If your goal is to integrate statics and dynamics into your training, freestyle calisthenics is the right place for you. In freestyle calisthenics, there is no end to an athlete's creativity. It is about combining different skills in the area of statics and dynamics. Many athletes create their own style and use different variations of skills, which results in new combinations.
Statics are "strength moves" where you put your body in a certain position and hold it. Very well known statics are human flag, planche, front lever or back lever. A high degree of maximum strength and body tension is needed to hold the body in such positions. If you are interested in pure power and are not the friend of momentum and dynamic rotation, statics are exactly the right thing for you.
If you're a big fan of basic exercises like pull-ups, push-ups, dips or squats, the weighted calisthenics section is for you. In weighted calisthenics, also called "Streetlifting", exercises like pull-ups, dips or squats are performed with additional weight. This allows you to benefit from strength growth in the area of maximum strength.
When doing push-ups or the handstand, there is a high load on the wrists, which can cause pain. The push-up grips put the wrists in a comfortable and neutral position, which provides a better training result. You also profit from an increased range of motion, which can make your training more challenging and effective.
Resistance bands provide a lot of benefits to your workout and can help you achieve your first pull-up, or more advanced skills like the front lever. You can choose between 4 different resistance bands to get you closer to your goals. The bands are labeled with the respective kilograms, so you can always keep an eye on your progress. Let nothing stop you from reaching your goals!
7 different exercises with the dip belt and how to put it on properly. A dip belt can take your workout to a whole new level as the extra training weight puts more stress on your muscles. Benefit from strong strength gains and muscle building thanks to a new training experience.
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Many skills can be performed on a pull-up bar or parallettes, but the gymnastics rings offer an advantage: the additional stabilization of the body that is required provides new stimuli for your workout and can thus take your statics to the next level.
The gained strength is also noticeable when training with the parallettes, on the pull-up bar, or the floor.