Calisthenics = Aesthetics!

Calisthenics = Aesthetics!

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by focusing on calisthenics you're bound to get aesthetic physique this video will prove why first thing i'll mention is that bodyweight training is all about the basics whether you're new or advanced doesn't matter we're all doing similar exercises push-ups dips pull-ups inverter rows maybe including some rings and little accessories to isolate some muscle groups point is the path is very clear-cut you know exactly what needs to be done
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and what changes with experience is the volume repetitions and of course progressions but the basics always remain and that's why you never spin your wheels whereas in the lifting community 90 are novices for life and one of the main reasons for that is due to all the confusion in the online fitness space so many programs a variety of different machines and even the free weighted stuff you'd be surprised what some creative trainers are recommending
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so what we end up with is a cluster of exercises many of which are either unproductive or simply get people away from what they should actually be focusing on so you'll often see novices following a five day body part split even though their squad is only 135 pounds they'd be better off doing full body workouts three times a week trying to induce linear progression and then maybe adding in a little accessory at the end to correct weak points that may potentially arise from minimalism but
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usually guys train with too much volume incorporate way too many exercises and don't try to get stronger at what really matters whereas body weight training is literally the complete opposite on every possible scale if you can do 25 push-ups you work up to doing 50 in a set if you're getting three sets of five on a pull-up now you train so that you can do three sets of eight to twelve then you start incorporating the isometrics you change your tempo a little bit you start adding in an additional vertical pull not just
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one you take your 15 down dip workout to 20 down your 25 down push-up workout to 30 down you go from doing a regular push-up to a diamond push-up next thing you know you're elevating your feet every little progression makes sense and you know when you're ready it's not based off the one where max in most cases unless talking about skill work it's just do a lot of volume hard work no excuses and progressively get a little bit stronger and day by day while increasing the
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variety and difficulty of the movements how complicated is that it's not which is why you don't get paralysis by analysis and so when you consistently train like this for a good one to two years what do you think happens the ascetic physique comes out not to mention the amazing work capacity benefits as well as having your base be established on all the major movement patterns and might i say you'll be decently strong on weights too or if you transition into it
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it'll be that much easier than the guy who didn't do calisthenics the most important thing is not spinning your wheels you need to have a clear direction and that's what makes bodyweight training so special most people end up doing things right and when it eventually gets to that point where you might do well with weighted calisthenics or you need a bit more fine tuning to your program the base level of size and performance has already been established whereas many novices in the gym are already looking for advanced solutions to their problems
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when really all they had to do was get stronger at the most basic compound movements of all time that's it so you see the difference here in psychology and how the starting point is vastly different at the same time when you do get to the intermediate status of calisthenics by that point you'll usually have that aesthetic physique regardless and most notably in three areas that everyone wants pecs since the push-ups and dips are
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really effective for that back since you're not neglecting one of the best vertical poles your pull-ups chin-ups etc and then the abs because to optimize calisthenics performance you're going to be in a leaner state as well as the workouts themselves burning a lot of calories we're doing a lot of pumping the rest intervals tend to be on the shorter side as well and if we mix in some conditioning drills like doing a lot of burpees that's great or just going back to back circuit training style
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you get really fit with this type of training and the incentive is to remain lean and you don't necessarily have to bulk as hard plus the frequency of your training can be upped you might be in there every other day so the fact that we're so physically active increases our tdee and since it's so easy to recon starting off you can see why someone would look pretty damn good after a year or two of training in this way they've gained a decent amount of muscle at least 10 pounds
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in most cases and now they have the cuts to show for it so you don't have to be the biggest guy as long as you have muscle in the right spots just like i'm always saying in my natural enhanced philosophy the neck traps upper back shoulders forms and glutes and this way by selectively targeting certain regions you can end up with a more mass monster type look or being super acidic like in the case of calisthenics they may not be as big as bodybuilders that is correct but the muscles that are developed are
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the ones that make you look good in unflexed state at the beach when you got the shirt off its aesthetics 101 and i think that's why so many people resonate with the gymnast type of look as opposed to being an ifbb pro on stage both are at the elite level but who would you rather look like all right homies those are the major observations i wanted to point out i'm not suggesting that calisthenics is superior to weight training in fact i recommend including both as well as doing weighted calisthenics for the best
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results and if you want another video on that let me know so all i'm talking about today is that there are many factors of body weight training that make it that much easier to be aesthetic there's a high correlation and it's not by coincidence i'm sure understand that a lot more clearly now so hope you guys enjoyed the video give me your feedback in the comment section what's your experience been with calisthenics did you look your best when doing a lot of it or did weight training suit you more what about mixing it all in i'd love to hear your feedback and i'll see in the next video

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