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The definitive guide to home bodyweight workouts.
Having a lack of training devices should not preclude you from obtaining a productive workout.
In my experience of training this special population, certain considerations must be taken into account in the weight room.
Handstands are doable, but not easy - the only way you’ll get better at them is to keep trying.
If you work hard, you can still go achieve your goals, even with minimal equipment.
Master your bodyweight control by learning how to create maximum muscular tension.
"I'm too busy right now." We've all said it before. Here's how to avoid making it a habit.
The yogis say you’re only as old as your spine. Follow this simple session and you’ll quickly agree with them.
Whether you are stuck at work or just got home from a long day, these movements are a great addition to your daily agenda to help keep you active and strong.
Programming for yourself isn’t necessarily easy, but it’s not rocket science either. Here's my advice.
No need for crazy workouts - all it takes is a positive attitude and some minimal equipment to build strength that will last you a lifetime.
This easy at-home workout will help you gain strength and lose fat.
You’ll be able to run more, experience fewer overuse injuries, and race faster. And who doesn’t want that?
As you continue on your meditation journey, here are some tools which will help you to practice regularly.
In this video, Ben demonstrates how you can make, and use, a homemade ab wheel or ab roller for core strengthening.
If you don’t have time to make it to a yoga class, then doing a home yoga practice is your best option, and it will only take you twenty minutes. Here's how to do it.
Lauren makes it clear from the start that the final volume of her kettlebell DVDs is a challenging workout, and she’s right. Volume 3 uses TRX and kettlebells to complete the series.