Filming, documenting one’s own and others’ practices, is fundamentally important in calisthenics/street workout, and I will address this in two short movies. This first one documents a professional documenter. Rain Bennett is currently producing the documentary “Raise Up: The World
Street Workout? Freestyle Calisthenics? “Ghetto” Workout? Natural Movements? What are we talking about?
In this video, some key people from NYC tell us about the terminology they prefer to speak about their art of training. And they tell us about the terminology they reject (ft. Ed Barstarzz, Al Kavadlo, Dr Good Body of
This is it! Rick, Jude, Marco and Mark of the Bar-Barians talk about the creation of their team, and the worldwide success of their requirements. The workout footage was done at East River Park (NYC); it was totally improvised and
What should be taken into consideration for judging street workout / freestyle calisthenics competitions? Which skills should be valued? Where is this sport going? Should it go mainstream or stay underground? What is the future of Barstarzz? Why was it
In this interview, Dr Good Bood of the Bartendaz is speaking about how and why he engaged in research about body mechanics, health and life in general. He also explains how he met GIANT and the Bartendaz in this process
Are you focused on goals, on results, or are you just trying to enjoy the path? In this dialogue, Al Kavadlo, major figure of NYC calisthenics training, speaks about his journey and his philosophy.
How is calisthenics / street workout learned and taught? More broadly, to what extent can it help educating people and increase their interest for exercising? I asked Drew from Pasadena, ruleR and Instructor from Street-workout.com (Switzerland) and Hov, Nik and Roynell