bodyweight

In episode four, Dusty takes us through all positions we've learned so far.
A demonstration and explanation of four stability ball exercises to replace common machines and movements.
I've changed my mind about using the rings to advance your pistol skills, and here's why.
This is a fantastic whole body movement, and a fun progression from the basic static plank.
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.
A demonstration of three exercises to simultaneously develop core and shoulder strength.
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.
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.
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.
Season three is all about the bent arm press to handstand. In episode three, Dusty covers inversion - the frogstand and the shoulderstand.
Flexibility is the factor that holds most people back from doing a pistol. Here are two great approaches to build that flexibility.
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.
In this video, Ben demonstrates three variations of the classic dive bomber push up: a wall-plank dive bomber, a renegade row dive bomber, and a BOSU ball dive bomber.
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.
Traditionally, work is measured in total kilos lifted. In fact it depends on three things: the bodyweight of the lifter, the skill level of the lifter, and the particular exercise performed.