It seems like it’s going to take me a really long time to achieve the Big Six. How can I stay motivated to continue with the Convict Conditioning program? It’s true. Convict Conditioning isn’t a fly-by-night workout program like
You can certainly develop solid skills and incredible strength on your own, but what if you had the chance to train face-to-face with some of Convict Conditioning’s most storied strongmen? Chances are pretty good that working with a seasoned veteran
Al Kavadlo books – your arsenal for an incredible body! Al Kavadlo is probably the biggest promoter of Convict Conditioning. Not only incredible athlete but also author of a few books. He lives and breathes the philosophy of Convict Conditioning and
And we have a new incredible book from Coach Paul Wade C-MAS. Calisthenics Mass: How To Maximize Muscle Growth Using Bodyweight-Only Training – sounds promising ha? And it is indeed incredible. This book is all about adding mass. Here are
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
The central question behind any workout plan is this: What do you want out of your training? Is your goal to gain muscle mass and definition? Perhaps you’re mainly looking to lose some stubborn body fat and hope Convict Conditioning
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.