Throughout the fitness world there is heavy focus on major sports such as football, basketball, baseball, tennis, and soccer; however, the calisthenics industry does not receive much exposure because it is labeled as a “street workout,” even though this sports form deserves more credit than given. With my project, I am looking to uplift the culture of calisthenics and provide fitness solutions through instructional videos that range from beginner to advanced levels. These videos will demonstrate movements of the sport itself and how they can be performed. The setting of these videos will occur in places where minimum equipment is required, to demonstrate how anyone can participate, and can use ordinary devices to develop a workout routine. Whether you are a beginner in the field, or a fitness enthusiast, a common, and rather large problem you may face is figuring out what body group and what routine to commit to for the day. My solution is a coded website that features both a desktop, as well as mobile view option that randomizes fitness videos from a collection, that are grouped into boxes listed as: upper body, mid section, and lower body. The interactive aspect of the website allows for the user to hover over one of the boxes that then displays a systematic routine from the video selection for the selected body group that day. On each new day a user logs onto the site, videos from the collection are randomized to reveal a new sequenced routine in the boxes. This will enable one to optimize their results, while simultaneously not getting bored from repetition. During this unprecedented time, many people have unexpectedly lost access to tools that enable them to complete routines designed for their individual goals. With my approach in designing fitness videos, it will allow for individuals to adapt to a changed environment, and in longevity can be a tool of reference in order to advance their level of fitness.