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July 2016

How to make a workout plan

By | For beginners, for intermediate athletes, How to | 2 Comments

We get a lot of emails from beginners asking us for help in creating their workout routines.

Making your workout routines sounds simple but most people find it to be extremely difficult and confusing. Before helping you learn how to sketch your workout routine, I would like to say a few words about the importance about a good workout routine.

“A goal without a plan is just a wish.” Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.

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How to become a successful calisthenics athlete?

By | For beginners, for intermediate athletes, How to | One Comment

In this article I am going to share how I became a successful calisthenics athlete and the lessons you can learn from it to help you be one.

Three years ago, I was an average skinny guy with a long list of questions about calisthenics, I used to look at great athletes on YouTube performing amazing feats with their own bodyweight. I used to ask myself various questions such as:

  • How are they training?
  • Why they get such results from their workouts, while normal people following those routines didn’t look anything like them!
  • Do they have good genetics which I am lacking or they have some other secrets?
    And many other such questions. The answers didn’t come easily and I was quite confused.

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“To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often” Winston Churchill.
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Where can I train?

By | For beginners, Workouts | No Comments

In this article I want to answer some frequently asked questions that bother many beginners. Some of them are –

I can’t do workouts when people staring at me!

When I first started calisthenics I felt very uncomfortable of working out in front of other people. I didn’t want to make myself looking stupid if I failed to do something cool. I was afraid of making myself a laughing stock.
But then slowly I realized that people didn’t stare at me because of that, they were just curious about my workouts because calisthenics are not so common.
You should not concern yourself with other’s opinions. Focus on what you are doing instead of thinking what other’s might be thinking about you. As a matter of fact, calisthenics are best performed in unconventional places, where people are present. Just think of them as spectators who are there to cheer you. You will find that you begin to perform better when others are looking at you. Use this as a motivation, as a stepping stone and your fears will vanish in thin air before long.


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