is about using what is available to make us stronger. It is about not relying on a certain environment to train, and making the most of what is around us. Stay tuned for exercises in unusual places, routines based around every day areas, and cool shots set around calisthenics. The goal is to have people share their photos and use the #trainanywhere hashtag to show how they are implementing fitness into their lives.
Raised Tuck Hold
L-Sit on the Waterfront
The Dragon Flag is an exceptional core exercise, and can be done for reps, or as an isometric hold.
Handle length can help or hinder your training. If you like to include a lot of transitions, and crossovers, a longer handle like the one in this shot can help.
Jump rope = happiness
Deep Squats can be comfortable enough for real contemplation.
Unsupported Seated Twist
Deep Close Squats will really begin to test your ankle mobility
Assisted Pistol Squats on the waterfront
Incline Tripod OAP
Steps are a great way to get some uneven pushups in
Archer pushups like a boss
Those lever pushups…
Can’t forget to train the neck with some headstands
Uneven front bridges
So that’s why it’s called the archer push-up…
Squat w/ hands behind the back
Back clap push-ups w/ incline
L-Sits on the waterfront
Pistol squat and hamstring stretch combo
Single leg crow pose
Deep squat between sets to relax
Elevated Split Squat on the waterfront
Flag Friday’s on the waterfront
“Skin the Cat” for a great stretch, and upper body workout
Starting Position of the Inverted Row
Lean forward for a nice chest exercise during the dip
Lever training on the waterfront
The hips are too high. It is a common mistake with the pushup. Be sure to straighten the body and engage the core.
Pistol squats on the Spencer-Smith Park fountain
May not look like a gym, but calisthenics makes it one.
Adding an incline is a great way to warm up for any pushup variation. Here I’m prepping for some one-arm variations.