TrainingStart by working on the basic movements: Dips, Pull-ups, Sit-ups, Squats, Pistols etc. Always vary in the exercise you do each training, so your body is constantly subjected to new stimuli. When you've learned the basic moves, adapt them for increased resistance and difficulty. For example, instead of regular pull-ups you could do L-shaped pull-ups.
NutritionCalisthenics training decreases the percentage of body fat and helps increase strength and definition of the muscles. The best diet is as clean and varied as possible. Stay away from sugars and processed foots, and make sure to incorporate a large variety of fruits, vegetables and nuts into your diet.
SupplementationCalisthenics training can be truly intensive and exhausting. Taking amino acids intra-workout can help delay fatigue and impede muscle mass breakdown. Pay special attention to the joints. Taking Omega-3 can help keep inflammation away.
Products to reach my Goals
If you want to lose weight and get well-defined muscles, there are supplements such as thermogenic fat burners, CLA and L-carnitine that can help.Show more
Muscle mass and strength development
Creatine is the supplement to include in your supplementation regimen to help you develop the strength needed to lift any bar you encounter on your way. When combined with a protein-rich diet, it's sure to make your muscles stronger and more defined.Show more
Joints! In calisthenics the joints require a lot of attention, especially the shoulders. A good muscle recovery supplement and joints that are well-lubricated and protected against inflammation will make the difference when executing Russian Dips or Toe-Touch Pull-Ups for example.Show more
Keep your body's defences on the alert. Quality sleep is very important for the recovery and development of your muscles. Include antioxidants in your diet and make sure your body has access to all the vitamins it needs.Show more