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How it Works

Click a muscle to add it to your workout. Then click New Workout to let the site build a customized workout for you based on the muscles you selected. Refresh the page to start a new workout.

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This is our list of the best equipment that we have found for calisthenics workouts. If you want to boost your workout efficiency, and get our recommendation for the best pull-up bar, checkout this list.

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You Workout Now is a bodyweight based exercise website. We have compiled some of our favorite body weight exercises targeting most of the major muscle groups in the body in order to bring you an easy way to get in shape at home for free.

I find that having access to easy to follow exercises can help a lot with staying motivated to workout. is completely free, requires no expensive equipment and takes less data to load than a video. I truly hope you enjoy the website and I hope it will help you acheive your fitness goals.

Commonly Asked Questions

How often should I workout?

Resting is just as important as working out. When you are first starting to workout it may be tempting exercise every single day in order to build muscle faster, but this is actually counter productive and will slow down your progress. Muscles need time to heal after they have been stressed by working out. When you workout you actually produce micro tears in your muscles which heal quickly making the muscle bigger and stronger.

If you don't give your body time to rest after you workout these tears will have a hard time healing and so your muscles will not get much stronger. Its really up to you how many times a week you workout. Listen to your body, if you are super sore after working out it may be time to take a day or two off from exercise. A good general estimate for a beginner would be to take 3 days off a week from exercise.

What is calisthenics?

Calisthenics is a form of exercise that uses bodyweight to stress muscles instead of weights or machines. Calisthenics can be just as effective as going to the gym if performed properly and is beneficial to your wallet as well because there is no expensive equipment to buy or membership to purchase.

Why choose calisthenics?

Calisthenics can strengthen the entire body in the same way a gym can. You can find workouts on this site that will build every single muscle in your body and provide you with all around balanced strength. Another benifit to calisthenics is that many of the exercises you perform will help not only with strength but also with becoming more in tune with your body. Since you are using your body as the weights, exercises feel more understandable and you will gain a better feel for how your body moves and works.

As mentioned before, one benefit to body weight exercises is that you don't need to buy any expensive equipment to start doing calisthenics, but another benefit is that your body naturally increases the difficulty of your exercises over time. As you build muscle you will get heavier and your muscles will have to work harder to lift yourself!

Will calisthenics make me skinnier?

If you are wondering if bodyweight exercises can help you lose weight the answer is yes. Calisthenics exercises are great for those who want to lose weight. Strength training exercises will help you gain muscle and cardio exercises will help you to burn excess body fat. The combination of these two types of exersie will lead to rapid fat loss and so we recommend combining our strength training workouts with cardio such as running, swimming, or biking.

A list of good calisthenics resources.

For workout videos checkout Chloe Ting. Chloe Ting has become famous in recent times for her difficult at home workouts. These videos are great resources for anyone who wants to get stronger and she also features many great cardio challenges.

For a complete list of workouts checkout ExRx. This site has been around for a long time and has a fantastic library of workout knowledge, its exercise library lists workouts for every single part of the body.

For an awesome fitness forum checkout Reddits r/bodyweightfitness. This subreddit is dedicated to everything calisthenics and they have a large amount of amazingly in depth write ups on all sorts of calisthenics progressions and questions.

For another awesome muscle clicking website checkout musclewiki. Musclewiki also features clickable muscles and they list many exercises that you can do to strengthen individual muscles.