I am that kind of person or athlete who constantly searches for balance and longevity, whatever the sport I do. So whether I talk about athleticism, high-endurance, power and speed, or strictly about strength and muscle development, the key is always a balance between them all. Therefore, starting with this principle, and because I fancy a natural development of my
It’s at least odd (not to say entirely wrong) how most people handle their fitness goals and training once a new year starts. Far too many hit the gym hard and diet severely because if it’s a new year, then it has to be a new self-version at some point. I know you may not like the way you look
During the Christmas holidays, people feast in exaggeration, and consequently, many gather a few extra kilos in only a couple of days. The food they should really eat instead becomes more of a side dish, and the main problem starts from here! While I think feasting is an excellent way for people to spend quality time at the table, I
Hiking is one of the best exercises to keep fit, healthy and to enhance overall athleticism. It is physically demanding on a higher elevation and it releases stress too because of the exchange of energy between nature and us. Hiking or running on trails speeds up the metabolism, increases stamina and strengthens the tendons and ligaments. A fast metabolism helps
Doing outdoor calisthenics training brings numerous advantages as I discovered over the past years. Looking back at my past training history, I find that almost all workouts were done outdoors. Whether it was freezing or extremely hot, raining, or snowing, you could find me training somewhere outside and, on many occasions, in weird places or unequipped parks. All these experiences
Right now, anyone who wants to change his physical appearance through calisthenics can find solid information about it online. It is not a secret anymore. You just google “how to lose fat”, “how to get results with calisthenics” or how to “build muscle with calisthenics” and you find the steps you need to take.
Everyone can become a successful calisthenics athlete. It involves small daily habits that sustain that outcome. After all, being a successful calisthenics athlete means achieving whatever the fitness goals are through bodyweight training. To help your effort, I can share my journey in calisthenics and wisdom accumulated over years of consistent and dedicated training. You have to cultivate daily habits