Introduction to Calisthenics – Training Plans

Now we’ve detailed all the exercises, let’s put them together into a training plan. Both plans are quite short and can be completed in less than half an hour. That’s not a massive commitment to become stronger, healthier, and in my experience, happier. Strength vs Muscle Mass When it comes to strength training, there are two primary Read More …

Highlights Video July 2014

A little later than usual, it’s time to review last month’s highlights. Here are the details of the clip: I’m making good progress with the one arm pull-up on the red band, chin is nearly over the bar with my right arm, left is straggling behind a little. Since starting training with me, Kamil has Read More …

Movement Circuit – July 2014

I’d like to introduce a new feature to Maximum Potential Calisthenics, the videoing of my Movement Circuit; we perform this circuit as a finisher every Friday, it usually takes around 10 minutes. I then come up with a new circuit every 5 weeks.This is the biggest video edit I’ve done and also the first time Read More …

Introduction to Calisthenics – Short Bridges

After reading the tutorials from this introduction to calisthenics, if you only add this exercise to your workouts, then it will have been worth your time. Paul Wade of Convict Conditioning, describes the bridge as the most important exercise and I have to say that I agree with him. Alternative Names Glute bridge Hip Bridge Read More …