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Star Wars Inspired Full Body Calisthenics Workout: The Force

Star Wars inspired full body calisthenics workout

How can we learn to control our mind over movement like the Jedi in the Star Wars universe? This Star Wars inspired full body calisthenics workout will challenge warriors to train in both controlled and powerful movements to improve mind over matter.

Behind the Workout:

This calisthenics workout was inspired by the Jedi warriors that make the Star Wars universe come to life. Most Jedi's are exceptional at using a combination of both physical and mind strength during battle. Jedi's will use their speed, agility and power to maneuver around and execute attacks and use patience to settle the mind, analyze their emotions and plan their next attack. This Star Wars inspired full body calisthenics workout will challenge warriors to execute controlled exercises and finishing with peak power.

Workout Implementation:

To maintain balance between all other training practices, it’s recommended to complete a calisthenics workout at least 3x/week at minimum.

Training Equipment:

Pull up bar

Calisthenics Workout Details:

Complete 10-15 repetitions for each exercise

Complete 3-4 sets for each superset

Rest 60-90 seconds between each superset

The Calisthenics Workout:

Superset 1: Negative pull ups + squat hold jump

Superset 2: Extended press ups + pistol squat

Superset 3: Australian rows + power lunges

Exercise Alternatives:

If regression is required or if equipment is limited, below are exercise alternatives.

Squat hold jump > Squat + calf raise

Extended press up > push up with arm walkouts

Pistol squat > supported pistol squat

Power lunges > reverse lunge single knee raise

Australian rows > Plank back rows

Star Wars inspired full body calisthenics workout

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