Calisthenics Workout With A Chair (2)

8 Calisthenic Workouts With A Chair

That’s the cool thing about calisthenics.

You don’t need a lot to do it.

Actually you only need two hands, a pair of legs and…a chair.

And If you don’t have a chair you use a wall or a table.


After all, it’s not called body weight workout for nothing.

Knowing what creative tools you can use, will save you on expensive equipment.

That’s why you don’t need a gym.


You make your own gym.

And if you don’t know how, go get a chair first.

Come back when you have one.

And prepare to never look at the chair as just a thing to sit on…ever again!


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How To Recover From A Wrist Injury

Oh no! It happened.

You got yourself an inevitable wrist injury.

Just like David from the forum.

It will happen, sooner or later…


Why? Because that’s part of developing yourself and finding that sweet spot where your limits meet your capabilities.

In some occasions you will go over those limits.

“Only those willing to risk going too far can possibly know how far they can go.”


Fortunately, you can prepare yourself and train your wrists into something which is referred to as anti-fragile.

Anti-fragility is a concept which boils down to the ability of someone or something to recover from injury and become stronger in the process.

Having strong wrists is not necessarily about them being indestructible, but it’s about developing the skill set to make them stronger after you have injured them.


You can keep injuring yourself and recover into the same level of strength.

Or you can develop anti-fragile wrists by using the tips and tools in this post. The choice is yours.

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