Vitamin B5, also called pantothenic acid, is the fourth of eight B vitamins. It is essential for the creation of fats in the body, which is a good thing.
It happens to all of us. We all have bad days in the gym. How do we deal with a bad training session? What makes training good or bad? Let's take a more detailed look.
Variable resistance training is what you see when a lifter adds elastic bands or chains to a lift. Science takes a look at its effectiveness and the role it plays in power development.
The heaving snatch balance improves mechanics for the top and bottom of the snatch and also develops the muscles in the calves and torso.
Shortly after I started CrossFit, I decided to stop avoiding pain during workouts and take myself to my limit. After that everything improved. It all reminds me of a Star Trek episode I saw once.
We've all felt great one day and then sucked the next, and peaking for competition is one of the most challenging things in training. Here are aspects of recovery you may not have considered.
You may find your body and injuries just don't agree with the barbell anymore. The double kettlebell clean is a perfect place to start using kettlebells to replace the bar.
The height to which you pull the bar when performing Olympic lifts reveals some interesting information about your training and your ability. Learn how to measure it and how it applies to your goals.
Creatine is one of the best and most basic supplements you can take, but some worry about it's long-term effects on the kidneys. New research gives creatine the green light.
I’ve tried other greens products that smelled and tasted awful, but it turns out drinking Warrior Green is like having a treat. A super nutritious treat.
We'll be talking all things training and nutrition with featured coach and author Nia Shanks. Learn how to join in the conversation and win a copy of her program "Sane and Simple Nutrition!"
There is a lot more to learn from great athletes of many years ago. If you take just a few ideas from them regarding strength and training, you too should be able to become as strong.
It's springtime and for a lot of people that means time for gardening. If you're an athlete, here are four plants that need to be in your garden.
In this video we're focusing on increasing mobility in the overhead position and Olympian Holley Mangold helps us demonstrate the drills.
Building strength and size while simultaneously developing endurance is tough. Science compared different ratios of strength vs. endurance training and how they impacted each other.
Exercise recovery heart rate is one of the biggest predictors of cardiovascular health. Using heart rate interval training can help you get lean and live longer.
As a coach, you likely have a multitude of plaques on your walls displaying a variety of certifications - but those do not make you a great coach. To be a great coach you must inspire me.
Whether you just want to be faster in your next obstacle race or are more serious about practicing parkour, there are a few basic vaults that must be in your skill set.
Whether you're an Olympic lifter, a CrossFitter, or any other type of athlete training the Olympic lifts, there are some important rules you need to obey when stepping on the platform.
“Um, why would I want to lift like a girl?” he asked with a smirk while pointing at my T-shirt that had “Lift Like a Girl” on the front. “Because I’m stronger than you,” I happily responded.
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