A Week In Calisthenics

February 28, 2016

Jerome explains why you don’t need to suffer to become more flexible

Our truck tire dipping friend from last week is going Jurassic


Street Workout makes the news through Gaza

Ling Noy displays mad balance skills


On Monday, we did a whole bunch of push ups. If you haven’t done them already, do them now

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On Tuesday, we talked about the king of upper body exercise, the pull up. If you can do one of these, you’re in better shape than the vast majority of people. If you can do a few, you’re strong.

Marines with 8th Communications Battalion, 2nd Marine Expeditionary Force, compete in a pull-up competition in which they executed 300 pull-ups for time during the battalion’s field meet aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C., June 5, 2015. The field meet included events such as the mile and a half relay run, 300 pull-ups for time, a tire flip relay, armored Humvee pull for 50 meters for time, a chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear relay, and a tug-of war competition. The purpose of the event was to promote unit camaraderie, friendly competition and Esprit de Corps. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Krista James/Released)

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On Wednesday, we talked about older people who are not meaning to stop kicking butt any time soon.


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On Thursday, we listed what we think are the hardest bodyweight leg exercises.
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On Friday, we listed five of the best Instagram calisthenics accounts. The platform lends itself perfectly for showing quick cool tricks. If you like quick cool tricks, head over there.

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On Saturday we talked about a calisthenics legend.

jack lalanne

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