bodyweight

The workouts in this 12-week cycle will be twenty minutes or less, with plenty of time to focus on flexibility, agility, and recovery.
This cycle of the bodyweight workout will focus on holds, strength, and flexibility using arm balances, inversions, and deep flexibility work.
Running coach James Dunne explains how the hips, and their powerful extension, are a crucial but often neglected piece in the performance puzzle.
For every exercise, the outcome is determined by the set up. Logan Christopher shows you techniques to kick up into a stable freestanding handstand.
Running coach James Dunne doesn't want you to run unprepared. Use his dynamic warm up to prime your body specifically for the hard run ahead.
Trampolining may seem juvenile, but it creates strong bones, improves your immune system, and much more.
Feeling up for a challenge? The dragon flag might be hard, but this variation is a different beast entirely.
Can't find the time or the money to go to the gym? Try Andy McKenzie's tough, minimalist bodyweight workout.
Train your core, shoulders, and grip with this simple yet devastating variation of the hanging leg raise.
This workout is perfect for beginners. It will help you gain strength and lose fat.
Here's a push up regression that allows you to engage all the muscles required for a proper push up.
Here are two drills to progress you towards performing the full L-sit with good position.
Most of your training sessions consist of lots of time upside down with your nose to the wall. It’s time to take the next step.
The aim of this four-week program is to develop a base of strength for an athlete to be able to improve his or her muscle up ability.
Try this playful drill to warm up for gymnastics work and improve your grip strength.
Try using ropes and rings to tax your core, your grip, and your willpower.
This year's season is poised to be an exciting mix of big-name athletes and relative unknowns.