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All you need to be in shape is your body, a bar, and gravity.
The tool matters far less than the tribe you build around it.
The difference between who you are and who you want to be is the action you take every day to become the latter.
We won’t turn the tide in America’s fight with obesity until we give people of all ages the tools to manage their own health and fitness.
The more we ignore our nature, the worse we can expect things to get. Welcome to the first installment of our newest podcast with Coach Shane Trotter
We talk to the creators of The Motivation Factor, a documentary about how a groundbreaking PE program inspired a persident to create similar programs in 4,000 schools across the United States.
How do you run two thousand miles in a hundred days? By running each of them one at a time.
There is always more to learn about how to get the most from your mind and body.
It's time for professional track athletes to be paid for what they do.
Perfect macro meals can include more than plain chicken breast and rice.
Tim Anderson uses simple, approachable movements based on the fundamentals of childhood development to restore the body to its original, strong state.
Dr. Fergus Connolly, Performance Director for Michigan Football, is here to tell you why our obsession with the numbers game is entirely misplaced.
Those heavy things aren't going to lift themselves
It’s more important to learn how your body works, than your smartwatch.
The way we've been taught to run is at odds with the natural function of our anatomy.
Most people don’t need expensive equipment and complicated programming to reach their goals.
Dr. Andy Galpin talks about his book Unplugged: Evolve from Technology to Upgrade Your Fitness, Performance, and Consciousness.