Bodyweight exercises

Bodyweight exercises are extremely effective at improving fitness and aiding weight loss. The exercises are very “old school” but that does not make them ineffective. They are ideal for home workouts and for anybody who cannot access a gym. Here we discuss bodyweight training and share some workouts.

Circuit Training Workouts – The Best Home Exercises

Circuit training is one of the best home fitness routines that you can do to get fast results at little cost. The exercises can all be done with no equipment. Some exercises need a partner, but this routine has 12 exercises that you can do at home, in the park or at the gym. Old school and very effective.

Get Fit for the Slopes with our Ski Workouts

The summer is finally coming to a close. All over Europe and North America people are starting to excited about the forthcoming winter. While the sun worshippers mourn at their loss the skier tribes start to dust off their jackets and polish…

The Plyometric Power Move Workout

Tuck jumps
If you want to lose weight and get fit, then plyometric power moves are ideal. Rather than just focussing on cardio endurance, or muscular hypertrophy (building bigger muscles), it builds functional strength and also provides an intensive workout. Athletes, boxers…

MMA Workout To Build Strength and Endurance

MMA is fast becoming the most popular competition martial art. As it takes the best parts from several styles, i.e. kicking, punching, grappling, throwing and submission wrestling, it is the closest to a true fight that can be had while…

Old School Fitness and Strength Training

Circuit training is one of the best ways to gain all round fitness and strength. Intensive circuit training can be done inside sports halls as well as in the park. Each exercise is performed at a station. There are usually no or few weights involved.

Push Ups / Press Ups – Bodyweight Strength Workouts

Push ups are a great bodyweight exercise
Push ups (a.k.a. press ups) are one of the core bodyweight exercises. They are often overlooked by people looking to improve strength and conditioning, even though they are the staple exercise in the military and martial arts school. Push ups can strengthen the back, shoulders, triceps and forearms. Push ups are common in both traditional Eastern exercises as well as Western fitness routines.