Foundation Training isn't just some trend in the fitness industry. It is a simple method for relieving pain, improving performance, and preventing injury. Try the Founder movement right now.
Kevin Kearns may seem like a non-stop, East Coast whirlwind, but at heart he's motivated by making a difference. Training fighters might be fun, but stopping obesity is his true mission.
What you do for work affects your fitness, and it should change how you design your workouts. Manual laborers have different needs than sedentary workers when it comes to health.
It's that time of year - when we start eating and don't stop until after the Super Bowl. Let's look at the shocking reality of the caloric content of our favorite holiday foods.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the 7 most popular articles of the week. This week's hot topics: pull-ups, gluten, grappling, the kettlebell snatch, and more!
Although it was written in 2005, this book has a great deal of useful information on nutrition, weight-cutting, and meal planning for grapplers, wrestlers, and MMA fighters.
Our top 10 list of Friday Flicks includes everything from yoga, to Olympic lifting, to obstacle courses, to pole dancing. Which video will top them all? Read on to find out!
You've seen shoes with five toes, now what about socks with five toes? ToeSox offers the latest in foot gear that will aid your performance. Really, your socks can make a difference.
I got in some solid training this week, and noted improvement in several areas - the barbell hip thrusts were heavier this week, and a great bench press session on Thursday as well.
If you were curious how a legendary fighter like Rickson Gracie trained, this video reveals the answer. It may not be what you expect, but it will give you insight to his mind and methods.
Harvest seasons is ending and you still have a pile of zucchini to deal with. Instead of making traditional bread, how about trying these gluten-free chocolate cupcakes? You can freeze them, too!
You know sugar is bad for you, but do you know what excessive sugar intake does to your child? And that it is as powerful as cocaine addition? Find out how sugar affects the brain of your child.
What does the future of fitness hold? Will CrossFit or the Globo-Gyms win out? Will we be swinging from trees doing Primal Move and parkour? Here are my predictions for what's coming for us all.
Is a low-carb or ketogenic diet a good idea for an athlete? Is the version of paleo you are eating considered ketogenic? Find out the pros and cons of eating low carb when it comes to performance.
Looking for a delicious and healthy snack? Squarebar comes in three flavors, which are all vegan, Non-GMO, gluten-free, and delicious.
Along with other amazing female black belts I run the Women's Grappling Camp. It's about bringing jiu jitsu to women, bringing women together, and all of creating something much bigger than ourselves.
Getting a good start can make all the difference, especially in swimming where you have to break into the water, and especially in a sprint. Here are exercises you can do to improve your start.
In Japanese culture there is a concept known as wabi-sabi. It is the appreciation of imperfection. How can the appreciation of imperfection make you a better athlete? Imperfection can empower you.
New research looks at the relationship between blood sugar levels and resistance exercise following a meal. Can lifting weights help diabetics with their blood sugar management? Science says yes.
How long do the effects of strength training last in the elderly after exercise stops? Not very, says a new study. This new research could helps coaches write workouts for their aging clientele.
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