Bodyweight and Calisthenics Articles

In this section you will find best Calisthenics tips to improve in bodyweight workouts. Learn more about Calisthenics training and exercises. Do you know about Calisthenics benefits?

22 Oct

Written by: Uri García 481

Main types of strength and how to train them

Do you really know what is strength and how can you improve it? In this post I will talk about the different types of strength we can find and the ways to improve each type of this capacity.

8 Oct

Written by: Workout Temple 365

What is Calisthenics Workout?

Calisthenics is a training method that focuses on the use of one's own body weight as resistance in different exercises. These usually involves large muscle groups and allow the athlete to gain incredible strength and control over their own body.

1 Oct

Written by: Uri García 726

Front Lever Biomechanics

The Front Lever is a common tension element in Calisthenics. Understanding biomechanical factors can be key to knowing well the progressions that can optimise the performance for each athlete. In this article you will know everything about the Front Lever.

20 Aug

Written by: Ricard Ponsi 468

How does the ketogenic diet work?

Nutritional ketosis is a dietary protocol whose objective is to improve the efficiency of our body when using fatty acids as the main energy substrate.

8 Aug

Written by: Ricard Ponsi 420

How does caffeine affect your workouts?

Caffeine is a substance that is found in a large number of products and is part of the usual diet of athletes. How much do you know about it?

3 Aug

Written by: Ricard Ponsi 480

Types Of Skeletal Muscle Fibers

It is known that humans have two different types of muscular fibers that determine the exercises that you will be better at! Keep reading!

27 Jul

Written by: Uri García 526

Muscular Hypertrophy and Testosterone

Do you want to increase your strength and you muscle mass? In this post we will show you how. We will be talking about testosterone, the main responsible for hypertrophy.

19 Jul

Written by: Ricard Ponsi 591

One Arm Pull Up Description

The one arm pull up (or its abbreviation OAP) is an exercise that very few people can do. It is a clear example of high body control and strength.