enable you to do more work in less time, plus be fresher and sharper for other tasks at hand.
It's one thing being able to do a few handstand push ups. It's another to be smooth and fast at them.
You've tried everything to get a muscle up. Here's advice that works, works fast, and works well.