Reps beat Talent was a limited edition collection from GORNATION. The saying "Reps beat Talent" represents the ambition and perseverance that calisthenics athletes display. Never letting anything get you down, giving it your all, and working on the best version of yourself every day are very important characteristics. Athletes from all over the world live by this motto, and GORNATION is proud to have created this collection. The Reps beat Talent collection is no longer available, but the saying will never lose its value. Repetitions will beat Talent in the long run if Talent doesn't work hard.
Further down in this blog, you will find some of the strongest athletes in calisthenics who love this saying and showcase their ambition to the outside world with the Reps Beat Talent collection.
If your goal is to integrate statics and dynamics into your training, freestyle calisthenics is the right place for you. In freestyle calisthenics, there is no end to an athlete's creativity. It is about combining different skills in the area of statics and dynamics. Many athletes create their own style and use different variations of skills, which results in new combinations.
Statics are "strength moves" where you put your body in a certain position and hold it. Very well known statics are human flag, planche, front lever or back lever. A high degree of maximum strength and body tension is needed to hold the body in such positions. If you are interested in pure power and are not the friend of momentum and dynamic rotation, statics are exactly the right thing for you.
If you're a big fan of basic exercises like pull-ups, push-ups, dips or squats, the weighted calisthenics section is for you. In weighted calisthenics, also called "Streetlifting", exercises like pull-ups, dips or squats are performed with additional weight. This allows you to benefit from strength growth in the area of maximum strength.