Calisthenics is made up of the Greek words "kalos=beautiful" and "sthenos=strength". The sport originated in its current form at the beginning of the 21st century in New York. The often rhythmic forms of movement are characterised by strength, flexibility and body control.

Typical training equipment includes chin-up bars, parallel bars and hanging sections. Weights are not required. Only one's own body weight is used as resistance. Calisthenics is impressive to watch - from simple elements to the highest levels of difficulty. The aim is to make the movements of the strength exercises look as aesthetic as possible.

You can train calisthenics around the clock, 7 days a week, at Station 3 of the Campusleticsparcours (next to Building 52).


Courses and Registration

Monday 18:00 to 19:30 at Cali-Park (Campus KL)

Wednesday 18:00 to 19:30 at Cali-Park (Campus KL)

Can also be used 24/7 without a course

Sports Schedule

Access authorisation

Register via course time above