PCC Sweden

The Progressive Calisthenics Certification made its European debut last weekend in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Over 60 calisthenics enthusiasts from half a dozen different countries showed up for a 3-day crash course in calisthenics and a chance to take on The Century to earn the title of PCC Instructor.

The event was Dragon Door’s best-attended European certification in the company’s thirteen-year history of producing fitness workshops.

This workshop also featured the debut of our indoor scaffolding set-up, which allows for a one-of-a-kind calisthenics “Street Workout” style experience.

The good vibes and mutual inspiration were at an all-time high. Every single attendee set new personal achievements and perhaps more importantly, we all had a great time and made new friends along the way! Thank you to Fredrik Högström for helping organize this amazing event.

When I first began my website and Youtube channel just over 4 years ago, I never would have dreamed something like this could be possible.

It’s been a pleasure and a blessing to connect with so many amazing people and we are still just getting started! Click the link for a list of all my upcoming workshops.

One more thing! If you haven’t been following my Youtube channel, make sure you subscribe so you can continue to get videos like the new “Ask Al” series seen below.

14 thoughts on “PCC Sweden

  • By dannykavadlo -

    Best Ask Al ever! Nice!

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Thanks, Danny!

  • By Markus Tullius -

    Thanks to John, Al, Danny, Adrienne and also Fredrik for the great time in Gotheburg

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Thanks to you too, Markus!

  • By Sebastian Müller -

    Hi Al, it was a extraordinary weekend with you and the other instructors and participants!
    My motivation is still huge and the first PCC style workouts are already done​​. 🙂
    Thanks again for the great time.
    Greetings, Sebastian

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Thanks, Sebastian! Love that photo!

  • By dhairya -

    Hi Al, your work is gr8., My anterior chain is generally well flexible from shoulders to abs to hip-flexors and even the thighs are well flexible.. But the problem is that My posterior chain is well tight and inflexible from upperback to lowerback to glutes and the main– Hamstrings. I can even touch my toes whether standing or sitting but it helps me none and even damages my lower back. Do you have any solution for this?..

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Stretch those hamstrings, dhairya!

      If you want more specific advice, I’ve got a new book that is all about flexibility/mobility that will be out in January. I’m going to keep you in suspense til then!

  • By Adrienne Harvey -

    It was an honor to teach there with you!!! 🙂

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Thanks, Adrienne! Proud to have you as part of the team!

  • By Jason Ahipene -

    Hi Al the setup looks awesome, is that what we will be using at the PCC in Melbourne next year?

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      I’m not sure, but hopefully we will have a similar set-up for Australia.

  • By Joseph Wills -

    I’m glad that there is finally a certification for Progressive Calisthenics. Will check this out whenever there is a workshop in Atlanta,GA.

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Thanks for the comment, Joseph! Hope to see you at a future PCC event!

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