The Effects Of Calisthenics On The Body

Calisthenics are exercises that rely solely on body weight for resistance that can be performed anywhere. No gym, no cash, no problem. Calisthenics are a great way to build muscle and improve your mood, all without stepping foot in a gym!

We have compiled a list of the perfect way to target specific muscle groups, build muscle mass, and how all of these exercises effect your mind and body. Keep reading for the top tips from Health Fitness Revolution and author of the book ReSYNC Your Life Samir Becic:

• You can practice calisthenics anywhere, anytime. These exercises can tone and build muscles to make them lean and improve your endurance.
• You work multiple muscle groups at once, for example: pull-ups work out your arms, lower back, and abs.
• According to the Harvard School of Public Health, “vigorous calisthenics burn more calories than many common cardio workouts”. This …

Tips for Outdoor Calisthenics Workout

Outdoor calisthenics is a great way to build muscle without going to the gym. Calisthenic workouts are dynamic exercises that will keep you fit and healthy using your own body weight and little to no equipment.

If performed on a regular basis, calisthenics can improve aerobic capacity, endurance, coordination, and strength. The exercises can be performed in the open air, and according to your own intensity level and rhythm. Keep reading to learn some tips for outdoor calisthenics.

1.-Do the exercises correctly
Our most important tip for getting the best results possible from your calisthenics routine is to do the exercises correctly. By making sure you’re doing the exercises the way you’re supposed to, your muscles will develop and you’ll get the most out of your workout. Quality is more important than quantity, so it’s essential to be careful about what you’re doing.

2.-Choose a good workout routine
If …

Beginner Advice From 5 Calisthenics Experts (Includes Al Kavadlo)

If you’re looking for some calisthenics inspiration then you don’t need to look much further than Instagram. A quick search will bring back thousands of results. But what if you want some consistently good advice and inspiration from experts in the field who know they’re stuff? We’ve hunted down some of the leading trainers and practitioners to hear how they started out and what advice they have for beginners.

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How did you originally get into Calisthenics training?

After training in multiple martial arts since 7 years old, in 2012, I saw a muscle up and flag on Youtube by Hannibal for King and decided to try them out on a soccer goalpost in a local park. I could do the movements but they weren’t as clean as his, so I decided to keep at it and the rest is history.

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Getting Started in Calisthenics: Advice for Beginners

If you’ve never done calisthenics before, watching people rep out muscle ups, press up to handstands, or hold back levers might have you thinking, “how does one even begin to do that?!” Well, I’ll have you know that I’ve been in that very same place.

Less than two years ago, I didn’t even know what calisthenics was, and when I first saw videos of people performing incredible feats of strength on bars, I would just laugh and say, “in my dreams…” How wrong I was!

Today, I am now able to perform many of the skills that I had deemed impossible for me at the start of my fitness journey. However, I didn’t just wake up one day and magically be able to perform the skills that I dreamt about doing. The road to building the strength I have today was a long one, and along the road, I’ve …