We’ve all been there, and if you haven’t, you will. I’m talking about failure, or the inability to squeeze out just one more rep. We might kid ourselves for a little bit and say, “OK, so my chin didn’t QUITE
I’m guessing you’re reading this post because you’re attracted to Convict Conditioning’s simple philosophies on how to get in the best shape of your life. You’re a “back to basics” sort of person whose goal is to gain a naturally
If you’re been munching on potato chips, soft drinks, and other junk watching late-night TV infomercials of all those fly-by-night fitness products and programs, you’ve probably seen some ripped dude hammering out pull-ups about as easy as popping another chip
Make no mistake. The One-Arm Handstand Push-Up is possible. But it even took the mastermind behind Convict Conditioning years to master. Paul Wade spent 19 years in prison, and early on set out to develop superhuman strength through bodyweight training.
What are some ways I can improve my Crow Stand? If you’re new to Convict Conditioning, you’re probably like most of us who still marvel at the level of strength Paul Wade was able to achieve. But his level of
Who would’ve thought that a major sticking point for CC practitioners could happen so early on during training? I’m talking, of course, about step 2 of the pull-up routine, or what perhaps some of you might think of as
So you’ve started Convict Conditioning and feel well on your way to making impressive strength, mobility and even cardio gains – congratulations! Perhaps you dove right into the workouts, feeling excited about Coach Paul Wade’s promise that these bodyweight workouts
As home exercise programs become more and more popular, the availability of home exercise equipment grows along with it. From push-up stands to grip training devices to an endless assortment of ab workout machines, it’s easy for the average person