Most classic abs exercises are not very efficient at building deep core tissue.
Doing endless crunches won't give you strong abs.
Most people want to build abs to look good, but they are much more than that.
Not only do they protect some of your most vital organs, but they also play a crucial role in your posture, hence why it's crucial to hit the deep core layers.
In this video I go over 3 intermediate exercises, for a complete, deep core workout.
Let's get it!
Did you watch "Human, The World Within" on Netflix?
If you haven’t seen it, I highly recommend it!
Being a human is, currently, being the most advanced machine in the known universe.
So learning how to move like one is a great life skill!
In this video, I go over 3 essential exercises to move optimally.
These 3 drills will workout your full body and be a great challenge.
Implement these in your training!
Getting strong shoulders and abs is a big deal!
Not only it makes people feel strong and confident, but it is also a crucial part of your overall strength and posture.
ALL upper body movements rely on strong shoulders and abs.
So in this video, I am going to show you 3 exercises to get bullet proof shoulders and abs.
These are intermediate-advanced movements so don't worry if you feel these are challenging because they are!
The first thing that you need to master in calisthenics is the hollow body.
Understanding this technique and being able to hold your body in that position will benefit every movement you do, as well as your overall posture.
This will be a great core workout and give you abs of steel.
The hollow body technique relies on two major components:
In this video I will show you 3 great exercises to train and get good a keeping a hollow body position.
Make sure to implement these drills in your workouts! All our workout programs will also make you great at this.
Your legs are almost half of your bodyweight!
So one key thing to remember is that training your legs needs to account for 50% of your overall workouts.
Calisthenics offers the opportunity to work on leg strength but also speed and agility.
Here are 5 killer bodyweight leg exercises that will get your legs strong, toned and fast.
If you work at a desk all day, spend a lot of time driving or don't focus on it specifically, your lower back will be grateful for today's video.
I will be covering and explaining 3 movements that are great a making the lower back area stronger and less prone to chronic pain.
There is a movement for each level: beginner, intermediate and advanced.
Push ups are one of the most popular calisthenics movement, yet many people can't really do them properly.
So in this video I'm going to show you 4 push up variations that are going to make you better at it.
These movements are great for beginners, but it's also a good way to refine your technique or add training volume to your current workout, if you have already been training.
By breaking down the push up in different segments and focusing on details, you will build strength through your entire muscle chain, much needed to perform proper push ups.
Next time you work on your push ups, pick at least two different exercises from the list and perform a pyramid workout from 1 to 10 repetitions for each movement. Try all 4 of them in a row for a real boost!
The Online Calisthenics course is a great tool to achieve amazing results, using only your bodyweight, so I highly recommend you sign up before the price goes up in a few weeks!
That being said, I also want to share some tips you can start to use right now, to make good progress in the meantime.
Here are some exercise variations that will make you progress quick. Those movements are not easy so it's best to try them if you have already started training.
I go in depth about the technique of each movement, but keep in mind that your training volume is a major key factor of growth and success.
So aim at doing at least 300 repetitions during a one hour session (not including the warm up phase). You can pick 3 exercises and do 100 repetition each for example. Make sure you practice all the exercises during the week. You can use ladder and pyramid training to build your sets.
Resistance bands are a great workout tool. They are light and don't take any space, so you can take them with you to the park or use it at home.
In this video, I am going to show you 3 great ab exercises that you can use to build a bullet proof core.
The first one is going to focus on your mid section or thoracic spine area. This is a very important area to strengthen to have a functional core and build skills like the handstand for example.
The second exercise will focus on your obliques and your ability to twist your abs.
Finally, we will go over ways to lift your legs to target your lower abs!