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1a) Squats with a stability ball (improved range of motion, could use a basketball in the small of your back or 2) Squats with one hand on a bar or chair or counter to balance 3) Bodyweight only squats with a chair behind me to check my range of motion (squat until my butt taps the corner of. What Is Bodyweight Training? “Use your body to improve your body.” – Something some zen master said at some point probably. Bodyweight training means doing any exercise that leverages your own bodyweight to build strength and muscle, burn fat, and become more resilient. Now, you might think that’s just basic stuff like push-ups and squats.Those things ARE bodyweight movements, and. People also hesitate to train because they’re uncomfortable in the weight room at the gym.

The good news is that the first step to strength training, whether you want to go to the gym or not, is often to use your own body weight to get stronger. Think about the basic push-up. The push-up is a bodyweight. Get Started With Calisthenics Training: The Complete Beginner’s Guide To Bodyweight Strength & Skill Training Basic Movement Types.

There are 3 Basic movement types that form the main functions of movement. There are other types Beginner Exercises. When you first get started, there is a handful. It has now been 4 years since I launched StartBodyweight.com as a free online resource for the bodyweight strength training community.

Thank you to those of you who have helped shape the programme into what it is today with their comments and support. as a forum of sorts to support the Start Bodyweight routine. Bodyweight training keeps you mobile, balanced, and honest about your real world, pound-for-pound strength. 2 – Bodyweight Exercise is a Great Body Fat Tester It’s easy to think you’re getting stronger if your lifts are going up, even if your waistline is expanding right along with them. How to perform Bodyweight Squats: To see visible results quicker, do full bodyweight squats.

Stand shoulder-width apart, keeping your back straight. Lower your body by bending your knees, engaging your entire body as you go low. Push your knees back up to your starting position and repeat. The way to get big and strong with bodyweight training starts by correct programming, hard work and progressive overload.

Progressive overload will do the trick Progressive overloading just means that you progressively increase the resistance of the exercise. the most effective, at home bodyweight strength training on earth START TRAINING TODAY! If you ever wanted to get started with calisthenics, get fit, develop all-round great physique with strength, mobility, flexibility and show off some beast skills – this is THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM OUT THERE!

You can start maintaining—and building—muscle mass by incorporating these beginner-friendly, bodyweight exercises into a full-body workout, mixing and.

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Also check out Weight Training For Dummies, 3rd Edition, by Liz Neporent, Suzanne Schlosberg, and Shirley J. Archer (Wiley) for the basics on safe weight lifting at home or at the gym.

“Glycemic Index Diet For Dummies” by Meri Reffetto
from Glycemic Index Diet For Dummies
by Meri Reffetto
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I can highly recommend this book to all people who are seriously interested in strength conditioning, to get new ideas and to improve their knowledge as well as to work successfully in practice.

“Science and Practice of Strength Training” by Vladimir M. Zatsiorsky, William J. Kraemer, Andrew C. Fry
from Science and Practice of Strength Training
by Vladimir M. Zatsiorsky, William J. Kraemer, Andrew C. Fry
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This book is great for learning the basics of strength training.

“Mother Daughter Wisdom” by Christiane Northrup, M.D.
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by Christiane Northrup, M.D.
Hay House, 2006

° Beginners who need to learn the basics of bodyweight training.

“Bodyweight Strength Training Anatomy” by Bret Contreras
from Bodyweight Strength Training Anatomy
by Bret Contreras
Human Kinetics, 2013

If you have started the exercises in this book, keep it up!

“Simple Steps to Impossible Dreams: The 15 Power Secrets of the World's Most Successful People” by Steven K. Scott
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by Steven K. Scott
Touchstone, 1999

Stone, N.A. Ratamess, T. Triplett-McBride: ACSM position stand: progression models in resistance training for healthy adults.

“Physics of the Human Body” by Irving Herman
from Physics of the Human Body
by Irving Herman
Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2007

Israetel, M, and Hoffmann, J. How Much should I Train? an Introduction to Training Volume Landmarks.

“Science and Development of Muscle Hypertrophy” by Brad Schoenfeld
from Science and Development of Muscle Hypertrophy
by Brad Schoenfeld
Human Kinetics, 2020

—Mark Rippetoe, author of Starting Strength: Basic Barbell Training and Practical Programming for Strength Training

“Bigger Leaner Stronger: The Simple Science of Building the Ultimate Male Body” by Michael Matthews
from Bigger Leaner Stronger: The Simple Science of Building the Ultimate Male Body
by Michael Matthews
Waterbury Publishers, Incorporated, 2019

Alwyn and I created this book to clear up the confusion about strength training, to sort out the many competing claims about different programs and training ideologies, and to make it simpler and easier to pursue for anyone who wants to pursue it.

“The New Rules of Lifting: Six Basic Moves for Maximum Muscle” by Lou Schuler, Alwyn Cosgrove
from The New Rules of Lifting: Six Basic Moves for Maximum Muscle
by Lou Schuler, Alwyn Cosgrove
Penguin Publishing Group, 2005

This book is all about getting back to the basics by using tried and proven bodyweight training tactics to get you moving, feeling, and looking better.

“Your Body Is Your Barbell: Lose Weight and Get into the Best Shape of Your Life in just 6 Weeks Using Nothing but Your own Bodyweight” by BJ Gaddour
from Your Body Is Your Barbell: Lose Weight and Get into the Best Shape of Your Life in just 6 Weeks Using Nothing but Your own Bodyweight
by BJ Gaddour
Rodale Books, 2014

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  • This matter of fact video was the single one that cured my being too intimidated to just get started… over a year ago. And be consistent since. And now have both results and consistent behaviour to work from when progressing. So thanks.:)

  • 2:30 60 push ups
    2:37 60 knee push ups
    2:47 40 pike push ups
    2:57 60 inclined pike push ups
    3:07 30 pull ups
    3:17 30 australian pull ups
    3:27 40 knee raises
    3:42 40 leg raises
    3:54 50 jumping squats
    4:04 50 squat
    4:14 50 biceps curls
    4:21 50 biceps curls (less inclined)
    4:35 35 dips
    4:45 35 box/bench dips

  • Who the hell thinks it’s harder to figure out how to lift weights. Try something if it’s too hard, dial it back, too easy, add weight. But how do you train a muscle up if you can’t do one: negatives, explosive pull ups. High pull ups. Dips, low dips. It’s much more complicated.

  • I’ve been working out for some time now but I’m new to calisthenics when do u think it’s the right time to start learning see skills and which skill would u recommend for a beginner

  • I’m completely new to this so after I get comfortable with this routine for a few weeks and have increased the amount of reps I can do when would I move on or do I just do this till I get toned

  • Hi,enjoying your videos Josh. Love watching your graceful body & lovely outlook on life. I’ve just started to follow you. I’m in my early 70s and loosing body mass. I don’t find your exercises easy but hopefully bit by bit I will gain in strength. Namaste ��

  • I turned 16 yesterday and I’m doing calisthenics since 1 1/2 month, should I start first with weightlifting or can keep doing calisthenics? My goal is doing the full planche

  • Video is okay for beginning. Number of reps and the poor execution of some exercises is just too dangerous for beginners to count as a good advice
    Sorry but big thumb down

  • IMO the RR was way to much volume and the workouts began to take too long. I don’t see why they had to throw in every type of movement they could think of. What is the point of doing dips and push-ups in the same workout? Same with rows and pullups together. I got impingement from it. I recovered, cut it down to just 5 lifts and went with 8-12 reps ×2 instead of 5-8×3. Progress is less aggressive, but my shoulders feel great and I have more time.

    Great video BTW. Congrats on the payoff!

  • I guess he did not know how to call punching
    Into the air, and he just called it shadow boxing. Hey!!nothing wrong with that, unless you wanna get into boxing, there my friend is something else.

  • Warm up:
    skipping rope
    jumping jacks
    shadow boxing
    running on the spot
    Sorry if i missed any!

    wanted to make a list.
    60 x push ups HARDER
    60 x knee push ups EASIER
    40 x pike pushups HARDER
    60 x inclined pike pushups EASIER
    30 x pull ups HARDER
    30 x australian pushups EASIER
    40 x knee raises HARDER
    40 x leg raises EASIER
    50 x jumping squats HARDER
    50 x squats EASIER
    50 x bicep curls HARDER
    50 x bicep curls less inclined EASIER
    35 x dips HARDER
    35 x box/bench dips EASIER
    Good luck making a workout out of this, i hope you acheive your goals
    I also make videos like this, check it

  • Thank you! I am going through a break up right know and had problems in motivating myself to start the RR but your enthusiastic and optimistic nature helped a lot! Totally made my day!

  • Nice work man! as a crossfit praticer, I had to put away the barbell (because of covid) and I happened upon on recommended routine from reddit. Your witness about this and your progression encourages me to stay in this path for (at least a certain time..) for improving my calisthenics skills and strength. Thanks for the video ��

  • You inspired by your body transformation

    WATCH ME SHARING MY STORY OF HOW CALISTHENICS CHANGE MY LIFE AND PLS SUBSCRIBE TO SUPPORT ME

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=10KSOf9vwRc

  • Awesome video! I’ve been toying around with a PPL program for a while and have been getting bored with it. I want to give more body weight strength stuff a try. Subbed after watching this ��

  • Makes sense you extended the rest to 3 min. While a 90s rest is a decent middle ground any athlete, according to my research a rest as short as that is more optimal for female athletes. As their lower testosterone, higher estrogen, and higher amount of low twitch muscles fibers means their bodies are more apt for longform endurance and they recover between sets much faster (at least if they’re untrained I’ve seen other peer reviewed studies show trained female weightlifters have a comparable amount of fast twitch muscle fibers as their male peers. So it might just depend on fitness types). The trade off is that while female athletes can recover faster, and therefore have faster workouts, the lower testosterone means they need to exert a couple more reps of effort to gain similar strength results.

  • First time trying this program today, I gotta say I had trouble picking progressions an hour ago, and this made me understand how to read tempo much better than most youtube videos (for realsies I was panicking what those four digits mean in workout programs, but having all of them 10X0 made me familiar on how to read tempo).
    Some were a bit too easy, but I figured not to ramp it up so I could analyze my current strength and skill level and be consistent the whole workout making it up to sets of 3 with proper form and technique was the challenge, for now atleast.
    But also because of this program, I made it back to be able to do pistol squats once again! Because I went on a 5month hiatus of no exercise.

    Then probably plan which custom levels of exercise will I use to further challenge myself.

  • All those tips very helpful for me and everyone praticing RR. However one thing i want do remind you is your body pretty imbalance. Any one side exercise should be replaced with both side. At push up sets you should change to pseudo planche push up to improve left side. For leg, with you access to barbell, replace squat sets with barbell squat, and hinge sets with deadlift. Bodyweight have limited progress with legs compare to weighted training.

  • Subbed my man, IF ALL GOES WELL i’ll be back in 3 months with results. Atm I also follow the c25k jogging program (in between workout days) but I might have to cut that out if it ends up burning me out. We’ll see how this all goes

  • Holy shit the endurance burn out made me quit working out for a year. My workouts took up to two hours and I was dead at the end.

    You bring up great solutions I’ll try them!

    Also I didn’t know the amount of sets was abnormal, I was just beating myself down for being too lazy.

  • I can’t watch them when they’re sitting on their couch explaining things. They’re pendulums, constantly moving from left to right and back O.o…

  • The voice over is great. Talking while exercising is ok if you can do it but the voice over allows you to give more information while the exercises are performed and allows you to provide more information because you are focusing on talking and not exercising at the same time. Plus the voice over is more professional feeling.

  • I’m a noob and I really push hard on intense exercises and I am spent. I heard cardio helps with that, getting the heart rate up in the high intensity for awhile at least. I certainly will use the exercise rotation method you use. Thanks so much, friend.

  • Yo browney started this a year ago I started with being able to do
    1 pull-up
    0 dip
    5 ok push-ups
    And a few squats now I can do
    30 pull ups
    18 dips
    80 push-ups
    50 squats

  • Hello, how long do you think us beginners will be doing this? And do you have another sort of vid as the next progression of this step?

    Thank you so much, really sweating a lot while typing this.

  • While everyone’s logging into bodybuilding and getting started on gym programs, supplements and blah blah shit, your videos are GODS gift for us beginners, it’s my dream to get a physique like you

  • Justin I saw your Jump Cut review which brought me here. I think your really talented presenter/ storyteller but I think you need to spend time on improving your production quality. I connected with your Jump Cut video review as I’m about to launch my first Youtube VLOG this month for a media school here in Australia that I’m setting up. I’m not sure if this has been done but I have an idea that you should do based on your love of Marvel Characters and being a Personal Trainer. Create a ‘ Superhero Workout Day ‘ Provide a Free Workout Session with other Marvel Fans who want to get fit I think you’ll get some decent views on that. Don’t have to use the idea but I thought you might like it. Best of luck mate and keep grinding cheers Ralph

  • Congratulations for the gains, it was interesting to see how you adapted the routine. Nordic curls are actually simple to setup, a strap can be used with a gym bench or just a plank at home. But weighted hip thrusts are a good alternative.

  • I’m confused, in the beginning you told me to go for max reps, but later in the video you told me to go for not as many reps as possible?

  • Looks decent, kind of feel though not enough leg-focus. Biggest muscles in our body, need more activation and alaso better anabolic response will be generated.

  • As a fat former powerlifter who now wants to drop weight and get healthy, this was a serious reality check. Thanks for making a great video, and I just became a channel subscriber:)

  • Could I possibly break this down and do it over 6 days? Do half routines? If that makes sense? Great video! Really appreciate the amount of thought and effort in this!

  • I don’t know how many times I have repeated watching these videos lol, never skipped watching your videos ever since I sub to your channel It really building up my motivation. I’m from Malaysia btw hehe…I have started doing some push-ups, negatives push-ups, and planks for over a month and a half now. I did see a little bit improvement noticeable in my own eye, but not on other’s people’s eye..yet.. haha… I’m very skinny guys dude, literally, people call me skeleton lols. I’m just 5.68 feet, 113lbs right now… but I was around 109 lbs past months…I feel like I want to change a bit in my workout routine, I would try your workout guide bruh, wish me luck..�� but first I need to get pull up bars… and maybe trying to get some dumbells for lunges..I did not have enough equips yet, but I’ll start to do anything from the video as I can first.. ��

  • This was soooo helpful, I am wanting to continue my calisthenics journey but got kinda discouraged cuz I wasn’t seeing much improvement. Due to motivation and food haha.

  • This is too easy. You need more variability in moves in one days exrcises and push harder to get muscles and power. And in leg trainign like squats it’s essential to get some weights even if it’s kettlebell or else it’s just strecthing and movability

  • Stan! Extrem gute Bearbeitung: die Qualität zu überbieten ist sehr schwer. So viel kostenlose Informationen, verständlich simpel erklärt, ich sage einfach Danke für dieses Video!

  • is de lange kop van jouw bicep zo slecht of hebben je biceps slechte genen? zou je dat niet willen perfectioneren met gewichten naast calisthenics?

  • Well i starded 1 month ago (thanks to browney) and now i almost can do a handstand hold. My phycics are getting better and i feel much fitter

  • DUDE! i love you ive seen your journey for no muscle to buffed and im learning alot of calisthenics and stuff mainly because of you stay healthy

  • I love ur vids and this video was fun and serious and that’s why I love u and I also smashed that leik button and subscribe so don’t worry about that and yeah bye

  • First I really like that video. It’s very organised and gives you the whole necessary info to start and achieve results with the RR. I personally tried it for 5 months in light caloric surplus and using whey protein powder. Well I am really proud of what I’ve achieved.

  • This video is pure gold! So much useful information. Your video editing skills are improving a lot also. Amazing work, keep it up!:D

  • Well, I’ll be damned. They changed the recommended routine. I was out of training for a couple months because of an injury but with this new one I will get back to it asap. Thanks for the video. It’s very good motivation to see what you have achieved in a mere 90 days. Congrats man.

  • How long can we rest after doing one 8-12 reps and how long can we rest after finishing a set of 4 times and any substitute for australian chin ups and pushups?

  • Wow this is a pretty good workout! Perfect to do during corona virus ��
    Here is the big brother workout… same vibe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rM-Cw_vWGPE&t=593s

  • Whoa that Kool video and wished I had this while I was in high school to be good for fit and keep up the work and in my family health issues like heart disease or heart problems so if I do anything hard work might get heart attack and sorry that my health issue

  • This is great! Thank you for introducing calisthenics to me, Christian. This is @Jesse.jonez; I’m so happy you used my transformation! Unfortunately, I had a partial shoulder dislocation from wrestling 2 weeks ago, but I can’t wait to get back to training!

  • I am new to this channel and an absolute beginner in primal moves. I intend to incorporate this kind of workouts in my fitness routine little by little. I like your tone voice and simple and clear explanations; I prefer to be voice guided through. Congrats for your work ������

  • Not only impressive progress shown in the video, but also really well edited and super inspirational! Now I’m just stalking you �� big fan. I struggle with weight and exercise and this is really admirable. I love this. I’m so happy you got accepted into medical school because your personality clearly shines through this and to me it is definitely the personality of a future physician:)

  • Bro honestly speaking, your vids are the best!!
    Actually i had a favour to ask for, my exams are approaching and there’s like 34 days left and i am not studying effectively, CAN YOU PLZ MAKE A VIDEO HOW YOUR DAILY STUDY ROUTINE IS LIKE ( i would follow it and see if that works for me or not ) and the major problem i am facing is that i am not able to decide that when should i study in “day or night ” so plz do consider this btw your video on study tips was awesome and i am a sporty guy(i play soccer ) too�� like you but i dont do calisthenics��.
    CHEERS!!

  • My name is René. I have been doing this for like a month now, and already taken 1,2 kg on. I can only recommend you for do the same as i. you will get exactly that Chris says and more in my opinion. so if you considering starting your journey now, i will definitely recommend Christians Online Coaching.

  • Hey, it’s me again! I have a question. I’ve heard doing more reps is not always better. Is there a limit for the number of reps I can add to the excercises? Of would it be better adding another set? Example: is it better for push-ups 4×20 or 5×12?

  • I’m living with my parents. i’m 15 so I cant decide what I eat for dinner and stuff like that. How can I then take good care of what I eat. any ideas? haha

  • Dutchies!! <3 Wat te doen als je dit allemaal nog niet kan (een push up bijvoorbeeld)? Gewoon in de Nike Training app een beetje basisoefeningen trainen tot je sterker bent, en dan pas aan calisthenics beginnen?

  • My goal is to do the full planche. So should I only do exercises for the full planche or this workout and some full planche exercises? I have no clue, please help me. (I turned 16 yesterday)

  • Hi! What about the rest days? If I do the optimal 5 days per week training I think that muscles would not have enough time to recover and grow. But idk, still beginner, what do you think about doing this 3 times per week mixing It with other 3 days of 45 min of abs and cardio? Totally 6 days

  • Bros this is one of the best home workout I’ve ever seen and u know that the gyms are closed and i can’t train like I used to be And I’m intrested at calisthenics for a long time and i start it very soon

  • Really nice workout routine! I have a problem though. I don’t have a table to do the Australlian pullups and chinups, but I have a pull up bar. Can I do regular pullups and chinups? and how many reps of pullups and chinups should I do?

  • Can I train for the full planche while doing this workout or do I need to decide between this workout and the full planche journey?

  • Am I able to do the full planche if I did this workout enough? Or are there any extra exercises to do for full planche? If yes, which one?

  • Were you doing max effort set for every sets or just trying to add one or two reps or weight each workout without going to failure?

  • You say for exercises in which you can only perform 3 or so reps, don’t proceed with them. But from my understanding from previous studies, I’ve always heard that for STRENGTH TRAINING (my focus is more strength than size) I’d always heard the optimal rep range is 3-5 reps whereas when training for SIZE the optimal range is 6-10 reps and endurance 10 and so on. Is that so?

  • This workout is majestic. I’ve started 6 weeks ago doing only half the minimum reps: only 4 of each excercise, 8 for legs and unable to do even one tricep extension. I started increasing 1 rep per set each week. Fast forward to this day, I’m doing 9 reps of each excercise, even triceps (realized I could do them a week ago), and keep pushing forward. Patience and constancy is everything one needs. Nothing but eternal thanks to you guys. Love from Argentina.

  • I have been following your workout.. it’s nice:)
    It’s been 5-6 weeks sessions I feel my strength has come back almost to 70%
    I am planning to replace with more difficult exercises.
    Thanks guys for the video, you guys are amazing:)
    Love from India.


    How can I move a level up from here now?
    How you guys prac skills like planche with such routine..
    I generally streched and practice headstand etc on days when I dint do this workout

    Workout plan for next 6 weeks.. Let me know if can improve below:

    3 Sets
    Chest Oriented
    Pushup Variant * 4 ( Current Archer Pushup )
    Pike Pushup Variant
    Scapula Pushup
    Tricep Dips
    Pull up
    Deep Squats
    Leg Raises/Lower Abs
    Side crunches

    Back Oriented
    Pull Up * 5
    Biceps
    Scapula Hold
    Lower Back/Superman
    Pseudo Planche Pushup
    Lunges
    Pike Walk
    Crunches

    Leg Oriented
    One Legged Squats * 4
    Archer Squats
    Glutes Bridge
    Calf
    Hollow Body Hold
    Pike Pushup
    Traps Pushup
    Biceps
    Triceps Extension

  • Why shouldn’t I do my 2-4 pull ups? I started by doing 4 times 2 pull ups and that really got me going. But in addition to that I also did the Australien pull-ups. I think this gave me the most progress!
    Or am I completely wrong?

  • Hey, I’ve just completed my second week of this three-day routine, let me know when do I need to switch to 4 day or 5 day? Or should I continue doing this 3 day thing?!

  • Are you serious? you have done so much controversy about the BarBrothers mode, then you was a hater for long period on YouTube. And now, you do what they do….

  • Is there a way to progress these exercises or make them more difficult once I’ve been able to do the maximum amount of reps per set?

  • I’m a little late �� but I’ve been looking for a good beginners workout and finally found one thanks to you. Keep up the good work.

  • Imagine your his friend and you ask him where he’s been working out at and he just takes you to his backyard and points to a concrete circle in the ground…

  • I haven’t trained for almost a decade now and I just tried your programs (which are awesome!) but I really can’t keep with the 4 sets of 8 or 12, and I’m wondering if is it ok to start with at least 2 sets of 4?

  • what I love so much about him is that his physique is so natural and nothing to extreme.
    He actually makes it look possible to have a good natural bodytransformation, and he also explains everything well
    keep it up man
    ik ben van België btw als je dit leest

  • So I’m confused about something. You mentioned that people can work towards doing these exercises 5-6 days a week, however you also said that you should rest for 48 hours between each day. Is it better to workout our less frequently with longer rest periods? If I workout daily am I hurting my progress by not letting my body rest?

  • Important Question: I am starting my calisthenics journey tomorrow and you said what to eat for day 2 and 3 but not for day 1,
    Can you please provide the diet, what should i eat before/after the workout and how much proportion.
    Loved the video and explaination.❤️

  • Hi guys. First of all thank you for putting all this effort into making amazing videos! I have a doubt though.

    I used to go to the gym when I was 18. I never got like super muscly but I could do push-ups just fine. Now, after 5 years of doing absolutely nothing of exercise I want to try this routine but I can’t do, for the life of me, 3 push-ups. I go onto my knees and I can do 5 but after that I just can’t push my body weight at all. I’ve always been super skinny.

    I always do 8 and try to maintain the form as perfect as possible, but I don’t know if it’s really working or if I’m risking injuring myself. Same with the triceps push-ups or pike walks. I just hold my body weight for as long as I can. I can’t even move.

    I know if I keep doing this routine I will be able to do this just fine. But I don’t know how much time should I spend doing this routine. A month? Two? Until I can do every exercise at perfection without Kik of dying in the middle?

    Thank you so much! I’m thinking of buying the course too.

    See ya!

  • I GOT SIX PACK IN ONE MONTH!!! I took diet plan from NextLevelDiet. With their diet plan and tips, transformation is guaranteed, trust me. They also provide you with training plan and healthy recipes.

  • Great Video!!! This video has given me new ideas for my fitness channel! Cant wait to post my next video with this new insight!!��

  • Just finished doing that after 3 years of no exercise. I’m in pain, my whole body hurts and I’m grateful for that. See you tomorrow on the same video

  • My first time doing this video. I am definitely a beginner, however, i was able to do the moves. Personally, I need an instructor that counts off the moves to keep me focused and continuing the exercises. Please consider a more verbally instructive video. Thanks:)

  • Can we just call the 2:50 one the Hydrant piss? All jokes aside, love the videos, and the mindset of performance, movement, health (with gains to follow) Cheers!

  • My son recommended that I take a look at your videos. I’m waiting for hip replacement surgery and discovered I am able to do your basic strength moves. The exercises are excellent for hip issues as well as being super strengthening exercises I can do at home or as we tour the country in our motor home. I also added the bear crawl and crab walk to your routine. Thank you for putting your strength side concept out there!!

  • Every morning I aim to do just 10 minutes of your ankle exercises and I always end up doing a whole hour of your other workout. Thank you so much for being here. You rock.

  • Ay, I can’t tell you how much I appreciate I feel like people forget what being a beginner actually means… I’m really trying to improve myself, but I keep seeing ‘beginner’ workouts that aren’t even in the realm of possibility.

  • Hi, this is my favorite video at the moment, I find it very complete. I still use my knees for the push ups but I’m feeling stroger, guess it’s time to go further. ✌

  • I prefer the voice overs as you workout. The workout looks ‘mild’ but it was intense. I did it yesterday 2/8/2020. Thanks big ����

  • Sorry for the long wait guys.. I’ve been working really hard on this new website. Hope you’re all doing well!

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  • I need to lose weight so this can hopefully help! Would you recommend or recommend against someone who is overweight (230lbs) to do this routine as well?

  • Finally after watching dozens of videos all telling me different things and not explaining how to actually start I have found the video that answers all my questions. I was always overthinking what I should do but the truth is that I shouldn’t think so difficult. To feel more committed to this I’m gonna keep daily updating this comment because it helps me feel more motivated as I have problems staying motivated.

  • my wrists hurt really really bad after doing your workout. any advice what I can do here? else I might not be able to follow this routine unfortunately

  • Good warm up! One note I would say maybe before you start a specific movement add a caption of the name and rep range. Otherwise I thoroughly enjoyed!

  • I perfer the voice over I can hear and understand what ur saying better w/o distraction of u doing the workout while talking and by u explaining what is being seen u can fully explain everything because u see what I see at same time not what u think I see at time of workout plus explaining what ur doing live interferes with ur actual workout if this all makes sence ��

  • LOVE IT` UNLOCK THE PATTERNS FROM BEING ` A`DULL`T`:) (adult) We are the T` stand up with the hands out` yup` we are the T THINKYOU

  • 2:26 as far as I understand it this isn’t true. you’re supposed to do the hardest exercise you can do in each progression until you feel that exercise is too easy because you’ve gained strength, then you move to the next exercise in your next session.

    so you only do ONE exercise per progression, not all 3+.

  • Josh: I’ve followed you for a while now; recently in one of your videos you asked for feedback on your new haircut: buzzed on the sides and a ponytail. I have to vote for previous haircuts as you have great hair and it showed fuller and sexier. You asked for opinions and here is mine. I appreciate all of your videos using our natural weight w good form and great mobility for strength and stretches. I am a loyal follower and will continue to do so as your videos are my faves on YouTube.

  • Hey +Strength Side Josh, I just discovered you while trying to structure my workout.
    Stopped going to the gym since this whole virus story started, instead I went jogging almost every day and did some bodyweight exercises at the park. However, my flexibility sucks ever since I hurt my back (I could barely move for a year). The doctors said that “it will never get better, I am 2 old to change things at 47” (like, wtf haha) and I want to prove them wrong!
    As someone who has been into sports all my life, I know how important it is to know what you are doing, if you wanna do it right. All of a sudden not being able to do things I easily did because of injury, that hit me hard. Am trying to include all aspects of physical activity, planes of motion, strength training, cardio, neuromotor training (part where I suck, have polyneuropathy), flexibility exercises (suck here too) and of course warm up/cool down.
    My question for you, if you ever happen to see this, is:
    Could you please do something on how to structure a no equipment workout routine, some sort of plan to stick to?
    Last but not least: love how you do this! You are so not like the rest of them “show boys”:) <3

  • Hey, thanks for making such great workout videos! The way you explain the workouts, I don’t even need to look at you. I just listen! Which helps me. Concentrate on my body and what my muscles are feeling.

  • I went to the comments right away and see lot of shadow boxing comments and proceeded to watch the video I started CRYING lol it’s ok tho you made a good video

  • Nice training man!! Im really new on this and help me soo much to stay focus on my body and all the muscles that i use on each excersize!! ������

  • I have chronic pain, which often inhibits exercise, but I am consistently able to do these, and I am continuously encouraged by your demeanor and attitude:-)

  • these exercises are awesome really i have done sports in the past football and track so my legs have always been stronger than every thing else but i really feel muscles in my upper back, shoulders, and upper chest way more than ever before it feels great and u get a very good stretch out of a lot of these too

  • Dude, I started this 2 weeks ago, couldn’t get through it. Today I finished and did it again. You’re the king! Which one of your workouts should move on to?

  • Just retired at 62 and this is now my new job (stretching and working out). Thank you for the assistance. Also the voice over is great ��