reviews

Mark McClusky's book, "Faster, Higher, Stronger," is full of good science and great stories.
Between his book, "Free+Style," and his new seminar, Paoli has a lot to offer athletes.
Mountain America jerky is handmade in small batches and guaranteed to be fresh.
Formula O2 has a subtle flavor as well as a good dose of caffeine and electrolytes.
The Swopper Muvman chair keeps you moving, even while seated.
"The Running Revolution" is a great resource on running form and self-assessment.
Oatmega is the best tasting bar I’ve ever had. It's also a company committed to a greater good.
With these products, you won't have to worry about tangled wires or spotty sound quality.
These massage tools are two of my favorite products for alleviating stress in the neck, back, and legs.
Time to ditch the chest heart rate strap. It's the era of the fitness band, and this is a good one.
Unlike a lot of natural deodorants I've tried, this one actually wins the war against stink.
This book is a invaluable resource for athletes who don't have access to physical therapy.
If Sigourney Weaver had to choose a pair of leggings to take with her on the Nostromo, this would be the pair.
CrossFit can be full of expensive fads, but these five products are definitely not worth your hard-earned cash.
These shoes were created with functional fitness in mind, and they stand out from other inov-8 products I've tried.
Power Pads provide support and cushioning for strength training and sports that take a toll on your hands.
This is a wonderful gi to roll in, with custom embroidery and plenty of room to move around.
Wonder what would happen if two mobility experts created a training kit? Here's your answer.