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Heavyweight Calisthenics Inspiration

Calisthenics is only for small guys? Watch Elvis break the myth. We met Elvis around 1 1/2 years ago during the winter. He came full of heart but you can tell his weight was limiting him. He kept trying the 360 muscle up and missing it, but always tried over and over again. Staying true

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Linking: A Guide To Flow

Linking is the process of combining moves to create a set. You have a list of calisthenics moves in your repertoire. Everyone does. No matter your fitness level. You have a body, therefore you have physical ability. The process of linking involves being aware of what you can do and when you can do them. The

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Branching

Creation is a gradual progression. It has a base from where all things come from. Creative Calisthenics is no different. The fundamental moves are the most important and should be practiced for strength purposes, yet the joy of the sport lies in the discovery of the unknown. The Tree of Knowledge There is a tree

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The Anatomy of Strength

Ever wondered what your insides look like during a tiger bend? Meet +Juliana Payson, a Medical Artiste who illustrates the complexity of the human body and how it adapts with the performing body. The Inspiration “I’ve been working on progressive strength and flexibility training after having had major surgery to clean up a damaged hip.

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Creativity

The two words in Creative Calisthenics are inseparable. Take one away from the other and the whole system breaks down. Here’s the obvious one: Creative [Blank]. You’ve taken the body away, there is no more exercise. The subtle one: [Blank] Calisthenics. You still have bodyweight exercise, but the whole beauty of it has been compromised.

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Awareness

I want to talk about awareness and its link to physical activity. This link is not unique to creative calisthenics, yet I believe it is the greatest driving force behind its appeal. Why do we come back to the bar? What is it about the activity of putting ourselves in dangerous and new situations that

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NYC Street Workout World Cup Stage

On August 23rd, 2014, we invited some of the best athletes in the world to compete at the World Cup Stage in New York – organized by BarStarzz and World Street Workout and Calisthenics Organization. 30 bar athletes battled that day on a stage in Manhattan, N.Y.C., overlooking the East River. We had contestants from

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