Full Name: Anthony Jimenz
Nickname: Niroc
Age: 38
Country: Brooklyn, NY (United States)

Facebook (fan page or profile):
Instagram: niroc75
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Time doing street workout: 6 years
Team: No team (my choice)


How did you get involved in the street workout world?
About 5-6 years ago i came across Bartendaz, Bar-barians videos on youtube.

Why did you choose to practice street workout?
I gotta admit i was very impressed with what I’ve seen on youtube so i gave it a shot and i seen that it was a challenge and fell in love with it.The best feeling in the world was that 1st Muscle up.

How is street workout reflected in your life?
So from the moment i started (5-6 years ago) I’ve been doing it just about on a daily basics till this day. I’ve pretty much eliminated weights and adopted this form off fitness.

What are your short term, mid term and long term goals with street workout?
My goals to accomplish in this lifestyle is to perfect the numerous bodyweight exercises in excellentt form! And basically motivate as much people as possible.

How many times do you workout during the week?
I workout on a daily basics.

Do you have any specific workout plan or you just improvise and do your thing?
I pretty much have no plan at all when i workout i just pretty much do what i feel like doing. Freestyle i guess, no sets or anything like that.

Which would be the most complex move you achieved (tell us about the process it took you, to achieve it)?
I would say handstands on a straight bar was the most challenging move for me. It’s not something you get in one workout, its relentless practice! Till this day theres still sometimes that i struggle with it! But all that hard work pays off cause I’m definitely confident!

Which would be the best experience you had doing street workout?
I would say being the 1st bar athlete to do the 360 muscle up and also going to russia and doing a set with a blindfold on which was a handstand on the straight bar and a 360 muscle up!

What inspire or motivate you to keep on doing street workout?
What inspires me is the challenge aspect of it all. It aces hard work and dedication to master all these moves you can do like handstands (clean) muscle ups, planche levers, one arm pull-ups and so forth.

Which would be the worst experience you had doing street workout?
The worst experience i guess is dealing with the injuries. 1 injury for example is when i slipped off the bar and landed on the back off my head and was pretty much unconscious.

What do you expect from the street workout community in the next couple of years?
I’ve noticed its gone viral.It’s huge now, world wide! I see this community getting tv exposure and endorsement/sponsors getting involved.

Can you give an advise for all the people that would like to start doing street workout?
Advise is to not get intimidated and stay patient with the basics. Once you master the basics then you will have the strength to take it a step higher! But keep in mind QUALITY OVER QUANTITY!

Share some words to inspire the community:
<<Like i mentioned before, do not be intimidated with calisthenics and have patience. You will see that it pays off, but you have to want it! And keep your eyes open for the niroc bar belt!>>

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