Category: Calisthenics

Tiger Bend Handstand Pushup Tutorial And Progressions By Austin Dunham

Tiger bend push ups are a great skill to master in the calisthenics world, but they can usually take some time, especially when you are trying to do the whole move without going through the progressions or strengthening the various muscles that contribute to this exercise. Austin Dunham, a calisthenics expert, gives some great tips […]

Handstand Push Up Variation That You Should Be Doing!

Here’s a really good exercise that you can use to build up your shoulder strength by Dan Jeong. It is a great way to progress and get stronger to perform that perfect hand stand and to build up those hand stand push up reps!   View this post on Instagram Patiently worked only basics for […]

Perfect Press To Handstand Drills And Tips By Gina Scarangella

Gina Scarangella gives a few great tips and drills to work your way up to the press to handstand!     View this post on Instagram Had the most fun in the Dominican Republic with these three awesome idiot heads 🖖 @garrytonon @kimeratheo @frankie_kimera VLOG COMING SOON @kimerakoffee ☕️ A post shared by Gina Marie […]

Ricky Warren Movement Specialist Motivation!

Ricky Warren is a 33 year old movement specialist/educator with @bodyweightgurus  from London, who focuses on strength, mobility, martial arts, yoga and meditation amongst other things! He also has been following a plant based diet for the past 4 years. Check out some incredible feats of strength that he can do in some of his […]

How To Back Lever: 5 Easy Steps By Thenx

Once again Chris Heria from Thenx dropped a great video with a whole lot of incredible tips on training for and perfecting the back lever! Check it out if you are just starting with it or are struggling to get that last bit of form right.     View this post on Instagram 🎥 New […]

How To Split Strength And Skill Training In Calisthenics (TOP 3 METHODS)

Gabo Saturno shares some great advice on how to keep your strength progressing and how to train your ‘skill’s or holds that you are looking to achieve (such as handstands, front lever,  back lever or the planche). It can be confusing when starting out with calisthenics and you may be unsure how often to train certain […]