| Calisthenics and Street Workout Interviews

HIS PLANCHE JOURNEY & WORKOUT ADVICE | Interview with Kay-P Cruz | Athlete Insider Podcast #61

December 23, 2021 36 min read

In this interview we are talking about the importance of a strong training mindset. Also Kay-P is delivering valuable tips on how to improve your planche and strength in general.

STRADDLE PLANCHE AFTER 1,5 YEARS | Interview with Lena Limoli | Athlete Insider Podcast #60

December 06, 2021 36 min read

WORLD CHAMPION AFTER 2.5 YEARS | Interview with Daniel Hristov | Athlete Insider Podcast #59

October 21, 2021 18 min read

THE MAN IN THE BLUE SHORTS | Interview with El Eggs from Cali Move | Athlete Insider Podcast #58

October 14, 2021 37 min read

DENIS PICCOLO | Progress in Statics & Strength | Interview | The Athlete Insider Podcast #57

September 13, 2021 53 min read

NIK TIBUSEK | Weighted Calisthenics, Statics & Deloads | Interview | The Athlete Insider Podcast #56

August 19, 2021 44 min read

DANIEL "FITNESSFAQS" | Training Methods & Insights | Interview | The Athlete Insider Podcast #55

August 04, 2021 49 min read

The Story of Viktor Kamenov (viktor_kamenov) | His Planche Training & Advice

July 09, 2021 5 min read

Kamenov started calisthenics after being inspired through athletes on YouTube. His biggest influencer back in the days was Hannibal for King. He wanted to do a similar thing since he was already motivated since gymnastics intrigued him. Another big motivational factor was his uncle, who is 52 years old and never complains about working out.

The Story of Dejan Stipke Stipić (iamstipke) | The Champion's Journey

July 08, 2021 4 min read

Dejan Stipic Stipke has practiced a lot of different sports throughout the years. His sportive career started when he was 6 years old as a gymnastics athlete until he was 18 years old. During this time he developed himself as a gymnastic representative of Serbia and participated in multiple competitions.

The Story of Mathew Zlat (mathewzlat) | How to do 195kg Dips and 125kg Pull Ups

July 07, 2021 4 min read

Mathew Zlat started his training back in 2012. First, he started to see how strong he was and was only able to do 15 push-ups. He was disappointed, and a family member found a strength trainer for him, and he noticed that he progressed really quickly.

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