Okay, so you dig minimalist strength training. You want to get stronger with minimal time investment. Or you’re a strength training beginner. In all of these cases, I’ve got you covered:
Nobody got strong without spending ample time perfecting the basics. If you are not proficient with these, you have no business tackling their advanced cousins. So let’s get you started.
You might want to incorporate these in an effective routine:
If you’ve got a solid basis, you’re probably at a point where your desire is to do cool moves. The way we do this is by progressively choosing harder variations of the basics:
When trying to progress to these exercises, keep these principles in mind:
If you’d like a neat program to incorporate these demanding exercises, try this one:
Side note: Regardless of which routine you follow, it’s always good to keep a workout log.
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Some Important Ramblings
Sometimes I abuse this blog to shamelessly distribute my opinion. Some of the pillars of my fitness philosophy are included here:
Simplicity and the Pragmatic Practice of Calisthenics (PCC Blog)
Increasing Frequency: How to Work Out More Without Overtraining (PCC Blog)
The 7 Stretches Of Highly Flexible People (Maximum Potential Calisthenics)
PCC Holland: A Gathering of Awesomeness (PCC Blog)
German: Wie der What-the-Hell-Effekt mein Training vereinfacht hat (Vereinfache Dein Training)
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