Gymnastics

If you want to be able to move like a gymnast, start by creating a strong, stable core.
Handstands are doable, but not easy - the only way you’ll get better at them is to keep trying.
Follow these progressions on your way to building the strength to perform this fundamental gymnastic movement.
Body control is an essential athletic skill, and the L-sit is an excellent tool to build it. Follow Timothy Bell's guide to holding a perfect L-sit.
Specialization is for insects - true athletes should be able to run, jump, lift, climb, and swim.
For every exercise, the outcome is determined by the set up. Logan Christopher shows you techniques to kick up into a stable freestanding handstand.
Skill development is all about concentration, routine, and patience.
This cycle of the gymnastics workout program focuses on more traditional strength-style training.
This cycle of the gymnastics workout program concentrates on upper body and core strength with some unilateral leg exercises worked in.
This 12-week cycle of Breaking Muscle gymnastics workouts increase your strength and flexibility while boosting muscular endurance.
Here are some pistol squat tips and regressions to overcome mobility restrictions and gain confidence.
Improving your rowing skills will enable you to do more work in less time, plus be fresher and sharper for other tasks at hand.
It's one thing being able to do a few handstand push ups. It's another to be smooth and fast at them.
You've tried everything to get a muscle up. Here's advice that works, works fast, and works well.
Most of your training sessions consist of lots of time upside down with your nose to the wall. It’s time to take the next step.
The backflip is a cool stunt - and also ideal to train body awareness and athletic power.
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