Gymnastics

In his new book, Paul "Coach" Wade answers a common question: How do you build muscle using bodyweight-only training?
This bodyweight hold will help you cross the bridge to athletic longevity.
Gymnastics strength training provides countless benefits to those willing to commit to the process.
You'll be a big fish in a little pond when you can crank out reps of the shrimp squat.
Al is not only a master of bodyweight strength but also of flexibility. Here, he teaches you the twist hold.
To become strong and stable, include the plank and its several variations in your bodyweight regimen.
Master this difficult hold, and leverage the strength gains into your overall athleticism
To stretch your boundaries further, you need a supple body. Learn five top flexibility standards that will empower you to achieve more.
Have you ever wanted to learn parkour? Let Al show you the best way to leap into this athletic practice with precision jumping!
The gymnast bridge will increase your flexibility, and is great for body control and coordination, too.
Cycle six of the gymnastics workout program concentrates on upper body and core strength with some unilateral leg exercises worked in.
Step forward and learn how to perform this staple single-leg bodyweight exercise.
Why start moving and controlling other things before you have learned how to move and control yourself?
Dips are the squat for the upper body. Include this exercise and grow stronger before you know it.
It’s easy to work with a talented athlete, but you need patience and knowledge to teach clients with little talent or possibly even desire.
Al provides rare insights to get your muscle up looking sharper and more solid.
At 89 years old, German gymnast Johanna Quaas is far from slowing down. This is one granny who you don't want to mess with!