What does a 5 day Calisthenics routine look like? Posted on May 19, 2023 by Anonymous What does a 5 day Calisthenics routine look like?
who gives a shit? fuck you and fuck your post
Survival of the fitness boys
It looks like a routine where you train 5 days a week using calisthenic moves
Calisthenics but you do it over 5 days
Pushups is a good one
Planks for example are calisthenics too
Just imagine the tittyfucking he’s receiving in jail
He looks like a huge douche but on his youtube he has one of the most encouraging and nicest personas
if you look at the dates and tattoos you can see that is old, although battery with a weapon is serious
>He looks like a huge douche but on his youtube he has one of the most encouraging and nicest personas
This is true. I have was surprised how articulate and well organized the dudes style was. Like you said he does seem to care about his viewers, at least that’s the vibe a get
I like him, learned a lot from him
Legit cool dude that turned it around
Enjoyed his recent rock climbing colab with Magnus
So? Without context you dint know what happened.
So nobody knows what a full Calisthenics routine is?
You have to go to a park 5 days a week and do callisthenics, the other 2 days are rest days where you don’t do Calisthenics. You can still go to the park but you just can’t do callisthenics on those days.
Go to the park to do what??? What exercises and how many sets
Read this and stop begging to be spoonfed.
BWF Primer (zero training experience/knowledge)https://www.reddit.com/r/bodyweightfitness/wiki/routines/bwf-primer/
r/bodyweightfitness recommended routine (early beginner - late beginner,
Start Bodyweight basic routine (early beginner - late intermediate, strength
r/naturalbodybuilding quarantine workout template (mid beginner - late
intermediate, hypertrophy focused)
>stop begging to be spoonfed about fitness on the fitness forum!!!
I'll read it but Jesus that argument is stupid
>cringe meme white people exercises
kek. I want to do exercises like in this video:
I just finished reading them and it's too long and convoluted. I really want something simple. A do X for Y sets.
Dude are you a child or something. The startbodyweight routine is literally "do X exercise for Y sets and Z reps" it doesnt get any simpler than that
one arm pull ups are a party trick
Its not even a good trick. Never once seen someone do it without looking like they're giving themselves an impingement.
>t. Coping one arm pulluplets
They're very good for building pulling strength and strengthening your tendons
It looks gay as fuck, just like you, OP. Stop being poor and lift weights.
Calisthenics looks cool as fuck, someone doing handstand pushups will aways look 10x more impressive to normies than some gay deadlift or something. Besides, no reason to be a purist when you can do both.
-pistol squat 8x3
-weighted crunches 10x10.
-100 wall punches each hand
-100 elbow strikes
-neck bridges 10min.
-upright rows or lateral raises 10x10
-Chewing some cloth
-weighted push ups 8x3
-pull ups failurex5
this is what I do
Doesnt sound too crazy
I choose what to do the days I workout
usually half of that and divide in two days
>>10 sets of lateral delt isolation followed by much more push than pull
depends on my physical state, if I feel like not putting a lot of effort I do lateral raises, but most of the time it's upright rows
the muscle in my jaw is growing what's the issue
strikes in place repeatedly with no focus on movement
who said I didnt? I dont jot down everything autistically + this is not my daily routine
>>No progressive overload
who said that
my neck is growing science boy so shut the fuck up
>I totally train my movement when I'm punching and elbowing a flat wall.
>>I totally train my movement
I told you this is not practice of technique, just conditioning for my knuckles retard
>Not a routine, just a single imaginary workout he's never done but he imagines it sounds badass.
>100 "wall punches" before weighted pushups and Dips, both for an arbitrary stupid rep range.
>10 sets of lateral delt isolation followed by much more push than pull
>"neck bridge 10 mins"
>Doing strikes in place repeatedly with no focus on movement
>Chewing fucking cloth
>No progressive overload
It's profound how utterly clueless kung fu wannabes are.
The irony of this post L M A O
Imagine falling for such an obvious bait
Also, I use lat raises and upright's interchangeably because I notice my traps are getting too big
my workout is based of my physical state and what I feel like doing
The strikes are done unto the wall in order to harden my bones. It's been a month and my middle knuckle has grown a whole lot
Nope. You're just lying and LARPing. And you're so goddamn dumb you think I'm accusing you of lying because thats training too hard. No. It's training idiotically and ineffectively.
It's not that impressive. I'm excercising within my means, which means lame.
My dips are like 10kg
my push ups 20
my back is weak, so I reach failure by five or six pull ups
100 rows is not that much
neck bridges is trying to hold my body weight for as long as I can within 10 minutes, but ralistically it's like 6
At some point I stopped programming and started doing things as I thought would fit my taste
Worth meantioning I have done enough horizontal rows to rest, my vertical pull is far behind
You don't even know how to throw a punch.
punch with three or two knuckles the middle knuckle, or the second one, always makes contact, so it makes sense it's the one that grows the most
The power line comes through the pinky. To get the most of this and still avoid a boxer's fracture you punch with the middle, ring, and pinky knuckles as one surface. This is how the wrist wants to brace.
That's what I do alongside punching with the first two knuckles like in karate
Like any 5 day resistance training routine except exercise selection is from calisthenics only and progression might be difficulty/leverage increases instead of load/volume
Here is mine:
Mon Wed Fri ;
>Pushups every day, type depending on progression
>Pullups, type depending on progression
>Leg raises, or other depending on progression
>Dips, or whatever kills triceps, type depending on progression
>Forearms and neck with a dumbbell, every day, not calisthenics but I don't know better.
Tue Thur Sat (6 Day routine)
>Situps, type depending on progression
>Calf raises with my own weight, type depending on progression
>Forearms and neck again if I am feeling like it.
You could ignore the split and go full body every day, I am planning on switching to that routine myself eventually.
He lifts weights too.
Is that Albert Einstein on his right arm? Wtf is he a physicist?
I mean, calisthenics relies on physics, so being a physicist would by logic give him a significant advantage right?
I guess so but Newton, the father of classical mechanics would make more sense in for a tattoo in his case LOL
Bros, you're not actually listening to anything this guy says, are you?
No offense, but if you think this guy roids you probably don't lift.