Category Archives: Body Weight Exercises

Kavadlo Brothers Workshops

Danny and I just returned from leading a Progressive Calisthenics Certification (PCC) workshop in St. Paul, MN. It was an amazing event that involved groundbreaking personal achievements from every single person who attended! The most exciting part? We’re just getting started! Danny and I have several additional workshops and certification opportunities scheduled for the months [...]

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Clean Up Your Muscle-up!

Since releasing my book Raising The Bar (and the companion DVD), dozens of people have written to tell me how my training advice helped them achieve their first muscle-up. Oftentimes they will send video footage along with it. I love getting these types of messages! As we’ve discussed before, however, many peoples’ first muscle-up ain’t [...]

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PCC Australia

The Progressive Calisthenics Certification is heading down under! Danny and I are extremely excited for the chance to travel to Melbourne, Australia to teach the PCC workshop on February 21-23, 2014. Click here to sign up! I’ve been getting emails from people all over the world asking when the PCC will be coming to their [...]

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The Clutch Lever

The clutch lever is a unique bodyweight strength skill that works the entire upper body as well as the core muscles, especially the lower back. A hybrid between a clutch flag and a front lever, the clutch lever is an intermediate-level skill that’s less challenging than the full front lever much in the same way [...]

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The PCC Has Arrived!

The inaugural Progressive Calisthenics Certification workshop this past weekend was an amazing success! Over 50 fitness trainers, athletes and exercise enthusiasts from all over the world showed up for a crash course in calisthenics and a chance to take on the Century workout to earn the the title of PCC certified instructor. The enthusiasm of [...]

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