I Literally Wrote the Book on Calisthenics

Calis Codex cover final for webMy newest eBook The Calisthenics Codex is now available everywhere, and I’m proud to say that it’s already one of the most popular books on the subject.  It’s at #2 at Barnes & Noble and #1 on Kobo and Smashwords.

Pre-order is now over, but the price hasn’t yet gone up.  You can still get it at half price ($2.49), but that won’t last long.  It’ll be 4.99 soon.

This baby took over a year to get to market, and there’s lots of love, sweat and tears inside this digital beauty.  You’ll get plenty of bang for your buck, I guarantee it.

Go get some.

About the The Calisthenics Codex:

“The Calisthenics Codex” features 50 calisthenics, each fully explained, illustrated with photos, and arranged into lists that target your interests and fitness level. Choose one of 12 different workout types and then select exercises from 26 groupings like “Gym Class Flashback”, “Steampunk Nightmare”, and “Self Destruct Sequence” to create workouts that suit your goals, interests, and fitness level. The possibilities are virtually endless.

Beginners get started right, with easy calisthenics such as Front Planks, Dirty Dogs and Lunges, and learn how to warm up, cool down, and stretch. Advanced players are presented with brutal exercises like Barrel Roll Push-ups, Hindu Squats, and Bodybuilders, and face tough challenges like “Gut Check” and “Death March.”

And as an added bonus, you’ll find out how to complete any workout and get your name in the Calisthenics Codex Hall of Fame!

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