I've been doing various calisthenics activities for a while, and i just found SimpleFit which is pretty much what i've already had in my workout routine - only SF is performed in circuit style where i've been doing the classic 3x set-based workouts.
I'm a little confused about the later levels though, i started at level 1 to see where i would land, and at 30+ rounds plus the third day in under 3 minutes has me thinking i'll move up a little. However, if i'm always supposed to complete the third day workout in under 5 minutes in order to "level up" my math says i'm going to have to sacrifice form and technique in favor of speed at around level 4 or 5. I simply cannot see how it would be possible to perform 26 pullups, 51 pushups and 51 squats with GOOD technique, in GOOD form, in under 5 minutes even for a very fit person.
I absolutely detest swinging pullups where you use the momentum of your lower body to crank another rep, and i always do pushups slow and steady with 2 seconds up, 2 seconds down. This means 4 seconds per rep. Same for squats, especially if i'm doing them with added weight or practicing for pistol squats.
How does this 5 minute logic work at higher levels while maintaining good form? Anybody been there?