The liver shot is an infamous punch, but what is really happening? How do you execute it and how do you defend against it? Let's look in-depth at this one, brutal punch.
I love when someone comes into my practice after knee surgery. I've been there, too, and I know exactly how to help them get moving and training again in no time.
We've chosen the winners of the Olympic weightlifting photo contest! Check them out here, and find out how to win next month's "crazy workout face" contest - with prizes from Barlean's!
You've seen serious lifters wrap their knees before a back squat. What do these knee wraps actually do? Science takes a look and shows exactly how knee wraps help, or harm.
After reading Andrew's article on how to build muscle in grapplers, a reader has a question - does he really have to use double kettlebells for the routine, or can he get the benefits using one?
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the 7 most popular articles of the week. This week's most popular topics include mature athletes, progress, sandbags, CrossFit, and more!
Duane Stevenson coaches from his crutches and fights from his wheelchair, and he feels like a lucky man. Learn about Duane, his MMA school, and what he really teaches people.
A lot of students ask me how to stretch and strengthen their feet because their job requires them to stand all day long. Learn a series of exercise you can do to release your feet.
You've probably heard about intermittent fasting and BCAAs by now. Here are 8 articles that explain what they are, how they work, and why they work well together.
Zensah comes from the Italian word "senza,"meaning "without." Zensah wants to lead you to performance without limits. Find out what we thought of the compression socks.
Hit some pretty good numbers this week on the dumbbell bench press, hip thrust, squat, and deadlift, and re-introduced military presses as well. Solid week overall.
While most of us would never attempt any of these sports, they certainly are entrancing to watch. Snowboarding, BMX, auto-racing, surfing, and more. You've got to see this one.
Are you a football or hockey player looking to improve conditioning and build strength? You need to check out our free 12-week sport specific workout programs.
An important ratio for a weightlifter to know is the ratio of the snatch to the clean and jerk. I'm going to tell you why it's important and how to make appropriate training adjustments.
The current trend for cross training does nothing to increase game skills unless you are woefully out of shape or nonathletic to begin with. In that case, this article is not for you.
New research tests the recovery and performance of athletes wearing compression gear versus those not wearing gear. Does compression gear make a difference? Science says yes.
"Ignite! Enrichment Through Exercise," by Chris Cooper and Tyler Belanger, presents an innovative approach to learning, based in physical activity and regular movement.
Rami Genauer started off as a regular MMA fan, until he became obsessed. Since there were no fight statistics available he founded FightMetric and now you can know every detail about every fight.
Forget percentages of your 1RM, forget complicated periodization plans - just put more weight on the bar and do more reps. It's that simple. Learn the facts behind progressive strength training.
Doug Hepburn strict pressed 380 pounds back in 1954. He also shared with me his bench press routine, which he says made his press so strong. Read on for a little history and the routine details.
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