Eating disorders like anorexia and bulimia nervosa affect millions of people in the U.S. alone. The South Carolina Department of Mental Health estimates the number to be around 8 million, but the number could be as high as 10 million accordi ...
  Deborah Robinson started to run and fly from the day she was in kindergarten. A self-confessed GI brat, in and out of various cities, she didn’t stop running for a long time.   She couldn't take anything seriously because her family ...
Day 50 of 360 Goblet squat: 9, 7, 5, 3- 3- 3+   Rest as needed between sets. Weight increases each set (denoted by commas between) until 3, and then remains the same (denoted by dashes). Begin at a moderate, challenging weight and end as heavy as ...
  Pelvic pain. A pain in the bottom. Pain “down there” that, unlike other areas, doesn’t seem to have a magic cure (because the Kegels everyone told you would keep everything together don’t seem to be working).   ...
  Most of us have never heard of phosphatidylserine—heck, I'm willing to bet most of us struggle to even pronounce the word. Simply put, it's a phospholipid that contains both amino acids and fatty acids. It's produced by your body ...
  Working in education for the past five years has presented me with a startling realization: we’re failing our youth. We are raising a generation that, in general, has no vision for their children, no idea how to thrive, or what they st ...
  “You need to field better to DH here”   Wait, what?   That was an explanation I had been handed after a full winter of promises, dedication, development. A winter I had spent crushing JV pitching, with four home ...
Day 49 of 360 Pendlay row:   3 x 5 @ 75-80% of 2RM   Rest as needed between sets. If a set requires interruption make as minor a weight adjustment as possible and continue uninterrupted. When scheme is listed as “3 x 5″, it alway ...
Day 1 of 3: Week 1 A1: 5(x5) Strict Press   A2: 5(x5) Front Squat   Work through each set of A1 and A2, resting 2-3 minutes between rounds   Try the DB Goblet Front Squat as a variation.   B: AMRAP in 10 minu ...
Today I want to talk about the importance of your daily practice.   Yes, your strength practice is important. Yes, your conditioning work is important. But there are certain things, day-in and day-out, that make you a better coach and a better person ...
  First off, let’s get one thing out of the way: I hate the word hack. It’s overused, trite, and has been misconstrued into something it was never originally meant to be. Long ago a hack was someone who was fake or produced low-quality w ...
  When it comes to nutrients we consider for peak performance, Boron is far from being one of the more popular ones. In fact, chances are you've never even heard of it. Regardless, you’re in the right place.   In this articl ...
  It's estimated that over 50 million Americans over the age of 50 suffer from low bone mass or osteoporosis. The degenerative condition is highly common among older women. Essentially, it is the result of decreased bone mass, which leads to wea ...
  There’s a health epidemic sweeping our nation. Chances are, you haven't heard of it. It isn’t making any headlines. No, it’s not obesity. It’s not diabetes, or heart disease, or even cancer. The answer? Chronic undereat ...
  It is usually assumed that respiratory muscle performance is ample for most people undertaking endurance sports like cycling. However, studies have shown that in some cases performance can be improved by suitable respiratory training.   In my ...
  You may already know this, and you probably certainly feel it, lower back pain seems to impact 8 out of every 10 people.   If you have lower back pain don't think it has anything to do with your activity levels, either. The affilict ...
Bodyweight exercises can make you big and strong. While typically, bodyweight exercises are equated with higher rep schemes and endurance test - how many push ups can you do unbroken, for example - you can still adopt certain methodologies to enhance musc ...