your Foundation

Get strong and create a stable base to build later skills upon

What you will get:

12 Weeks

Create your foundation of strength within 3 months of progressive, highly customizable training.

30+ FHD Videos & 30+ page manual

Get extended in-depth content explaining every exercise. I not want you to follow the program blindly - I want you to learn what's behind that!


Join the Facebook Group for a community and get the support you need to achieve your goals.

Lifetime access

Buy the program once - repeat it as often as you wish.

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Frequently Asked Questions

This program is for everyone looking to build up his strength with calisthenics as a preparation for later skills.


Plus, this program is a great reassassement after working for specific skills of your baseline of strength.

The goal is to get strong in all main movement patterns.

Another goal is building up muscle – with more strength normally come more muscles.

A session should take no more than 60-70 minutes depending on how intensive you will warm up and work out.

This program is designed to fit your individual workout schedule with plety of customization options available.

You can train it 2-4 times a week.

After purchasing this program you will have to create an account here on my page to get access into your members area.


From there you can manage your purchases and download the annexed archives coming with each program.

This program is for people new to calisthenics able to do all the basic movements, like pushups, chinups, rows and dips.


They don’t have to be perfect, but this baseline of strength should be there.

I utilize gymnastic rings, parallel bars, pullup bars, weights, a weight belt, as well as a barbell throughout this program – the standard of every establishment naming itself a gym.


If you are training at home or your gym is missing one of them – don’t worry we can work around this!

Mobility work is not directly planned into the program.

BUT I’ve included a shoulder mobility section as a bonus, because I know many struggle with this.

It depends strongly on your lifestlye, experience and time available.


This program is highly customizable and you can train it alongside other sports. But you have to focus something to get better at it.


Nonetheless, I encourage you to work on some fun skills alongside the strength grind – even if you are a beginner and not coming back to reassess your baseline strength.


For more detailed advice on this personal topic – hit up the support group!

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Why choose this program?

I only teach self-acqiured knowledge which I learned the hard way. I invite you to learn from my mistakes!


Besides the obvious physical aspect of working out I strongly emphasize the mind. Calisthenics and any other kind of activity not only strengthens your flesh, but also your soul.


You will find this approach of observing yourself, reflecting upon your practice, not needing to trash yourself every workout and many more in all my programs – not matter if their main goals are mobility, strength or skills.

We are all unique – and different. With that individuality comes an even close complex lifestyle each of us has. I truly know that.


Fortunately there are many ways to success either. There is no such thing as a perfect program, perfect schedule, nor ultimate exercises.


That’s why my programs include many of different to make them fit your schedule. Not the other way around. What helps an awesome program if you can’t put in the work demanded?

Working out and same interests connect. That was also the reason for this blog’s birth – connecting with like-minded guys and girls. And exactly that is what everything I am going to create will stand for.

Therefore, I invite you to connect with me, as well as others!


No matter what – you can get your cash back if you are not satisfied with the program. Check out my full refund policy here.

Over the course of the last 4 years, I learned everything self-taught driven through my own desire to know more.
Everyone deeply immersed into a particular topic can relate I think.


Unlinke learning from a coach – self study takes more time. You do all mistakes, you possibly can do, by yourself. There is no guide – and you are an adventurer on your own journey.


But that’s not entirely negative – through failures one learns much. I learned how to learn.

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