calisthenics

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!
Pistols are valuable for proprioception, which means anyone who runs, works, or moves around on an uneven surface will benefit from training them.
The human flag not only looks impressive, but is a serious feat of strength and ability.
Take your time on this workout. Aim for five slow, controlled reps of each exercise.
This week's picks are all about building you up, filling in the holes in the training, and creating a better, stronger, faster you.
Pistol squats are the bane of my existance. So I put this video together to help all those who struggle with this challenging, but fun movement.
This is no ordinary 64-year-old. This is a man who used to be overweight and out of shape. Until, at the age of 55, he decided to do something about it.
This week's video is proof that you don't need a fancy gym (or, in fact, any gym at all) to be able to work out at the highest level.
Paul Wade learned about bodyweight exercises and calisthenics from hardcore convicts without access to equipment. Here are eight glimpses into his world of Convict Conditioning.
Feeling down about getting up? Here are ten ways you can repair bad movement in your pull ups, strengthen your muscles, and get yourself over that bar.
Consistency is important in training, but having to travel can throw a frustrating wrench in your routine. Here are five calisthenic workouts I created for my recent trip to the middle of nowhere.
Today we’re going to look at a few of the easiest ways to add difficulty to your bodyweight training in order to maximize strength and size. You just might be surprised at how effective these are.
As awesome as regular chin-ups are, why just stick to one variation? To really get the most bang for your buck, you should be doing different types of chin-ups.
If you’re a fan of the Convict Conditioning series, or of bodyweight training in general, you would be interested to know that this popular series from Dragon Door now includes a log book.
It doesn't matter what tool you use, your body get bigger because you apply a stimulus. You create an overload. Learn how to manipulate angles and exercises to build muscle with just your bodyweight.
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.