Calisthenics, which is another name for bodyweight workouts, has become increasingly popular within the past couple of years.
Not everyone has access to a gym, many people often travel for their jobs, and some just don't want to pay for potentially expensive memberships that gyms charge.
However, you can still build strength and gain muscle with bodyweight workouts.
You just need the proper progression models and workout principles to make consistent progress.
I learned much about fitness and nutrition while I was in college, attending the University of Maryland.
While I was there, I connected with hundreds of students who also used the gym. These students had backgrounds in nutrition science, physical therapy, sports medicine, and exercise science.
I made it a goal for myself to ask others for nutrition or fitness advice every single time I went to the gym.
As I gathered information, I noticed patterns in what worked and what did not.
That is when I realized that much of what the mainstream media teaches about fitness and nutrition is misleading and inaccurate.
It's a vast industry, making it a prime target for the spread of misinformation.
The purpose of my courses and my company is to educate people on how they can easily incorporate fitness and nutrition into their everyday lives.
You don't need to work out every day to make progress, and you don't need to perform hundreds of pushups, crunches, and pullups a day to get in shape.