Science took a look at which genes were affected by meditation and discovered it has previously unknown benefits to our ATP and our insulin function.
It’s finally time to quit messing around and start putting some heavy weight back on the bar. I plan on competing a couple times this summer and want to be ready.
Studies have explored the benefits of strength training for kids, but what makes a child want to be strong? I decided to ask my four-year-old that question, and here's what she said.
Tiffany plays professional baseball on the men's teams. She has persevered because of a love of the game, and driving desire to encourage other women in the game.
The "wall pull" drill will allow you to work on perfecting form in a free-standing handstand and begin to walk out across the floor, but still have the wall close by to start over if needed.
CoQ10, magnesium, phosphatidylserine, vitamin D, and protein - are you taking them? Here's why you need ignore the bad press and start taking these supplements.
New science shows that stress increases risk-taking in men and decreases risk-taking in women. What does this have to do with your workout? Read on to find out.
Anyone who has been a part of a CrossFit box - or any community - knows it's hard to leave. Here's why I made the decision to leave my box and how it's helped me as an athlete.
As we get older, we naturally lose strength and cardiovascular ability, but we do not have to lose flexibility. And being flexible could actually help you live longer.
Although most people understand the relevance of anatomy and physiology, few people understand the process of scientific reasoning that may be the most valuable tool that can be applied to coaching.
Studies have shown massage can lower cortisol levels and increase dopamine and serotonin. In my own quest to heal my adrenal system, I decided to sit down and talk with a massage therapist.
New research shows women with even a mild-to-moderate iodine deficiency risk having children with lower IQs and reading ability.
If your goal is to maximize your endurance for your particular sport or event, then it matters how you set up your intervals when training. Here's how and why.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the 7 most popular articles of the week. This week: cardio, range of motion, coaching advice, Olympic weightlifting, and more!
Jen is a yoga teacher who specializes in instructing other yogis to become teachers. Her life journey has been a literal and figurative one, and from it has sprung both her practice and passion.
The best style of yoga for one person isn't the best for everyone. Willow offers advice on choosing a style of yoga that offers physical and mental challenges for your specific personality.
Nothing captures the intensity or focus of a sport like a good photograph. Here are 8 photo galleries we've featured by photographers who love both the camera and athletics.
If you’re looking for quick soreness and inflammation relief after a workout the Soak Rapid Relief Muscle Spray might be just what you’re seeking.
I pushed myself pretty hard on the squat and deadlift this week, and also worked on chins and arms. I'm seeing some improvement on my bench press and also added some calf training.
These high bar connections redefine the meaning of "grip strength." Watch this short video to see some amazing men's gymnastics work and maybe learn some new gymnastics terminology too.
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