Calisthenics is the main cornerstone of my Blog. It is much more than pure strength and starting Calisthenics isn’t as hard as you might think – quite on the contrary.
In this category, you’ll find everything about it – the best bodyweight exercises, cool workout routines to try, tips for beginners, or simply my two cents to many topics.
Getting more mobile is a quest – join me on this dark side of expressing quality movement!
Pancakes, Bridges, and Splits await you within this realm.
Here you’ll find practical advice, workouts, the theory of flexibility, and no-bullshit advice – without any of your mother’s boring stretches.
Creating Workouts is fun! And that’s what I wanna share here with you. The workouts I wished I had at hand when I started Calisthenics as a beginner, but which I didn’t find.
Most are beginner-friendly or focus on a specific skill and I invite you to try out what fits your goals!
Calisthenics is made up of many different exercises and skills. Knowing the basic movements to each pattern is crucial to structure your workouts and see progress.
Fortunately, many exercises have a common ancestor – think of the basic pushup and all the variations one can do. Knowing the in and outs of the pushup translates to many of them.
Eating Healthy is no kind of Voodoo – in fact, it is quite simple, if one can cut out all the dogmatic hubbub at first.
Most fall quickly into these dogmas without learning nutrition first. Nutritional Knowledge is very important – knowing what macronutrients are, which vitamins can be found in which foods, and what is truly important.
He who trains hard has to also recover hard.
Most only see the latter part of the medal and skip on recovery. Sleep nowadays is seen as uncool or something one can do when dead. #FOMO
Let’s break with this attitude and prioritize sleep again, plus improve the other recovery methods such as nutrition, light movement, and passive treatments.
Your health will thank you!
Here you’ll find the workouts I created and protocols I utilize to improve specific mobility positions.
Try them out and have fun! Getting flexible is so much more than the insanely boring stretching for 10 minutes after your workout most coaches nowadays try to sell.
Everyone who is in the fitness world for some time will inevitably stumble upon supplements.
In the beginning, the amount of different supplements with crazy names such as creatine monohydrate, l-arginine and co may seem overwhelming.
Plus, there’s a lot of bullshit around. That’s why here you’ll only find truly useful, science-tested supplements which will save you money!