martial arts

Become a better student and a better coach by adding something completely different to your training.
Learn how to breath deeply for health, meditation, and exercise.
Master your muscle control with slow and intense movement.
Does your fitness program include navigation, food preparation instruction, hostage simulation, and wilderness survival skills?
Exercise doesn't always equal movement.
Developing perseverance in crisis requires training and the willingness to face fear.
How can you increase the strength of your movements without ever touching a barbell?
Be a force for good in your jiu jitsu world and crush negativity into the mat.
These are the most common mistakes I see in fighters' strength training plans, and my suggestions for fixing them.
Improve your strength and balance by adding some guard-opening specific exercises to your training program.
From finding the calm in chaos to learning how to roll with the punches, martial arts will make you a stronger person.
Coach Valerie Worthington opens up about about making the scary leap to follow her BJJ dreams, coaching others, and the beauty of emotion.
Having a healthy relationship between your training on and off the mat will keep you strong.
Qigong is an ancient practice that has tremendous benefit for the modern athlete.
Tapering before a tournament is the most important and difficult phase of training. But it doesn’t have to be a mystery.
This plan delivers amazing results in terms of fat loss, conditioning, and muscle development - but it is not for the faint of heart.
Artemis Scantalides is one of nine women in the world to complete the Iron Maiden Challenge. And that's not even the bravest thing she's done.