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Top Thoracic Mobility Stretches

Thoracic Stretch

By Physiotherapist, Vanessa Boon Our thoracic spine, which is the midsection of our back, is responsible for most of our movement in our midsections. Having good thoracic mobility is key for good posture, overhead movements and many other sports. Long hours of work and poor posture can lead to increased stiffness =  poor movement  = […]

Calisthenics Freestyle – Dynamics in the Art of Bodyweight Training

Calisthenics Freestyle

Calisthenics, also known as street workout, is a bodyweight training regiment that hails from Eastern Europe. Since then it has infected the entire globe. The energy and hype of calisthenics is unparalleled. Although calisthenics once had humble origins in basic bodyweight movement patterns, the new wave of calisthenics is all about statics and dynamics (also […]

5 Ways Bodyweight Training Can Complement Your Weightlifting Routine

Combining Bodyweight Training and Weightlifting

Some people say that lifting heavy weights in the gym is the best way to build strength and muscle. Others say it’s calisthenics and mastering bodyweight exercises. The truth is they’re both right! But the problem is that too many people believe you have to choose one or the other: Lifting weights or bodyweight training. […]

Calisthenics For Runners

Pedro Dias of takes us through his top calisthenics exercises for improving your running.

The 7 Stretches of Highly Flexible People

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The Accidental Calisthenics Enthusiast

When I was at university, like a lot of guys, I was a regular frequenter of the uni gym. I did all the usual free and fixed weight exercises (squats, barbell curl, dumbbell curls, rows etc). I used to love the gym culture, pushing each other to do “one more” and the feeling of the […]