Getting stronger and looking better is the dynamic duo of working out. Somewhat of Holy Grail of all forms of exercise, something we all strive to achieve. We may be embarking on that mythical journey of ferocity and shred at a continuous pace. At this stage, we encounter various obstacles. Many such limitations are right at the core of all fitness goals – the gym. But how is this possible? Although it seems like a fitness paradise, the gym may have more downsides than advantages. Expensive memberships, crowded machines and limited working hours – this is the start. To get rid of such occurrences, people decided to hit the bark in parks worldwide. These unique contraptions allow them to perform various forms of body-weight exercises.

Such training is more natural for the needs of our body. Every movement is compound. It adds much more to your functional strength than unnatural gym exercises. Of course, this doesn’t mean that there should be no preparation whatsoever. Body-weight training is a majestic journey that takes you to the brink of your abilities. So, harness the power of your body and put your face off against your own endurance, you will become a better person. As it is with every journey, it’s important to embark on it prepared. To help you set off on your body-weight training journey, we’ve decided to compile a list of tips. With improved training, results will be more visible. With more visible results, you will train even better. It’s a non-vicious vicious circle.

1. Work on your strength

Many people can’t accomplish a single dip or pull up when they start. This is normal, as we all come from different backgrounds. Of course, someone with a past in other sports will have the upper hand. Genetics also play a role, albeit an insignificant one. If you’re not strong the moment you start – don’t worry. In case you can’t do a single dip, try doing push-ups. That way, you can strengthen your triceps. With stronger arms, you ensure an imminent completion of your first dip. Of course, try doing it every workout, until you finally can.