Boss Body UK Calisthenic Workout

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You may have already see our post on calisthenic training. If not, check it out HERE.

After seeing the potential calisthenics holds, it’s time we get down to the nitty gritty. Feeling the anticipation for a decent calisthenic workout, please find the Boss Body UK Calisthenic Workout below.

090515-N-2565P-222 GAUTIER, Miss. (May 15, 2009) Sailors assigned to Pre-Commissioning Unit (PCU) Makin Island (LHD 8) watch students at College Park Elementary play on a $35,000 calisthenics playground. the Sailors built the playground for the school's "Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds" project. The renovation was Makin Island's first community service project since the ship was delivered to the Navy Apr. 16. Makin Island is scheduled to be commissioned in San Diego Oct. 24. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Tiffani Paredes/Released)

Before we have a look at the workout, you need to know that this workout consists for 4 circuits with 7 exercises in. Between each exercise you have 15 seconds rest. At the end of each circuit you get a 1 min 30 second rest. In total the workout should only take about 30 minutes to complete.

Be warned it’s kot for beginners. If you are a beginner, perhaps check out our 12 week challenge HERE.This will get your body ready to start attempting feats like this.

Here’s the workout:

7 Chin Ups, Under hand grip

6 Pull Ups, Over hand grip

15 Push Ups, Try elevating feet to increase intensity.

8 Dips,

10 Leg raises, foot to elbow level, or knee to chest if you can’t perform the aformentioned.

10 Bodyweight Squats, if you are strong enough, try performing single legged pistor squats for a much harder challenge.

10 Australian pull Ups, using a low positioned bar. Allow your feet to rest out in front of you on the floor. Hold your torso straight and use you arms in a rowing motion to pull your body upwards towards the bar.

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After finishing this set, make sure you have a 1 min 30 second rest. Try to control your breathing so you catch your breath faster.

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