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Jun 24, 2017 6:58:00 PM

You might be able to overhead press your body weight, you might be able to planche, you might be able to do a bend back with your legs straight, and yet, for some reason, your handstand still ends up lacking. Why is that? It is because handstands are a combination of balance, strength, mobility, control and practice. Having any less than all five of these elements will leave you wanting more from your handstands.

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Apr 6, 2017 2:46:29 PM

Learn to Human flag in 5 steps

Here at the School of Calisthenics we like to break down complex movements, explain the principles behind them, what we need to do and then how we can progressively build up the specific strength aspects we need for things like the Human Flag.


The Human Flag is certainly one of those movements that feels impossible when you first try it. But stick with us and we’ll show you how to redefine your impossible!

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Dec 22, 2015 5:03:54 PM

Need a hand with your handstands? Check out this tutorial on how to set up your bands to train Assisted Handstand Push-Ups!

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Dec 22, 2015 4:48:51 PM

For this workout we're going to focus on TIME instead of reps.

We're going to do 4 sets of each exercise with no break in between the exercises - but a 2 minute break between circuits (upon completion of one set of all 4 exercises). Each exercise will be performed for 1 minute each.

This is a great fat burning workout and you can adjust the intensity by using different bands! Let's get it going! Clock Jumps: 1 Min Unilateral Rows: 1 Min each arm Boxer Press: 1 minute Arm Circles: 1 minute in each direction REPEAT x4 Let us know what you think! We're going to be putting out a new workout series every week! Stay Strong Banditz. Details: This workout focuses on keeping up your heart rate. Real strength is forged when you've got absolutely nothing left - so push yourself as hard as you can for the time allotted for each exercise. Wear away all the energy you've got until all you're pushing through with is pure will power. On the other side, this circuit is great for fat loss. It's intensity and "High Rev" nature will get your heart rate up, and make sure you get those calories running for their money!

This is a full body workout but the main muscles that are focused on in this circuit are:

Clock Jumps: Legs (cardio)

Unilateral Rows: Back/Arms

Boxer Press: Chest/Legs/Arms

Arm Circles: Shoulders/Arms

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Dec 22, 2015 4:45:14 PM

Who's ready for the Full Body Burner!?! This is a Tabata workout, if you're not familiar- I'll break it down here. Tabata is a form of High Intensity Interval Training, basically, each exercise in the circuit you're going to perform in 20 second sets. Jammer Press - As many reps as possible for 20 seconds 10 Second Break As many reps as possible for 20 seconds 10 second break. You're going to repeat this 30 second circuit 8 times for each exercise, then move on to the next exercise! Using Tabata is a great way to confuse the heck out of your muscles, and we all know muscle confusion causes hypertrophy, those good ole gainz.Read More

Dec 22, 2015 4:43:27 PM

Having trouble mastering the elusive Muscle Up? Try out this tutorial from Muscle Up Jarvis

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Dec 22, 2015 1:48:44 PM

Check out this 4 step planche progression tutorial featuring Tatted Strength

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Dec 22, 2015 1:39:34 PM

One great feature about working out with looped resistance bands is that you can combine different training concepts into each exercise. It’s great to explore the way your body naturally moves and challenge yourself by combining variations in strength, stretching, and stabilization. This exercise is an example that combines all three of those pillars. Don’t be afraid to get creative. Think outside the band.

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Dec 22, 2015 1:17:10 PM

Alright Banditz here we got with the Warrior Workout! This one's a tough one, I'm going to give you two options on how to do this workout. You can do it in either a circuit, or do it as an AMRAP workout. For those not familiar, AMRAP means AS MANY REPS AS POSSIBLE. If You choose AMRAP, give yourself 1 minute per exercise, and loop through each exercise 3-4 times. If you want to do it as a normal circuit, pick a band that's going to be challenging for you - but not so heavy that you'd use it for strength training. Complete this many reps of each exercise then repeat 4 times! Infinity Jumps: 40 Jumps Cross Curl: 40 Curls High Pull: 30 Reps Deadlift: 20 Reps Warrior Press: 20 Reps Lunge Twist: 20 Reps. Then rinse and repeat! Complete the circuit 4 times if you're feeling especially like a Warrior today ;)Read More

Dec 22, 2015 12:41:09 PM

An assisted typewriter pull up with the help of RubberBanditz! The typewriter pull up is a great way to mix up your back routine and really challenge those back muscles. Start with some assistance to ease your way into the progression.

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