Yes! A thousand times YES!

If you are dealing with an old injury, this is a perfect way to get back on track. As many of you know, calisthenics saved my life when I was injured and forced to give up weight lifting (which I’m now thankful for).

If you’re injured all you have you to do inside the Calisthenics Fundamentals Video Course is find the exercise on each progression that you can do PAIN-FREE.

If you’re used to doing diamond pushups you may end up moving all the way back to standing wall push ups. And that’s perfectly okay.

Calisthenics is very gentle and you can start from the easiest progressions like wall pulls, and build your way up. It conditions the nervous syste, not only strengthening your muscles but everything around them like joints, ligaments, etc.

If you need any specific recommendations simply ask in the community and we will help you out as much as we can.

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