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Not Getting Results with Calisthenics?

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Right now, anyone who wants to change his/her physical appearance through calisthenics can find solid information about it online. It is not a secret anymore. You just google “how to lose fat”, “how to get results with calisthenics” or “how to build muscle with calisthenics” and you find the steps you need to take.

But still, the majority of people don’t get the results they want. You may be in this situation or you may know somebody who is. Also, many individuals start a training routine for a couple of months and then they quit. Or, they stick to a diet for a short period of time, lose some body fat and then they gain it all back quickly.

So the question pops up: Why? Why these people don’t go all the way to achieve the physique they wanted to achieve? What stopped them? It’s not because of lack of information or lack of time. It’s not even lack of motivation. You may say it’s the lack of discipline, effort and so on. But what is the source of all this apparent causes for failure?

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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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A One Year Calisthenics Transformation with Horea Gentea

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Hello old-school-calisthenics family and followers!

Today I am going to share an awesome piece of calisthenics transformation story sent to me by Horea Gentea.

I feel immense pleasure in sharing what this hardworking fellow has achieved in one year of dedicated calisthenics training and I cannot tell you how good it felt to know that we have been a source of inspiration to him. So without further delay let’s see what Horea Gentea has attained with one year of dedicated old school calisthenics training!

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“…it never gets easy. You always have to get past different obstacles towards achieving your goal…”

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How to train using Convict Conditioning?

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Hey convicts,

I’m a big fan of the Convict Conditioning books and I’ve been training based on their system for sufficient time to realize how to maximize my results. Convict Conditioning book’s purpose is to increase maximal strength utilizing 6 progressive calisthenics exercises broken into 10 steps of increasing difficulty. The training system starts with the easiest possible step (exercises like wall pushups) and progressively moves further to the hardest step, like the almighty one arm pullup.

Everybody knows that the training methods used in the Convict Conditioning books are meant to work the nervous system for strength gains rather than the muscular system for aesthetics. But from my experience I realized something else, and the truth is that the books teach us how to attain a brutally strong body as well as how to gain solid muscles – like the Greek Statues illustrate. The fact is that many of you have so little results with either, but the good part is that you have in your hands one of the most powerful tools to start to forge your body into something like the books want you to become. You only need to understand how to utilize them properly. And fear not! I will help you understand how to do it.

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“IF YOU DO WHAT YOU ALWAYS DID YOU’LL GET WHAT YOU ALWAYS GOT”

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