created in 2012
The official reddit and message board for Steven Low's book: Overcoming Gravity: A Systematic Approach to Gymnastics and Bodyweight Strength (Second Edition)
Bodyweightfitness is for redditors who like to use their own body to train, from the simple pullups, pushups, and squats to the advanced bodyweight movements like the planche, one arm chin-ups, or single leg squats.
Start your fitness journey with our Recommended Routine and wiki.
Get flexible! Share stretching tips, post your goals and progress, and anything else relevant to flexibility/mobility. Whether you're a dancer, martial artist, gymnast, cheerleader, olympic weightlifter or just want to improve your flexibility for health reasons, you're welcome here!
/r/GripTraining is a subreddit for anyone from hardcore grip strength competitors to anyone looking for a stronger pair of mitts or bigger forearms (though the emphasis is on overall grip strength not solely aesthetics).
Post your questions, routines, exercises, reviews of equipment you use, grip accomplishments, technique/training tips, grip sport news, grip videos/articles, etc.
This reddit is a place to learn, teach, and share information on the myriad ways we all work to improve our health and fitness, and achieve our training goals. Primarily aimed at non-beginners, though all are welcome.
A subreddit for general weight training discussion, focused on intermediate level and above in experience and strength, for those ranging from strength sport competitors, sports that benefit from weight training, or weight training enthusiasts.
A subreddit devoted to working out at home.
Weightlifters, strongmen (and women), crossfitters, yogi and anybody just wanting to be fit at home are all welcome.
Created your own piece of fitness equipment? Improvised some common household objects? Share your knowledge! If possible create a simple guide so others can make it too.
Parkour is a discipline with a worldwide community focusing on training to overcome any obstacle within one's path by adapting one's movements and body to the environment. In this subreddit, we discuss training, discipline, and community of parkour, as well as share inspiration in pictures and videos. Freerunning and related disciplines welcome!