Post-Injury Workout Routine

Post-Injury Workout Routine | ModernCalisthenics.com

For the last 8 months I’ve been dealing with a combination of injuries that pretty much put me out of action entirely. Firstly, an ankle issue stopped me from performing my usual cardio routine and then shoulder bursitis (the inflammation of a small gland in the shoulder) stopped me from doing most bodyweight exercises.

I made some mistakes on my road-to-recovery and experienced a few abortive attempts at working out, generally doing more damage to myself and adding another couple of weeks to my recovery time. It was frustrating and I only had my own impatience to blame.

I’m taking it steady now, building my strength slowly and carefully. My physiotherapist recommended a couple exercises to correct a muscle mismatch in my shoulders (the root cause of the bursitis) and a podiatrist made new insoles for my shoes to rectify the ankle issue. Thanks to their help I’m running again and performing light calisthenics exercises everyday.

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Intense Calisthenics Abs Workout

Frank Medrano Abs Workout Routine | ModernCalisthenics.com

Here are the details of an intense calisthenics abs workout. I class this as intermediate because none of the exercises are particularly difficult, however, the number of repetitions will make this challenging for anyone. This particular workout routine is a intended to be done without breaks between exercises. If done properly, this workout will guarantee strong, balanced abdominal muscles and a solid core.

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Beginners Calisthenics Workout Routine

Basic Calisthenics Workout | ModernCalisthenics.com

Here is a quick guide to a simple calisthenics workout that is suitable for beginners. If you’re new to this style of exercising, this simple workout is a great place to start. It combines some of the most fundamental calisthenics exercises while leaving out the more challenging movements.

Perform the following exercises in the order listed. If you cannot yet mange to perform the quantity suggested then just do as many as you can while performing each one perfectly! Good form is more important than quantity.

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