Calisthenics Workouts For Beginners


calisthenics workouts for beginners

Calisthenics may be a straightforward and ‘easy-to-understand’ form of exercise at a glance. But, it intensely carves off your muscles and ticks off your patience if you let it. In short, it tests you in every way. Pete Williams, a personal trainer and author at Men’s Journal, shares to us types of calisthenics workouts that you can do anytime, anywhere.

The Commercial Break Calisthenics Workout

This calisthenics workout includes short exercises. You can do them in front of your TV during commercial breaks. These are:

The Playground Calisthenics Workout

In this workout, you can find and use tools around the area that still lets you use your bodyweight. These can be a park bench or a step. This includes:

  • Dips
  • Pull-ups
  • Pushups
  • Calf Raises
  • Squat Jumps

The Hotel Room Calisthenics Workout

This category is the quickest one to do since it doesn’t need much time. According to Williams, you can do this whole workout even if you only have 15 minutes. This type of calisthenics workout includes:

  • Lateral Lunges
  • Crunches
  • Pushups
  • Squats
  • Plank

The Beach Calisthenics Workout

Doing some energy-consuming activities on the sand is a hella hard task. How much more doing calisthenics workout? I’m telling you, that’s definitely a great punch for a more intense workout by the beach! Furthermore, here is the list of ‘three-sets-of-10’ exercises under this category:

Strengthen Up Those Muscles Now

“When performed in a continuous, rigorous fashion, calisthenics train up your strength and aerobic capacity.”

Williams himself made all the calisthenics workouts mentioned above. He named and categorized them according to the setting. He also considered the particular tools you can use in the area that still gets you to use your own bodyweight.

Want to shape up now? Get it on and sweat out with these workouts.

Share how calisthenics changed your life in the comments down below.

Or view the quoted article at mensjournal.com

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