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Throwback To Our First Calisthenics Seminar – Romania 2016

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Hello Everyone!

I want to share some pictures from our first Calisthenics Seminar organized back in July 2016 in  our hometown Baia Mare (Romania).

A few dozen calisthenics enthusiasts had gathered with us to receive guidance and inspiration for proper techniques, our training philosophies and other stuff for a lifelong fitness journey! We performed strength feats at the end along with a Question and Answer Session as well.

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Intermittent Fasting: Why I chose it and My Results

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Hello Old School Calisthenic family! I’m Horea Gentea and with this article I want to reveal some of my own experiences with Intermittent Fasting.

Back in 2015, I began to study about training protocols and nutrition in order to further my knowledge about the human body and muscular development when I stumbled across Intermittent Fasting, a nutrition protocol where you eat your meals within a 6-8 hour window (or even less) during the day.

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How to count calories with a formula?

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Everyone needs calories! Be it an athlete or an office worker, we all need to have calories in an appropriate amount. If our calorific intake is not optimized we either lose weight or gain too much weight. Calories are the king when it comes to configuring your body. So how do you optimize your calorific intake? Fear not we will answer that very soon.

The way our bodies are going to be depends upon the workouts we do and the calories we ingest. When you train for strength your body gets muscular and when you train for endurance you become lean and efficient at using energy most efficiently i.e. not so muscular! And when you train for both strength and endurance you get both. That’s why we advocate training for strength as well as endurance. It gives you the best of both worlds aka Greek God Physique! Keep in mind that this process is going to happen only when you dial in good nutrition. Otherwise you will keep spinning your wheels and get nowhere.

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