Checking Out : The Strength Calisthenics Certification (SCC)

This sounds fantastic.


This sounds fantastic.

A stripped-down version of the 3-day PCC we looked at a while ago, the Strength Calisthenics Certification (SCC) sounds like the ideal introduction to the world of progressive calisthenics work.

Full details over on the Dragon Door page, but briefly; the course covers cornerstone movements such as push-ups, pull-ups, squats and bridges - in an intensive, 1-day seminar. Perfect.



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