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Calisthenics

Calisthenics are a form of exercise consisting of a variety of simple, often rhythmical, movements, generally without using equipment or apparatus. They are intended to increase body strength and flexibility with movements such as bending, jumping, swinging, twisting or kicking, using only one's body weight for resistance. They are usually conducted in concert with stretches. Calisthenics when performed vigorously and with variety can benefit both muscular and cardiovascular fitness, in addition to improving psychomotor skills such as balance, agility and coordination. Like..Lunges, Sit-ups, Squats, Pull-Ups, Push-ups, etc etc.

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Marco C Calisthenics Tribe

Communicatorsilver Marco C replied to the topic Rediscovering calisthenics

Hey Ben! As a calisthenics enthusiast, I had to reply. Your motivation is amazing, I really respect that. I've learned that doing calisthenics is a life long journey where we can learn so much about not only fitness, but ourselves too. If you keep...

Graham H Calisthenics Tribe

Contributorgold Graham H so many of the core moves i want to add to my freerunning come from great bar work like flag and front lever muscle ups etc, i an so keen to progress properly to do these, not giving up yet

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How far have you got with this Graham? Would love to be able to do a flag but it would be my neck I'd worry about for one of these.

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