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Celebrities are Hitting Their Goal With Calisthenics
Fitness trainer Hit Richards welcomes Chad Ochocinco to his roster
While training his clients, Hit focuses on core workout routines comprised mainly of calisthenics. Hit believes that calisthenics is the best way to naturally build strength and to safely test your limit. Hit says, "I’ve trained many people who were slaves to the gym but could not lift their own body weight. I believe calisthenics is the best way to see results and to develop your inner strength.”
Widely known for his human flag pose, Hit has become an International phenomenon - spawning a movement throughout Europe. In June of 2012, Hit participated in the Workout Fest as a judge of the first calisthenics competition in Ukraine.
Through the years, Hit shared his expertise training various celebrities including hip hop artist Busta Rhymes with the same mission in mind - to develop strength versus muscle. This model has placed Hit in high demand over his counterpart trainers in the fitness industry.
About Hit Richards
Hit Richards of Calisthenics Kingz, holds 15 international certificates for fitness training, including: I.F.P.A Personal Fitness Trainer, I.F.P.A Prenatal Fitness and Exercise, I.F.P.A Women's Fitness Program Design and I.F.P.A Beginning Strength Training for Kids.
With a strict calisthenics workout of natural body weight exercises, Hit provides a thorough demonstration of his routine on his fitness DVD’s Boot Camp Basics, Above & Beyond the Bar, Killer Abs 1, 2 & 3, and Chiseled in 30.
With phenomenal international and domestic response to his fitness DVD’s, Hit has managed to single handedly increase the popularity of calisthenics. As the face of calisthenics, Hit has been featured in Exercise for Men, New York Daily News, Inside Edition and News 12.
For more information about Hit Richards and Calisthenics Kingz, please visit www.CalisthenicsKingz.net.