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Want to do this impressive move just like Bruce Lee? Here are some ideas on how to get there.
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?
Get better handstands, freestanding handstand push ups, press hand stands, and handstand walking.
This challenging workout is perfect for athletes who want to spend time cultivating real bodyweight strength and skills.
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.
This week, Al Kavadlo shows how to snag your first muscle up, along with a few awesome advanced variations.
This week, Al demonstrates the wrist push up, also known as a back-of-the-hand push up.
This week, Al gives you three progressions for the elbow lever, along with tips on the one arm lever!
Redcord slings didn't work for shoulder stabilization, but they still provided a good workout.
The single leg deadlift will challenge your strength, flexibility, and balance. See what a good rep and bad rep looks like.
Pistols are valuable for proprioception, which means anyone who runs, works, or moves around on an uneven surface will benefit from training them.
This week, Al demonstrates the back bridge. If you find this move difficult, here are four steps to help get you there.
This week, Al demonstrates four progressions for the pull up, along with some more advanced variations.
There are a lot of different ways to train for the one-arm push up. Here are five of Al's favorites
These advanced bodyweight variations are excellent for strengthening your hands and fingers.
The human flag not only looks impressive, but is a serious feat of strength and ability.