bodyweight exercises

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.
Here are several progressions that will help you on your way to a strict headstand push up.
In this video, Ben demonstrates the basic kneeling get up along with five challenging variations: prisoner, weight plate, kettlebell, barbell, and dumbbells.
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.
This twelve-week cycle of bodyweight workouts will focus on core stability and overall strength, in order to build a strong foundation for strict pull ups.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the seven most popular articles of the week. This week: the iliotibial band, common squat mistakes, the AbMat, and more!
Which is better, bodyweight exercise or weight training? The answer is neither is better. In fact, often you will get more benefit if you use both approaches together.
A new study suggests bodyweight exercise might burn more calories than we previously thought.
If you wait until the first day of basic training to start preparing you will fight an uphill battle. Going in physically and mentally strong will provide you with the confidence you need.
Consider this article to be a user’s manual of sorts for the pistol, complete with a step-by-step progression as well as a troubleshooting guide.
In this video, Ben Musholt demonstrates four unusual variations of the burpee, utilizing a barbell, a medicine ball, and a set of rings.
The dip is not as simple as it looks. It requires strength, stability, and range of motion. Here are some guidelines for safely and effectively building yourself up to dips and ring dips.
In this video, Ben describes and demonstrates a simple progression for learning from a one-armed push up.
This short cycle will focus on endurance, agility, and recovery. All workouts in this cycle will be 20 minutes or less allowing extra time for mobility and recovery work.