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  • The Ultimate Training Guide to Bodyweight and Street Workout.
  • By: Brandon Medrano
  • Narrated by: Daniel Perez
  • Length: 4 hrs and 17 mins
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Calisthenics for Beginners

By: Brandon Medrano
Narrated by: Daniel Perez
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Summary

Bored by the same old gym workout? Are you looking for something different and extremely effective to speed up the body's metabolism, help tone the entire body and strength the muscles and tendons? Keep reading...

...and discover Calisthenics, the the world's most effective training system.

Here are some benefits of Calisthenics:

  • Fat loss
  • Minimize injuries to joints, ligaments, and tendons
  • Increase strength
  • Exercise anywhere, anytime
  • Cost free
  • No need for Gym Memberships or expensive equipments or machines

The word calisthenics comes from ancient Greek. It was created by adding together “kálos”, which means “beauty”, and “sthénos”, which means “strength”. It can be closely translated as a beauty of strength.

So, calisthenics is the art of generating strength, flexibility, and endurance. This is done by using only your own bodyweight through basic fundamental exercises such as squats, push-ups, squats, planks, pull-ups, dips, leg raises, and so on. 

Calisthenics is one of those activities or hobbies that is on the rise now and recently it gained more momentum thanks to growing interest in street workout. 

In general, calisthenics workout programs such as the ones you find inside “Calisthenics for beginners” develop muscle endurance. There are few occasions, however, when calisthenics workout programs develop muscle strength:

  • Bodyweight calisthenics could be done anywhere - You do not require expensive gym memberships or expensive equipment to profit from bodyweight calisthenics...You've got all you want right here and now.
  • Bodyweight calisthenics are your fantastic place to get started - If you're just beginning a physical fitness training program...Bodyweight calisthenics would be the ideal place to get started.
  • Bodyweight calisthenics could be adapted for almost any fitness level - There are lots of variants to bodyweight calisthenics exercises...Providing you with the capacity to make them harder or easier. That is the reason why they are excellent for beginners in addition to experienced fitness fans.
  • Bodyweight calisthenics train natural body functions - Frequently, resistance training methods don't directly enhance movement patterns which are obviously utilized in everyday life...However, this isn't true with bodyweight calisthenics.
  • Bodyweight calisthenics can boost immune strength, power and endurance - Depending on the exercises utilized, the repetitions and sets and also the intensity...You can effectively target strength, endurance and power independently or collectively.

Discover the truth approach to Calisthenics and become more strong, more confident and better you for less than a single session of personal training - join the challenge by getting this audiobook.

©2019 Brandon Medrano (P)2020 Brandon Medrano

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awful quality

As if windows Sam is reading it with no context and no punctuation.

Do not recommend, even if the book is good you cannot listen to it this way, a child learning to read would sound better.

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  • charles conner
  • 08-07-22

Horribly Tedious

Sounds like a computer narrated this book. I found it very hard to follow. I feel the information contained, could be helpful and informative. But the narration , was horrible. Pauses in the wrong place, mispronouncing words ( ab workout as A B workout). Disappointing

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  • Jennifer Anderson
  • 06-04-22

Irritating

If you don’t like listening to a robot, please don’t get this audio book. I wanted to pull my hair out. I lasted a few minutes. Had to delete!!

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  • Dylan Kilgore
  • 18-12-21

Awful Narration

I couldn’t listen very long. The narration is awful and clearly not a human. There is audio skipping, words and phrases repeated back to back and other random words sporadically thrown in throughout.
I regret spending one of my credits on this.

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  • Richard
  • 11-04-21

Horrible translation!

The audio on this book is terrible. The information is great, but the voice is bad!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 23-02-21

lost

I was lost sometimes. the reader was confusing me. almost like this book was in a different language..

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  • Tyrone Peterson
  • 22-10-20

Did not enjoy the book

Just not what I expected. I didn’t need a history lesson. I wouldn’t recommend this book at all.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 17-09-20

Almost impossible to listen to

I'm pretty sure this read by some type of program. It's written in a confusing way.

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  • Kathrine A Gold
  • 12-05-20

not good

It was difficult to listen to. The recording sounded like it was stuttering at the beginning of each section. Because I purchased it,... will keep trying to listen to it.

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  • Sonya
  • 18-02-20

Loved it

This book is very informative. That info has helped me immensely to know when to continue training and when to back off a little.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 13-02-20

Great book

Even if the book is too big so little bit difficult to listen without a table or desk, the material is well organized and clear. Helped me to understand basics of body weight training I did not know before. I like it so much. Great book.