bodyweight exercises

A well-balanced training program combines progressive weight with progressive skill.
The dragon flag is a cool party trick, but it is a great test of abdominal strength, similar to the front lever.
For every exercise, the outcome is determined by the set up. Logan Christopher shows you techniques to kick up into a stable freestanding handstand.
Can't find the time or the money to go to the gym? Try Andy McKenzie's tough, minimalist bodyweight workout.
Master this difficult hold, and leverage the strength gains into your overall athleticism
Step forward and learn how to perform this staple single-leg bodyweight exercise.
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Pistols are valuable for proprioception, which means anyone who runs, works, or moves around on an uneven surface will benefit from training them.
Who knew you could have so much workout variety with no equipment?
Which is better, bodyweight exercise or weight training? The answer is neither is better. In fact, often you will get more benefit if you use both approaches together.
If you wait until the first day of basic training to start preparing you will fight an uphill battle. Going in physically and mentally strong will provide you with the confidence you need.
In this video, Ben Musholt demonstrates four unusual variations of the burpee, utilizing a barbell, a medicine ball, and a set of rings.
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.
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To really get the most bang for your buck, you should be doing different types of chin-ups. And not just boring close grip or wide grip either.
Looking for workouts you can do anywhere? Or maybe you're just really into bodyweight exercise? Here are 18 weeks (54 workouts) that need no equipment, and are totally free!