Fake fitness gurus try to push that notion to fitness beginners, when it comes to training.
The problem is: IT DOES NOT WORK.
Motivation is short term. It’s a quick fix for dopamine release to feel good and positive about something for a short period to time.
If you are trying to lose fat for example, you might get motivated because you have a date, a wedding or a beach holiday coming up. But again, these reasons will fade away very quick. And you likely won’t have lasting results.
These two words may seem similar but they are very different.
I see inspiration as the long fix for anything. Inspiration is LONG TERM.
When we are kids, we are inspired by people! Kids want to be astronauts, musicians , or firefighters! These are long term goals that inspire them.
So next time you don’t feel motivated,...
I remember seeing "Hannibal For King" around 2008, on YouTube.
He went from doing a dip to levitating, between two benches.
The man was floating.
It was beast mode and smooth at the same time.
I had never seen anything like that.
And it became my all time favorite calisthenics move.
For several reasons.
Yes there are other very cool moves in calisthenics.
But this one is unique.
Here are a few tips when you train your front lever:
It's easy to ignore them.
Yet they are one, if not, the most important part of your body when it comes to basic human skills.
You'll notice that very few people actually spend time warming up this specific area of the body.
Let's not forget about rotations. This is also something that everyone needs to be doing well in order to function.
So in short, the feet and rotations are an essential part of general movement.
Taking care of them is at the top of the list when it comes to calisthenics training, as well as long term, holistic health.
So don't forget to do use these movements next time you warm up!
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These are by far the best push ups you can do to get a great chest and triceps pump.
If you haven't guessed yet, I am talking about the narrow grip push ups.
Here I am doing them on a narrow wall, which also increases core engagement and balance work.
Focus on form and tempo when doing them, as it's easy to lose form and the benefits that go with it!
Go for 5-10 reps x 5-10 sets.
I recommend to hold the last rep down for 5-10 seconds on each set, to maximize your overall time under tension.
Adapt the volume and intensity as needed.
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If the answer is yes to some or all of the above, this video will show you the step by step actions to take in order to get what you want:
In a world of instant gratification, it's no wonder that many of us are eager to see results from our fitness endeavors as quickly as possible.
Whether you're just starting your calisthenics journey or you've been at it for a while, you might be wondering: how long does it take to see results from calisthenics?
The truth is, the answer is as dynamic as the discipline itself.
Calisthenics, like any form of exercise, is a journey that requires patience, dedication, and realistic expectations.
1. The Early Gains (Weeks 1-4):
In the initial weeks of your calisthenics journey, you'll likely experience some quick wins. Your body will start adapting to the new movements, and you'll notice improvements in strength, endurance, and overall fitness. These early gains are encouraging and serve as motivation to keep going. However, don't be fooled into...
So let me ask you, do you fall in one of the following categories?
If you answered yes to one or more question, Online Calisthenics covers all of the above.
Picture this: a scene from an action movie, the hero performing gravity-defying feats of strength, agility, and finesse, all without the aid of fancy gym equipment.
Is it just movie magic, or is there a real-world way to achieve such remarkable physical prowess?
Enter calisthenics – the ancient art of bodyweight training that not only makes those movie stunts possible but also offers a host of benefits that make it incredibly effective.
Calisthenics is more than just a workout; it's a philosophy, a way of life, and a path to unlocking your body's full potential.
So, why is calisthenics so effective?
Arean's back lever is not perfect yet, but he came a long way, from when he started!
It's a movement that is harder than it looks.
Not only because of the strength component but also the mobility requirements, because the bar is behind you.
This alters our perception and body mechanics (similar to a handstand, or just standing on leg with your eyes closed, for example).
That means the back lever requires extra focus on legs, hips, ribs and shoulder placement.
Here is how to practice the back lever with negatives, IF you can already do a good static tuck hold: