Calisthenics is a form of exercise that uses body weight movements to build strength, flexibility, and endurance. It typically involves exercises like push-ups, pull-ups, squats, and lunges, as well as more advanced movements like muscle-ups and handstands.

One of the benefits of calisthenics is that it can be done anywhere, without the need for equipment or a gym membership. It is also a great way to improve overall fitness and athleticism, as it focuses on functional movements that translate to real-life activities.

If you are interested in learning more about calisthenics, or need help with specific movements like the muscle-up or straddle-planche, check out Calisthenics Club Berkeley.

(Calisthenics Club Berkeley is a club dedicated to helping Berkeley students with calisthenics exercises that I co-founded with Julius, Robert, Tord, and Peter ).

If you also love calisthenics and need help learning how to do a

, hit me up any time!