competition

Power jerking might not have a place in competitive weightlifting, but for the general athlete, it might be just what you need to gain a powerful edge.
Our most important lessons don't always come from the young and talented - they come from the ones who have stayed in the game the longest.
Nick shares some valuable insights into training, recovery, and nutrition that will benefit anyone who likes to lift heavy.
Get youth athletes headed in the right direction and keep despair at bay.
When your idea of competitive advantage breaks the rules, it is time to rethink your strategy.
Trust your instincts and identify the warning signs of a coach who is on the wrong track.
Many people will compete in the CrossFit Open, but only a few make it to the Games. So, ask yourself - is your head in line with your goals?
Reverse dieting can help athletes who need to cut weight quickly avoid the post-event slump.
Bob Takano, Greg Everett, and Ursula Garza Papandrea have paved the way for coaches around the world.
The best advice I can give is to have fun and learn from your own performance and from competitors.
This year's season is poised to be an exciting mix of big-name athletes and relative unknowns.
For Tatiana Kashirina and Ilya Ilyin, age, ethnicity, and nationality have no bearing on what they can accomplish.
You could be the strongest person at the event, but if you can’t psych up and down, you might lose.
Let’s take a look at the steps we can take to avoid pain and injury in our BJJ careers.
This week I reflected on my strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats after my last powerlifting meet.
Training is a safe place. But it is only in the deep waters of competition that we can truly learn about ourselves.
My last meet of the year was full of ups and downs, but overall I'm happy with how things went.
I competed at my first tournament as a purple belt on Saturday, and I took second place in the division.