Convict Conditioning Progressions

Convict Conditioning Progressions

Convict Conditioning Progressions

We recently created a whole 6 infograpics showing you the exact progression you need to follow for particular exercises. Just click on each of them to show you the full one.

Other Than that below you have the old compiled version of progressions from the book. Enjoy.

One Arm Push Ups Progression

one arm pushup

one arm pushup

Leg Raises Progression

Leg Raises

Leg Raises

One Arm Pull Up Progression

one arm pull up

one arm pull up

Bridges Progressions

bridge

bridge

One Hand Stand Push Up Progression

one hand stand pushup

one hand stand pushup

One Leg Squat / Pistol Progression

pistol

pistol

Somebody compiled an overview of the Convict Conditioning exercises / program. (found on reddit)

Convict Conditioning Progression

Convict Conditioning Progression

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Convict Conditioning Workout  – Build Strength for Life

Convict Conditioning presents the reader an advanced version of Calisthenics to maximise full body potential to increase strength and flexibility. Calisthenics is not all about cardio paced pull ups, crunches and pull ups as it is misunderstood but is an ancient art of bodyweight training that carves a perfect physique and at the same time developing great strength.

Convict conditioning workout introduces you to the strength for life! Get your copy today and join the revolution for developing great strength and power at your convenience.

By Jeff Cowan

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Jeff Cowan

Professional trainer, ex cross-fitter and a long time calisthenic practitioner. Started with Convict Conditioning and developed levels of strength which led him to street workouts championships. Jeff writes about everything calisthenics focusing on control development, skill progression as well as injuries (as he got a few). He would love to hear from you and answer any questions you might have.

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