Calisthenics are a form of training designed to offer the resistance to your muscle strength and endurance by using your body weight and gravity instead of using external equipment like barbells to provide resistance, and it has been existing since Ancient Greece. Nowadays almost all of its training movements derive from these bodyweight exercises, and many of them can be regarded as calisthenics with barbells and dumbbells.
But whatever the workout you are going to try, the key factor is to understand your physical condition and set your personal training goal. To start any workout can be intimidating, so here are some basic calisthenic workouts for beginners.
As a beginner of calisthenics, there is no need for you to rush into the most complicated workout that you can find. It would be better if you spend some time starting from some basic, but effective squats because it will allow your body to get used to this new training. To start a squat, you can simply put your feet within shoulder-width apart, and then lower your body down slowly while keeping your back straight and your hips pushed back until your upper knees are in line with the floor. Finally go back up to your starting position and repeat.