bodyweight exercises

I didn't know the day I received that handwritten letter that it would lead to the transformation of many lives, including my own. It led me on a journey to bring CrossFit to men of an Italian prison.
The new book from bodyweight master Al Kavadlo requires no equipment, just dedication and focus. Learn how bodyweight movements can build your strength, and you can do it all without a gym.
You don’t need anything outside of yourself to get fit - you have all the power. The only equipment you need is access to a bar. I'm going to explain why and how that is.
The Strength Stack 52 is a deck of cards featuring a variety of exercises combined into different games to give you a portable, effective workout. While not specialized, it's a great general workout.
Nia Shanks has put together yet another amazing training guide - the "Beautiful Badass Bodyweight Workout Guide." With this program, you really don't have much of an excuse not to get stronger.
Here in Australia 10% of personal trainers leave the fitness industry every year. Only 1% make it to 15 years in this job. So as a 1%-er, here's my advice on how to become a successful PT.
While Paul Wade remains a secretive and elusive character, the techniques he divulges in Convict Conditioning are simple, effective, and useful for athletes of all experience and strength levels.
It's NOT all downhill as you near middle-age. If you've never tested your physical limits, there's still time. I've been able to get stronger than ever and avoid injury using bodyweight exercises.
My pregnancy is going great and my belly is getting bigger. But I'm still committed to YOU not getting bigger this holiday season. Try these two workouts guaranteed to fit in your schedule.
Dear Coach: It's time for me to change up my routine. My question is, if I'm doing bodyweight exercises are they going to increase my muscle size/definition more than weight lifting?
Three times per week you can workout for free and equipment-free! Try our new bodyweight workouts, coming out every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
The ACSM published the results of their annual survey and ranked the top ten fitness trends predicted for 2013. What does the future hold? Bosu balls? Mature athletes? More certifications?
Jay Cardiello may be a "celebrity trainer" but his book is an outstanding resource for bodyweight movements, and if you're motivated on your own, could be some great workouts, as well.
In the 1st Convict Conditioning the focus was on the 6 fundamental strength movements. In the 2nd book, the goal is “strength-calisthenics” and work on some of the more peripheral parts of the body.
This week our essay from featured coach Paul Wade discusses the lost art of bodyweight training and the true strength that can be built on a simple program of progressive calisthenics.
While we normally interview our featured coaches, that was not possible with Paul Wade. No interview and no photos. Why? Because the "convict" in Convict Conditioning is no joke.
The infamous burpee! The burpee is an integral bodyweight and CrossFit movement. This video shows you how to do them properly and QUICKLY.