bodyweight exercises

The work in this week’s program will challenge the base you've built in the first three weeks with a significant amount of volume and concludes with different ring variations to bring variety.
Instead of debating whether free-weights or calisthenics reigns supreme, first, identify your training goal.
Part 3 builds directly on the work from the previous 2 weeks. We use similar movements but increase the loading with more difficult variations, higher repetitions, and longer holds.
Climbing a rope used to be a PE staple, but has become an almost inconceivable task for adults and children alike.
In the second part of this series, we aim to strengthen the top position of the pull up with a set of taxing movements.
Hanging does for your shoulders what deep squats do for your hips.
Strengthen and tone your abdominals with these effective options.
Sneak away from your desk for six minutes for one of these brief but intense workouts.
If life inside the big box gym is getting stale, try taking your workouts outside.
These drills and exercises add a stability challenge to the handstand position making you more equipped to balance freestanding.
Most people don’t need expensive equipment and complicated programming to reach their goals.
You can avoid your aversion to long, slow, boring cardio by mixing it into your lifting.
Here's a good story about someone obsessed with strength training. If you're creative, you can train hard using items around your home.
This program and additional reading will not only get you into the best shape of your life, but will help you to begin to understanding your mind/body/spirit in a deeper way.
Why just stare longingly at the beautiful day outside the gym window? Get out there!
When challenging situations arise in your life, how do you choose to answer them?
Does the absence of the bench press in your programming spell certain doom regarding your “gains?”