bodyweight exercises

Step forward and learn how to perform this staple single-leg bodyweight exercise.
Dips are the squat for the upper body. Include this exercise and grow stronger before you know it.
Think you know push ups? What about wrist push ups, one-arm push ups, and dive bombers? And can you do the variations of each of those?
Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee... and move like a badass!
The L-Sit belongs in every athlete's alphabet of bodyweight exercises.
Get low to the ground and embrace crawling: the locomotion of babies and the killer workout of athletes.
Get ready to meet a wickedly skilled, strong calisthenics athlete - who is 100% vegan.
Pistols are valuable for proprioception, which means anyone who runs, works, or moves around on an uneven surface will benefit from training them.
This training method provides a great way to build the neurological skill to move heavy objects. Here's why it works and how to best use this approach.
In our lines of work, we are often faced with little equipment and little time to spare. This workout can be done fifteen minutes before your shift or during a break.
This week's picks are all about building you up, filling in the holes in the training, and creating a better, stronger, faster you.
Who knew you could have so much workout variety with no equipment?
Here's how you can build up the strength to do strict HSPUs in your workouts.
Moving well enables you to embrace, conquer, and overcome life. It allows you to be capable. You were made to move.
In this video, Ben demonstrates the basic kneeling get up along with five challenging variations: prisoner, weight plate, kettlebell, barbell, and dumbbells.
Here are several progressions that will help you on your way to a strict headstand push up.
The movement of crawling is being touted as a rehabilitative, restorative, and even a performance-enhancing movement. It would even be hysterical, if it weren't for the fact that is completely true.