Once you tick off pull ups, dips, push ups and other basic staple calisthenic moves, it becomes time to think about what’s next. It’s a popular debate: what moves shall … Continue Reading How Flexibility Makes Calisthenics Easier
The calisthenics world has so many eye-catching moves that when most people see them, even if it’s only in a random YouTube video, and want to try and train for them. … Continue Reading Tips For Faster Gains With Front Levers, Back Levers, Planches & Human Flags
You wake up and feel it. You sit down and you’re reminded of it. You go to lift something and there it goes again. Even your friends and family … Continue Reading Fixing Low Back Pain – “Is My Lower Back weak?!”
Even though I’m a little ‘late to the party’ with this post, I always wanted to touch upon the life of Rich Piana when I heard the sad news that … Continue Reading What The Life Of Rich Piana Taught Us About Male Body Image Issues
Why do you feel tired today? Why is it a bad day? Why are things such a monotonous struggle? You’ve slept well. You feel good. You’ve eaten well and you … Continue Reading Clearing Your Mind & Keeping It Healthy
Exercise classes split opinion almost as much as politics. Some people will refuse point blank to ever do an exercise class, while others will never use a gym and instead … Continue Reading 4 Ways To Get More Out Of Your Exercise Classes
On the 14th of April this year, a book arrived on my door step. This was the biggest book I’d ever purchased. With 583 pages and many iconic gymnastics positions … Continue Reading Overcoming Gravity 2 – A Book Review
Today I have the wonderful opportunity to share yet another interview with you. This time it’s with one of my favourite YouTube channels; Calisthenic Movement. I love picking brains and … Continue Reading An Interview With Alex Lorenz From Calisthenic Movement
Be thankful that most of you reading this aren’t fortunate enough to know me in real life, or have real life contact with me. Because if you had, for the … Continue Reading A Crazy Story About The Psychology Of Injuries (Fixing My Shoulder Pain)
For every person you see standing in front of the mirror admiring themselves, there was once a younger version standing in front of the same mirror wondering whether the world would … Continue Reading How To NEVER Become OBSESSED With The Gym
It dawned on me the other day that the end of this year will mark the 5th anniversary of the very first day I started exercising. And it was one … Continue Reading 6 Pearls Of Wisdom From 3 Years Of PROPER Training
Ask most people what disconnecting really means and they’ll tell you their idea of disconnecting is sitting on the couch watching a film, or doing their normal nightly routine with … Continue Reading What disconnecting REALLY means (A Camping Tale)
Type ‘what does the devil look like?’ into google in 2017 and half the results will be pictures of chairs and sofas. What happened to the man in red with … Continue Reading Avoid Anterior Pelvic Tilt By Stretching Your Hips Properly!
Being watched in the gym is a newcomer’s nightmare. Just the thought of everyone looking at them is enough to make them do a complete 180 and head out the … Continue Reading The value of another pair of eyes (workshop with Lee Wade Turner)
Personal trainers have nightmares sometimes – many of which are recurring fears. There are 2 most popular ones: Clients that lie in their food journals Clients that are scared to … Continue Reading Do you have to eat 800-1200 calories a day in order to lose weight?
They say in order to get better you must surround yourself and associate with those better than you, and those far more knowledgeable. When coaching, training or instructing others as … Continue Reading Emmet Louis’ Modern Methods Of Mobility 2017 – In Review