My program doesn’t include progressive calisthenics, nor any other training plan for Street Workout moves or hold advanced static exercises.
If you are in a quest to hold a human flag, planche, or front-lever, by all means, don’t buy the eBook. Moreso, I don’t provide progressions for the mighty one-arm pull-ups and balancing a perfect free handstand pushup.
This program is based on simple exercises, and the difficulty lies in frequency, volume, and intensity of the training. I seek muscle fatigue, pain, and building muscular endurance.
Honestly, I can do one-arm pull-ups, hold a lever, walk freely in my hands, and do plenty of flawless muscle-ups. And I achieved all these through my training protocol, which isn’t the fastest way to build this kind of ability. To a certain extent, the program helps you master advanced calisthenics, but it isn’t the focus of it. You may need dedicated training for that.
For instance, inside the eBook, you will find workouts around handstand pushups, but you will support your feet against a wall. The point is to grow stronger and shoulders, not to develop coordination and balance.